Conference Testimonials

Looking to Learn From Others

Melissa, Elissa, and Rachelle are excited to make new connections at the AONN+ Annual Conference and learn from others’ experiences.

Gathering New Navigation Knowledge

Kamilah Konrad describes how the AONN+ Annual Conference will help her and her team to better serve their patients.

Looking Forward to AONN+ Annual 2016

Having just completed the Nurse Navigator Certification Exam, Amanda Sipes and Jealene Phillips are excited for the conference to begin. Hear why!

Creating a Road Map for Navigators

Debbie Kelly looks toward AONN+ to build a framework on how to improve and promote the disciplines of nurse and patient navigation.

Connect and Learn at an AONN+ Conference

Heather Colebank recommends attending an AONN+ conference to leverage the knowledge that other navigators have gained in the field.

Promoting Professional Development Through AONN+

Judy Owens seized the opportunity to attend the AONN+ Regional Meeting to learn more about navigation in general and to earn CE credits, and she stresses the importance of getting certified.

Connect with Fellow Navigators

AONN+ helps Katie McComey connect with other navigators in her area and learn from navigators who come from institutions all across the country.

Patients Come First

Nicole Delano learned a lot about palliative care at the AONN+ Regional Meeting and plans on implementing that knowledge at her place of work in order to better help patients.

Navigators Are Your Guides

Rita Davenport believes navigators are vital to the cancer care team and explains how navigators helped her after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

A Nurse Can't Do It All

Wendy Vaughn couldn't wait for the AONN+ Annual Conference, so she attended the Regional Meeting to gain information to help her further her role as clinic manager and navigator.