ANNA collects email addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers and other contact information from members and others with whom it does business. On the website, we collect aggregate and/or individual information on pages visited as well as user information provided as part of specific online activities or processes (including but not limited to: account registrations, membership applications, conference registrations, product orders, email newsletter subscriptions, contact/information requests, events, links and job submissions). Cookies will only be used as either a means of persistent authentication or to provide a mechanism to connect user data during a site visit or visits.
The information we collect is used by ANNA to: improve benefits and offerings (including the website), customize the experience of our site for each individual visitor, and/or to relay important updates regarding the association and its activities for informational or marketing purposes. If you are an ANNA member, we may also share the information with other reputable organizations for marketing purposes.
If you do not want to receive email from us in the future, please let us know by Editing your User Account or by calling, emailing, or writing the National Office.
We do not make phone numbers or email addresses available to any third-party sites, companies, or organizations; and we do not make non-member postal addresses available to any third-party sites, companies or organizations.
Social Media/Third Party Information
Information posted on ANNA social media sites should not be considered medical advice and should not replace a consultation with a health care professional.
Care has been taken to confirm the accuracy and relevance of information presented on social media sites, the ANNA website, and email broadcasts at the time of publication or posting. However, constant changes in information resulting from continuing research and clinical experience, reasonable differences in opinions among health care professionals, unique aspects of individual situations, and the possibility of human error require you to exercise individual judgment when making a clinical decision. ANNA is not responsible for changes and updates made to these third party sites after posting. Third party content may also be moved to a new url or removed from the site, and may not always be available. If you have concerns with any content shared or posted, please contact ANNA at firstname.lastname@example.org.