American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
Founded in 1948, the AAN now represents more than 36,000 members and is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered care and enhancing member career satisfaction.
To promote the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care and enhance member career satisfaction.
To be indispensable to our members.
• Demonstrate and assert the value of neurology to policymakers and other major stakeholders.
• Expand the neurology workforce to meet future needs for patient care.
• Ensure the health of the organization by enhancing member satisfaction, well-being and engagement.
• Provide resources to support the financial well-being of the practice of neurology.
• Expand neuroscience training and research funding.
• Educate and assist members in providing high-value clinical care.
• Strengthen advocacy on behalf of members and their patients.
Community - They work together as neurology professionals and Academy staff to accomplish the mission and vision of the Academy and to share our common experience and expertise in belonging to, and serving, the neurology community.
Leadership - They guide, inspire, and empower members, patients, and other stakeholders to make a positive difference in their own lives and the lives of others in the neurology community, and to contribute to the Academy mission.
Integrity - They set and maintain the highest ethical standards for ourselves and our programs, products, and services.
Professionalism - They work collaboratively as a committed team, to share our expertise, and use informed decision-making in service of others to improve the quality of neurologic care.
Respect - They embrace the dignity and uniqueness of every person, being sensitive and empathetic to the needs of others.
Diversity and Equity - They commit to building and sustaining an inclusive organization that respects and values the diversity of our membership, our staff, and the communities they serve, and promotes equity in professional advancement and compensation.