AERNA articulates its communication strategy on four pillars:
a) Media management, in terms of the dissemination of the update events (conferences, congresses and seminars).
b) Information management, through the six-monthly publication of the AERNA Newsletter that echoes the results derived from the research work carried out by the members and their opinion on current topics, environmental information and new projects. This is expected to create stronger links between the community and the work done by researchers.
c) Management of talent, helping to make both supply and demand in the job market, thus ensuring effective use of human capital.
d) Agreements and sponsorships with the business sector, government and other associations in order to establish links, increasing productive activities and thus contributing to a constant feedback and ensure a more efficient research. This approach is reinforced by the idea that science must also integrate and bring knowledge.