Join us online for an engaging and accessible education experience!

Tune in for live education during four consecutive Tuesdays beginning July 28, 2020, all half days to better accommodate your work schedules. You'll enjoy the same vibrant programming, inspiring speakers, and welcoming community you've always experienced at AAACN conferences but now you can build your own conference, your way, your schedule.

Ambulatory care nursing is one of the most vibrant and evolving nursing specialties in health care today. For this year’s conference, our AAACN experts thoughtfully curated a program that addresses the many challenges you face. You’ll enjoy top speakers in the industry who will give your relevant, practical information you can use immediately.

What you’ll take home
• Stronger leadership skills and confidence in your abilities.
• Knowledge of best practices being implemented today.
• A broader view of clinical, management, leadership, CCTM, and telehealth practice.
• Awareness of emerging trends and breakthroughs, and how you can use them.

What to Expect
• Access to live sessions and recorded sessions.
• General and breakout sessions on COVID-19 and other topics you need right now.
• Exhibitor Directory – Connect with exhibitors live to support our exhibitors and AAACN!
• Online poster presentations – Access posters and selected recordings on-demand.
• Virtual chat lobbies – Network with your friends and colleagues via live text chat.
• More contact hours than ever!

Featured speakers

Ron Culberson

Shelly Schwedhelm, MSN, RN, NEA-BC

Opening General Session Speaker, Tuesday August 4

COVID19, Ebola, MERS, Measles: Not in My Clinic!

Shelly Schwedhelm is the Executive Director of Emergency Management and Biopreparedness at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. In this session, she will discuss the current infectious disease landscape and what clinical nurses and nurse leaders need to know to be prepared. You’ll leave her session with a deeper understanding of the services and operations critically needed to prepare for the global threat of infectious diseases.

Debra Cox

Debra Cox, MS, RN

Town Hall Facilitator, Tuesday, August 11

Ambulatory Care Is the Future of Nursing: Adapting Patient Care Delivery Models during the Pandemic

Debra Cox is the Nurse Administrator for E-Health at Mayo Clinic. She will lead the year’s Town Hall discussion along with other AAACN volunteer leaders to discuss concerns for ambulatory care nurses about patient care and safety in response to COVID-19.

Ron Culberson

Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP

Keynote Speaker, Tuesday, August 18

If Not Now, When? Being Mindful During Uncertain Times

Ron Culberson is a speaker, author, and humorist whose mission is to change the workplace culture by boosting productivity and staff happiness. His clients include NASA, Johns Hopkins University, and the U.S. Senate. Drawing on his experience as a hospice social worker and leader, Mr. Culberson will discuss how to reduce stress, create better relationships, and embrace the power of humor to enhance the quality of life in your personal and professional life.