Special Interest Groups

hispanic teenagerNAPNAP Special Interest Groups (SIGs) allow members to share common interests in an organized, formal manner. As resources for the NAPNAP Executive Board and general membership, these groups provide expertise for projects such as the development of Position Statements or educational materials; act as Task Force members; or serve as liaisons to other organizations.

These groups are led by chairpersons and operate under the direction of NAPNAP's Clinical Practice Chairperson. NAPNAP's current roster of SIGs includes:

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

Read the first edition of the SIG Newsletter, highlighting the 20-year anniversaries of the Child Care, Immunization and School-Based Health Services SIGs.

Within the SIG descriptions for each of these groups are relevant articles found in the Journal of Pediatric Health Care. For more information about the references cited, please visit JPHC online.