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Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. Announces New Client Partnership with American Cannabis Nurses Association
PITMAN, NJ – Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc. (AJJ), a national health care association management, marketing, communications, and publishing firm, is pleased to announce a new client partnership with the American Cannabis Nurses Association (ACNA).
Under their agreement, AJJ will provide full association management services to ACNA for 5 years, beginning this month. This includes administrative, member, conference management, exhibiting, marketing, publishing, and art and design services.
AJJ is a well-known and respected association management company (AMC) in the health care industry, offering a broad spectrum of services to health care associations for more than 50 years. The company, which is headquartered in Pitman, NJ, is accredited by the Association Management Company (AMC) Institute, the highest recognition an AMC can receive.
Tom Greene has been named by AJJ as ACNA’s account executive and will work with the association’s Board of Directors in fulfilling the organization’s mission and goals, overseeing day-to-day operations, and serving its 1,500 members.
“ACNA members are dedicated to advancing their practice and serving their patients in this growing specialty. They bring valuable expertise to the health care community in the use of cannabis in medicine,” said AJJ Chairman Anthony Jannetti. “We are very honored that ACNA has chosen to partner with our association management company to further develop the membership, educational offerings, and awareness of this nursing specialty. All of us at AJJ are looking forward to working with the leaders, volunteers, and members to serve the organization and achieve success for ACNA as they fulfill their mission.”
"We are extremely excited to welcome the American Cannabis Nurses Association ACNA to Anthony J. Jannetti, Inc.,” said Jack Edelman, AJJ Vice President, Marketing & National Accounts. “ACNA will provide a much-needed resource to the health care community moving forward as they continue their mission to advance excellence in cannabis nursing practice through advocacy, collaboration, education, and policy development."
According to the ACNA website, the association is “dedicated to expanding the knowledge base of endo-cannabinoid therapeutics among nurses.” The association was founded in 2010 by a small group of nurses who recognized the need for a formal organization to support and inform nurses on the expanding use of cannabis in medicine. ACNA applies a holistic approach to patient care, incorporating the aspects of public health and social and legal issues as they relate to clinical nursing practice.
The organization’s mission is “To advance excellence in cannabis nursing practice through advocacy, collaboration, education, research, and policy development.” The ACNA annual Cannabis Care Conference 2021 will be held in Albuquerque, NM, October 17-19, 2021.
“ACNA is thrilled to be partnering with AJJ. As cannabis becomes more widely accepted, nurses will need to be educated and prepared to care for the health care consumer who wants to explore cannabis therapeutics,” ACNA President Eloise Theisen, NP, AGPCNP-BC, said. “AJJ's proven track record with helping other nursing organizations achieve credentialing is exactly what ACNA needs to bring legitimacy to this booming nursing specialty. We look forward to a long and eventful relationship.”
About AJJ, Inc.
Anthony J. Jannetti (AJJ), Inc. is a national health care association management, marketing, communications, and publishing firm with headquarters in Pitman, NJ. AJJ, Inc. has been providing a broad spectrum of services to associations in the health care industry for 50 years. The firm is accredited by the Association Management Company (AMC) Institute, the highest recognition an association management company can receive.