Monthly Free Session from ANNA Each month, ANNA offers members a free educational program in the ANNA Online Library. ANNA chapters are invited to use these sessions as chapter meetings that offer contact hours through the Online Library. Instructions for Hosting a Free Program for Your Chapter Go to ANNA Online Library Additional Free Educational Opportunities from ANNA The following programs in the ANNA Online Library are available for free to ANNA members: Multispecialty Programs The following programs in the ANNA Online Library are available for free to ANNA members and nonmembers: Acute Kidney Injury (Note: Content is available; contact hours have expired.) Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (Note: Content is available; contact hours have expired.) Hemodialysis Peritoneal Dialysis (Note: Content is available; contact hours have expired.) Bundle of four programs (topics include drug diversion, sepsis recognition, blood pressure guidelines, and stigmatization of increased weight) ANNA National Educational Conferences View Upcoming Programs Webinars & Other Events View Upcoming Programs CE on Wheels Series The CE on Wheels series is a group of sessions that are available at a discounted rate for chapters only. The programs are pre-recorded and available in ANNA’s Online Library. Your chapter can view sessions together and earn contact hours (free for ANNA members, $10 for nonmembers). Go to CE on Wheels programs and instructions Group Access Program Chapter Group Access Event A significant discount is available when your chapter registers five or more people for an upcoming ANNA national meeting. Other Group Access Events ANNA offers a bulk rate for access to ANNA National Symposia and Fall Meeting preconferences (audio recordings, handouts, and contact hour evaluations all available in the Online Library). Click here for more information. Download Group Access form (please review link above before submitting form) American Nephrology Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.