One-year term began July 1. Former president Tresa Zielinski steps into immediate past president role.
Calls upon the Administration to focus on the physical and mental health, safety and security needs of the vulnerable children involved.
Call for strengthening laws that will significantly and permanently reduce the number of deaths, injuries and negative effects caused by gun injuries in our families and communities.
New Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan addresses e-cigarettes and other products.
Valentine’s Day, a day usually associated with kindness and affection, ended in tragedy at Marjory Stoneman High School in Parkland, Fla.
Congratulations on reaching an important bipartisan agreement
NAPNAP is pleased to recognize Felicia K. Taylor, MBA, CAE, for earning her CAE credential.
NAPNAP Partners for Vulnerable Youth seeks to end labor, sex trafficking of youth with education and awareness.
Providing six years of coverage
Articles about NPs are out of touch with both current research and the realities of health care delivery today.
Congress must act immediately to pass the bipartisan long-term CHIP reauthorization before this delay causes real harm to children’s health care.
It is time to embrace the fact that APRNs and physicians can co-exist as equal colleagues with their own scopes of practice.
The administration’s actions make it all the more urgent for Congress to quickly pass a bipartisan long-term CHIP funding agreement that protects children’s coverage.
NAPNAP urges Congress to fund children’s health coverage for 9 million kids.
Calls for immediate CHIP extension.
NAPNAP joins health care partners to share information about 2017-18 influenza season and vaccine.
Legislation could undermine coverage for more than 37 million children covered by CHIP and Medicaid.
The first step to reauthorizing CHIP funding.
We encourage everyone to contribute to recovery efforts.
The NAPNAP leadership and staff are deeply concerned for the children affected by this disaster and our members and their families and friends in the area.
Decision to halt current efforts that would have resulted in higher premiums and the loss of coverage for millions of children and families.
These policies remain inconsistent with NAPNAP’s objectives of maintaining and increasing historic gains in children’s health coverage.
This legislation fails to take positive steps to strengthen health insurance for children and their families.
Senators urged to work with us to develop a better approach to making health care more accessible and affordable for children and families.
We need a sustainable budget that meets the needs of children and families.