An exclusive member benefit, NAPNAP Exchange presents hot topics in healthcare written by experts in the field and posted on TeamPeds: Member Network so that you can comment, ask questions or provide feedback. Learn more about each published topics and join in on the conversation today.
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The journey to full practice authority began in response to a changing healthcare landscape at the dawn of the 21st century. There is still much work to be done and you can help make a difference.
Prevention efforts have reduced smoking rates to 15.5 percent of adults over the age of 18, but the popularity and rapid increase in youth use of vaping products threatens to reverse this progress and expose a new generation risk for nicotine addiction and other tobacco related illnesses.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. How can you make your practice more friendly for the patient with autism spectrum disorder?
The LGBTQ community face many unique healthcare needs that we must address. Here are some ways to help make your practice a safe space for these youth.
#NAPNAPConf is next week and we want to make sure you're getting the most out of your conference experience.
NAPNAP's election will take place from March 1-29. Learn more about the candidates and how they will shape out future before you cast your vote.
Despite the availability of a vaccination that can prevent many HPV-related cancers, some parents hesitate or choose not to allow their child to receive the HPV vaccine. As healthcare leaders, it is our responsibility to address the questions and concerns parents have and offer education about the benefits of the HPV vaccine to increase vaccination rates.
Human trafficking is a $32 billion industry in which nearly a quarter of victims are children and occurs in all 50 states and all communities. Are you able to identify a trafficking victim? Learn more about ways to identify a potential victim with tips from NAPNAP Partners for Vulnerable Youth Director Jessica Peck. (Published Jan. 14, 2019)