Bio: ANAC is the leading nursing specialty association for nurses working in HIV/AIDS around the world. Mission The mission of the Association is to promote the individual and collective professional development of nurses involved in the delivery of health care to persons infected or affected by HIV and to promote the health and welfare of individuals impacted by HIV. Inherent in these goals is the abiding commitment to the prevention of further HIV infection. Company Overview Founded as a grassroots organization in 1987 when a group of 12 nurses who cared for people living with HIV and AIDS came together, ANAC has grown from an original dozen members to an annual membership of nearly 2,200 nurses worldwide and 43 chapters throughout the United States. For 25 years,ANAC has provided HIV and AIDS nurses with important educational programs and services. ANAC has extensiv...See More Description Professional development, education, advocacy and networking for nurses and other healthcare providers working in HIV prevention, care, treatment, research, education and policy. General Information ANAC is comprised of a dedicated group of nurses, healthcare professionals and others who are committed to HIV/AIDS nursing. ANAC has members around the world. While most of ANAC's members are nurses, many other people who care about HIV nursing are also members. These affiliate members are social workers, pharmacists, physician assistants, lawyers, doctors and many people who simply care about the nurses who care for people with HIV and AIDS.