SAON is an association advancing the quality of Orthopaedic health care provided to the community and promoting orthopaedic nursing as a specialty.

We have regular meetings for members where the latest developments in Orthopaedic nursing are presented.

Our members represent a diverse range of care settings- including public and private hospitals, Rehabilitation centres, Universities and Country Hospitals.

By joining SAON, you automatically become a member of ANZONA (Australian & New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses Alliance)

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Conference website: www.anzona2021.com


The Australian and New Zealand Orthopaedic Nurses Alliance invites you to the 9th Biennial International ANZONA Conference in Adelaide.

Our international conference is for clinicians involved in Orthopaedics and its diverse sub-specialty areas. Continuing the proud history of hosting this biennial event, the Conference aims to move orthopaedic clinicians forward:

  • Build resilience.
  • Recover and restore by creating a shared experience that fosters collegiality and networking.
  • Offer a programme that allows delegates to listen and learn from each other.
  • Provide delegates with skills and knowledge to adapt to contemporary trends.
  • Present papers with a clinical, research, management, and education focus.

The Conference begins on the evening of Wednesday, 27 October 2021 for the ANZONA AGM and Welcome Drinks at the Adelaide Hilton, to start the conference experience of networking and exchanging ideas.
This central location provides the opportunity for delegates to meet, eat and sleep under one roof. The two day conference will follow on Thursday, October 28 and Friday, October 29, 2021. We hope you will join us for a fun and stimulating conference!

Anita Taylor

Conference Convenor