Courses and Conferences

ATHNA shares this list for information purposes only and does not endorse any of the programs. Nurses will want to contact the conference organizers directly for all details and relevance to their professional educational needs. Members are encouraged to inform us of other programs for posting on this website.



ASTMH 2023 Annual Meeting “From Evidence to Action”
October 18-22 Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

Early-Bird Registration Rates Through September 21

Registration for two in-person only pre-meeting courses: Fever in the Tropics and Effectively Communicating in Global Health @


APHA Annual Meeting and Expo
November 11-15 Georgia World Conference Center, Atlanta, GA, USA

In-person, group, and virtual registrations available

The Westchester Course in Travel Health Fundamentals with 2023 Updates

8 session ANCC accredited Zoom course starting November 7. This course is suitable for new providers and clinicians seeking an update. Participants must have a personal email that can accept large files, as slide sets will be shared with attendees. Course size is strictly limited. This session will run on Tuesdays and Wednesdays on the following dates from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Pacific Time: November 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 27, 28. For more information, and to register by October 30, contact



9th Northern European Conference on Travel Medicine (NECTM9)
May 22-24 Copenhagen For more information:

Ongoing Programs

University of Illinois-Chicago College of Pharmacy

Free continuing education (CE) UIC received an FDA REMS grant to provide accredited CE to healthcare professionals on opioid safety. We use a unique academic detailing style to deliver the CE, which consists of a 15 to 20 minute one-on-one virtual session which is focused, easily digestible, and tailored to the individual.
Some topics include:

  • Opioid Prescribing for Non-Cancer Pain – CDC Guideline Overview
  • Chronic Pain Management – A Guide to Opioid Alternatives
  • Preventing Opioid Misuse and Abuse – A Guide to Opioid Use Disorder and Tapering Opioid

For more information: