The Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association (ANNA), is the peak body for neuroscience nurses, facilitates and fosters the advancement of neuroscience nursing thus enabling optimal patient centred care.

ANNA achieves this through the provision of opportunities to network, access to resources, promotion and support of the neuroscience speciality.

Our main objectives at ANNA include: 

  • Professional Development and Education of Nurses in the specialty.
  • Promotion of the association by the provision of member newsletters, local branch activities and details of activities of interest to Neuroscience nurses worldwide.
  • Promoting interaction with other nurses across the varying regions and disciplines within the specialty.
  • Promoting interaction with other health care professionals with an interest in Neuroscience e.g. Medical and Allied Health colleagues.
  • Promoting communication with the patient and family and liaising with community support groups and associations to provide a framework of support.
Foundation & History About ANNA

Foundation & History

February 17, 2015

The archives of the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association are currently located in the Nursing History Research Unit at the Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery, University of Sydney, NSW.

Member Benefits Membership

Member Benefits

February 17, 2015

Educational, professional and financial opportunities for members including seminars and meetings.