Here at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, we know that our members are experts in pediatrics and advocates for children. With our Child Health Policy Learning Collaborative (CHPLC), members can expand their knowledge about critical issues impacting their practices and profession.
- Oct. 4 – Looking for answers about the new RSV monoclonal antibody and implications for infants and toddlers? During our CHPLC meeting, we will discuss how we can advocate for access in VFC and increase RSV education.
- Nov. 1 – Take a deeper dive with us to discuss best practices in advocating for our transgender patients health care access as more barriers are put into place at the state level.
- Dec. 6 – Join us to learn more about State APRN practice barriers and strategies for effective legislative changes.
- Jan. 3 – Social media impacts users on many levels. Learn more about advocacy efforts related to social media and mental health, and anticipatory guidance for children and teens regarding social media use.
- Feb. 7 – Join us to learn more about gun violence prevention and successful community campaigns promoting gun safety and violence prevention.
- March 6 – Nearly 11 million children face food insecurity and an estimated 9% of our population will have an eating disorder in their lifetime. It’s important for NPs to understand policies that impact childhood nutrition including obesity and food insecurity.
- April 3 – If APRNs do not advocate for their role, who will? Join us to discuss professional advocacy for APRN workforce education, Title VIII funding, and preceptor tax credits.
- May 1 – TBD
Topics subject to change.
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