AANALearn New Platform FAQ
Why is the AANALearn platform changing?
We are constantly trying to update and streamline AANALearn based on user feedback to provide the best learning experience for CRNAs.
When does the new AANALearn platform go live?
The new platform for AANALearn is scheduled to go live on March 1, 2021. The AANALearn.com site will be unavailable beginning February 21, 2021 through March 1, 2021 while the transition occurs.
How long do I have to complete my courses on AANALearn?
We are asking all users to complete their courses my February 21, 2021. If you do not complete a course prior to the transition, AANA will re-enroll you in eligible courses at no charge. Please note, however, you will need to start the course from the beginning on the new platform.
Courses that will transfer to the new platform (Progess will NOT be saved):
All AANA Journal Courses
APM Modules 1-4
Respiratory Compromise: How Will You Know?
Clinical Preceptor Guidelines (this is also on CKN but on the paid side)
Educator Series (this is also on CKN but on the paid side)
**Jan Stewart Lectures have been moved to CKN and are free to members.
**TAD Talk has been moved to CKN and is free to members.
Courses that will end February 21, 2021:
Celebrating Agatha Hodgins and Her Legacy
Opioid Prescribing Guidelines: A Virtual Environment Gaming Scenario
Pain Management SeriesModule 1: Pain Management Fluoroscopy and Radiation Terminology
Module 2: Pain Management Fluoroscopy, X-ray, and Radiation Fundamentals
Module 3: Pain Management X-ray and Radiation Potential Health Effects
Module 4: Fluoroscopic Spine Anatomy Imaging for Central Neuraxial Injections
Module 5: Pain Management Fluoroscopy Techniques and Safety Issues
*CPC Core Module Users: Your course progress will be saved and carried over into the new platform. However, any in-progress tests will be reset.
How do I access my courses on AANALearn?
To access your courses:
Does this affect the CPC Core Modules I purchased?
Your CPC Core Modules course progress will be saved and carried over into the new platform. However, any in-progress tests will be reset.