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AANP22 Media Registration Form

2022 AANP National Conference

Members of the media are invited to attend the 2022 AANP National Conference — the nation’s premier educational event for nurse practitioners (NPs) of all specialties. This conference offers more than 355,000 NPs nationwide the opportunity to expand their training and earn continuing education credit. Held June 21-26 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, this conference will feature more than 350 sessions and hands-on workshops in a variety of therapeutic areas.

Featured Keynotes

  • Erik Wahl — Opening Keynote Speaker
    Wednesday, June 22, 8:15 a.m.
  • Martin Luther King III — Closing Keynote Speaker
    Saturday, June 25, 3:45 p.m.

Please review the information below and submit the registration form by Monday, June 6.

  • Resources
  • Restricted Sessions

    The following sessions are closed to the media.

    • A Conversation on the Role of Nurse Practitioners in the OR.
    • Addressing Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of the Nurse Practitioner.
    • Advanced Endocrine Care of the Transgender Patient.
    • Advances in Migraine Prevention and Treatment: Nurse Practitioners at the Forefront of Care.
    • Assessment and Treatment of Female Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder.
    • Austere Medicine: How Wilderness Medicine Enhances Health Care and Operational Readiness.
    • Blazing the Networking Trail From Conference Assistants to Elected Officials.
    • CDC New STI Guidelines.
    • Dating and Partner Violence.
    • Do’s and Don’ts of Starting Your APRN-Led Telehealth Practice.
    • Endometriosis: Beyond the Basics.
    • Gun Violence: Challenges and Opportunities. The Impact of Gun Violence Without the Politics.
    • Her Turn! New Market Medications for Female Sexual Health.
    • Hiring, Credentialing and Privileging of Nurse Practitioners as Hospitalists: A National Workforce & Employment Analysis.
    • House Calls: The Key to Transforming Your Career and Health Care.
    • Hypogonadism in Men: An Evidence-Based Approach to Assessment and Management.
    • Implicit Bias in Healthcare: Provider's Role in Addressing Healthcare Disparities and Improving Outcomes.
    • Improving Sexual Health Risk Assessment in Primary Care.
    • Is Cystoscopy the Next Step in Your Practice?
    • Is It Your Mate or Is It Your Medication? Medications That Impact Sexuality.
    • It Feels Like a Knife: Evaluating Dyspareunia and Vulvodynia.
    • Item Writing for NP Certification Examinations.
    • Learning from Medical Malpractice Claims Involving Nurse Practitioners to Improve Practice.
    • Leveraging the Voices of NPs to Facilitate Brave Conversations.
    • Male Sexual Dysfunction.
    • Mental Health Strategies for the Primary Care Provider.
    • Military Psychiatry: What Civilian Providers Need to Know.
    • Naval Operational Medicine: How FNPs Perform in Remote Isolated Areas and Enhance Health Care and Operational Readiness.
    • New and Re-emerging Sexually Transmitted Infections: How Do You Manage?
    • Office Gynecology Procedures for Primary Care Providers.
    • Open Payments & Nurse Practitioner Participation in Health Care Transparency.
    • Overview of Malaria, Dengue Fever, Leishmaniasis, Endemic Mycoses and Leptospirosis.
    • PAP Management for OSA: Technology and Trouble-shooting.
    • Pharmacologic Management of Urologic Infections.
    • Reimbursement Policy: Federal Regulatory Updates and New Payment Models.
    • Resolving Threats to Practice with a Grassroots Initiative: Achieving Full Practice Authority within the Consensus Model.
    • Skin Disease Involving the Unmentionables: Dermatoses of the Genitalia.
    • Student Social.
    • The Routine and Challenging GYN Exam: Everything You're Itching to Know.
    • Understanding Pain and the Value in Treatment: Managing Chronic Pelvic and Genital Pain in Men.
    • Uniformed Corps Chiefs Updates.
    • Uniformed Military Services Branch Meeting - Service Specific Issues: Air Force.
    • Uniformed Military Services Branch Meeting - Service Specific Issues: Army.
    • Uniformed Military Services Branch Meeting - Service Specific Issues: Navy.
    • Uniformed Military Services Branch Meeting - Service Specific Issues: USPHS.
    • Using Simulation to Mitigate the Impact of Intimate Partner Violence.
    • Veterans Affairs (VA) Forum.
    • Why Sleep Matters, And Why It's So Hard to Treat.
    • Women's Sexual Health: What Your Patients Want You to Know about the Research, Education & Best Practice: Part 1.
  • Guidelines

    Review the following tips to help you navigate the conference.

    • If preregistered, pick up press badges at the Help Desk located in West AB Lobby. You will have access to conference materials upon registration. Your badge must be visible while at the conference.
    • Walk-ins must provide proof of media credentials before being admitted.
    • The Press Room is in suite B1 of the West Concourse and will be open 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday during the conference.
    • Wi-Fi (AANP22) will be available in the Press Room.
    • Most restricted sessions are listed above. Please honor signs indicating sessions and events that are off-limits to the press.
    • Obtain permission from exhibitors before taking photos or videos of their booths or conducting interviews with anyone staffing the exhibit booths.
    • All COVID-19 guidelines posted on the 2022 AANP National Conference page, including the attestation requirement, apply to media, attendees and guests.
  • Social Media

    Engage with AANP and conference attendees via social media.

    • Use #AANP22 to keep track of the conference conversation and to add your conference articles to the conversation stream.
    • Mention @AANP_News on Twitter and Instagram for reposts and retweets of conference articles and images.
    • Keep up with the latest AANP conference news on Facebook at @AmericanAssociationofNPs.
  • Conference App

    Download the AANP Mobile App to keep conference details at your fingertips.

  • Media Contacts

    For help arranging interviews with AANP spokespeople and other related needs, contact Bryan Black or Mary Ann McClain.


By submitting the following form, I am agreeing to attend the 2022 AANP National Conference in Orlando, Florida, June 21-26, in order to feature conference information in my publication. Please submit the following form by Monday, June 6.

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