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Join us in San Diego for high-quality, patient-centered clinical education
sourced by CRNAs for CRNAs. And, find out for yourself why 97% of
2019 attendees said the education met their learning objectives.
The Annual Congress is the place to explore everything a CRNA needs to stay at the top of their practice. Experience hands-on ultrasound and emergency simulation labs, to cutting-edge evidence based education in anesthesia.
LAURA SCHWARTZFormer White House Director of Events Professional Speaker, Author and Television Commentator
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AANA 2019 Highlights
WHAT YOUR PEERS SAY
"I attend AANA Annual Congress as an opportunity to stay current in relevant anesthesia topics. I see this as my professional responsibility to be a lifelong learner. This helps me as a nurse leader, innovative educator, practicing nurse anesthetist and administer of a nurse anesthesia program to know about best practices and cutting-edge research." - Derrick C. Glymph, DNAP, CRNA, COL., USAR
"The AANA’s Annual Congress is a great event to learn about the newest developments in our field, network to develop business and educational relationships and to rejoice with old friends." - Sass Elisha, EdD, CRNA, FAAN
“The AANA Annual Congress is the preeminent conference for cutting-edge educational sessions specifically designed for CRNAs. The opportunity to network with colleagues from across the country, representing all types of practices and educational programs, is a great way to keep current in the profession. I’ve attended 25 Annual meetings since 1993! " – Maria Hirsch, DNAP, CRNA