Join more than 1300 vascular access professionals who will attend the AVA 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN.
This four day meeting, from September 20-23, 2013, will provide you with opportunities to participate in educational sessions, hands-on training, and new product demonstrations, and lots of networking! Our Pre-Meeting sessions will be offered on September 19, 2013.
The AVA Scientific Meeting annually brings together vascular access professionals from all over the world in a unique multi-disciplinary setting to help improve patient outcomes. The AVA meeting strives to define the vascular access specialty, and promote progress and best practice - and AVA attendees value exhibitors as a learning and innovation resource to those ends.
AVA’s Annual Scientific Meeting is the premier meeting for vascular access healthcare professionals.
More than 1,300 vascular access professionals met in San Antonio, Texas to experience the educational and networking opportunities available at AVA’s Annual Scientific Meeting in 2012. Clinical healthcare professionals, industry experts, researchers, and consultants from hospitals, home care, the medical device industry, nursing, and pharmacy as well as consumers were among the attendees.
AVA attendees value exhibitors as a learning and innovation resource just as AVA values the presence and commitment of industry partners like you.
Who Should Exhibit at AVA?
AVA attendees are looking to network with companies like yours who offer products or services in areas such as:
- Vascular Access Devices:
- Guide wires & Introducers
- Vascular Access Catheters
- Kits and Trays for insertion or care
- Site Care:
- Securement Devices
- Prep Solutions
- Home Care
- Ambulatory Infusion Centers
- Alternate Site Infusion Providers
- Pumps/Tubing/Solution Providers
- Radiology Suppliers
- Infection Prevention Products and Solutions
- Teaching Aids
- Hospital Recruitment
The Association for Vascular Access (AVA) is an association of more than healthcare professionals founded in 1985 to promote the emerging vascular access specialty. Today, its multidisciplinary membership advances research, professional and public education to shape practice and enhance patient outcomes, and partners with the device manufacturing community to bring about evidence-based innovations in vascular access.