Partner with the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN), which is committed to the advancement of neuroscience nursing as a specialty through the development and support of nurses to promote excellence in patient care.
The AANN membership possesses unparalleled expertise in the care of neuroscience patients.
Industry Relations Council
The AANN Industry Relations Council (IRC) is available to organizations that support the goals and mission of AANN. Our partnership can assure that AANN is poised to quickly disseminate information about breakthroughs in neuroscience, about new technology, and about applying new research to practice, meeting the needs of advanced practice neuroscience nurses for timely and useful information. See our current IRC members.
Partnership in the IRC is for 1 year. It is a nonvoting partnership with benefits extended to a single corporate-designated representative. The IRC program features tiered participation levels to allow companies of all sizes to enhance their engagement with AANN. Partnership is available at a corporate ($3,000) or executive ($12,500) level.
Benefits of IRC participation include
- a 1-hour meeting between company representatives and a select group of AANN Board members and staff to discuss topics of mutual interest
- a chance to survey the AANN Membership
- an opportunity to send an e-blast to AANN members (sent by AANN on your behalf)
- recognition throughout the year on the AANN website, on signage at the Annual Educational Meeting, and in the program guide, which is distributed to all meeting attendees.
For more details about IRC benefits and what each sponsorship level grants you, download our grid of IRC partner benefits.
Support a Grant
AANN works closely with the Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation (AMWF), founded with a generous bequeath from Agnes Marshall Walker, a cofounder of AANN. Every dollar donated to AMWF directly funds grants to help support neuroscience nursing professionals. AMWF raises funds through the contributions of individuals and organizations such as yours, who generously support the field of neuroscience nursing. Learn more at AMWF.org.
Clinical Practice Guideline Series
The aim of the AANN Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) series is to provide an overview on caring for a specific patient population as well as to provide nurses with a tool that will assist them in delivering the optimum quality-focused patient care. AANN CPGs are created with the support of educational grants. If you’d like to support an AANN CPG or have a topic of interest in mind, contact Mary Paulson, national sales manager, at 847.375.4803 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.