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Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN
Opening Keynote, Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Ambulatory Care: Walking the Talk

Dr. Beverly Malone, one of nursing’s most influential voices, President and CEO of the National League for Nursing.

You’ll also want to attend one of the top conference favorites, the interactive Town Hall. We’ll travel through time by going “Back to the Future: Ambulatory Care Nursing at the Core.”

Susan Hasmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN
Town Hall, Friday, May 20, 2022
Ambulatory Care Nursing – A Force for the Future of Nursing

Dr. Susan B. Hassmiller served as the senior scholar in residence and adviser to the president on nursing at the National Academy of Medicine. During the Town Hall, she will explore key takeaways from the report, how the recommendations are aligned with ambulatory care nursing, and how AAACN nurses and their organizations can advance the report recommendations.

Kristy Chunta, PhD, RN
General Session, May 20, 2022

Being a Nurse Leader during the Pandemic: Strategies for Preventing Burnout and Promoting Well-Being

Dr. Kristy Chunta is a professor and coordinator of the PhD in nursing program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Chunta has provided several ANA webinars addressing topics related to up-and-coming nurse leaders and serves as the manager for the ANA’s online faculty community.

Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC
Closing Keynote, May 20, 2022

Go Forward and Do It! Continuing to Develop Professionally with Resilience: What Do I Need to Get There?

Keith is an expert career coach, freelance writer, nurse podcaster, motivational speaker, and award-winning nurse blogger. As a holistic career coach, Keith delivers expertise regarding personal branding; networking; entrepreneurship; resume, LinkedIn, and social media optimization; the job search and interview process; burnout prevention; personal wellness and resiliency; and the building of a dynamic nursing and healthcare career. His platforms reach nurses worldwide, and he can be found at and on social media.

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Two Ways to Attend
  • In-person. Immerse yourself in our warm and welcoming AAACN community. You’ll see many familiar faces and make new connections during a safe and exhilarating conference experience.
  • Virtual. The many perks of attending online are yours – cost-savings, convenience, flexibility. And, you won’t miss any of the expert speakers, stimulating ideas, special events, and networking opportunities.

Tracks to Choose From

  • CCTM
  • Clinical
  • Leadership
  • Telehealth

Many Ways to Learn

  • Expand your knowledge on topics that range from COVID-19 to equitable care, presented by the country’s top nursing leaders.
  • Extend your conference experience by attending the pre-conference session, May 17 and the Certification Review Course on Saturday, May 21, 2022.
  • Attend general and breakout sessions in person or catch up later online in the AAACN Online Library (included with registration.)
  • See the impact your colleagues are having on health care by viewing the ever-popular poster presentations.
  • Connect with exhibitors in person.
  • Ask questions and expand your knowledge during live text chats and in chat lobbies.

We’ve realized the power of our collective voice and the impact of our knowledge on patient care.

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