Why Attend

On behalf of the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses (AAHFN), we invite you to attend the 16th Annual Meeting being held June 25 - 27, 2020.

This year’s meeting will take place at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Perfectly placed in Back Bay, Boston Marriott Copley Place offers stylish comfort amid celebrated attractions. Embrace effortless relaxation in our sophisticated hotel accommodations with modern essentials, signature amenities, ergonomic workspace and scenic city views. Indulge in delectable Explore the area's most compelling attractions, including Copley Square, Fenway Park, Symphony Hall and the Prudential Center. Discover designer boutiques, fashion chains, art galleries and patio cafés in Black Bay. Designed for today's traveler, the Boston Marriott Coplay Place is a stylish haven in a vibrant downtown landscape, situated in the heart of the city.

The top five reasons to attend:

1. Connect with nurses from across the continuum of practice at the only national meeting dedicated to HF nursing 

2. Share experiences with colleagues and network with individuals who share your passion

3. Discover new products and services in the HF Marketplace

4. Earn Pharm credits by attending the in-depth pre-meeting Pharmacology Workshop (additional fee applies)

5. Register to take the in person Pen and Paper CHFN exam (additional fees and application required)


     

     

  

 

Statement Regarding Novel Coronavirus

We are closely monitoring the coronavirus outbreak as the health, safety, and well-being of the AAHFN community is our highest priority. AAHFN staff continues to actively assess the situation and distribute further information and updates from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO). 

At this time, there is no plan to cancel or postpone the AAHFN 16th Annual Meeting in Boston, MAAAHFN is tracking all travel restrictions issued by the U.S. Department of State and will follow the advice of the World Health Organization, and the  U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. AAHFN will issue periodic updates as necessary.   

Please contact Caroline Canino at ccanino@aahfn.org for any additional questions.