One-year term began July 1, Rajashree Koppolu moves into immediate past president role.
Authors interviewed teens with type 1 diabetes, ADHD, cystic fibrosis and others.
NAPNAP strongly urges policy makers and educators to prioritize plans that allow children to safely return to school in-person for the coming school year.
Protecting the health, well-being and civil rights of all children and adolescents remains a top concern for our association.
The USDHHS announced that Medicaid/CHIP-dependent providers experiencing lost revenues or increased expenses due to COVID-19 are eligible to receive payments from the Provider Relief Fund.
We urge President Trump to reconsider his decision to withdraw from this organization that is so important to the health and wellbeing of all infants, children and adolescents.
Children deserve a community absent of discrimination, cognizant of individuality and supportive of resilience development.
Providers should report suspected cases to local and state public health authorities so that we may better characterize the unknowns of this condition.
The overview was published in the May/June 2020 issue of Journal of Pediatric Health Care.
A new research report entitled Teen Knowledge of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children reveals a gap between teen’s awareness versus their understanding of CSEC.
Our focus is working with children and their families to ensure all children are able to grow and develop.
CDC recognizes what members have seen in practice - children are not being fully immunized during pandemic. Read our statement for recommendations on safe immunization practices and outreach.
Focusing on patient needs to provide safe acute care.
Many governors across the U.S. are recognizing the importance of allowing APRNs to serve without having to adhere to burdensome regulatory barriers that restrict access to care.
Thank you to our team.
Economic stimulus plan includes important healthcare provisions.
With the increase in diagnoses of COVID-19 and so much information being promoted, we have curated the current resources from the CDC, WHO and others on our new coronavirus safety page.
Prior conference-related information.
The plan focuses on core areas that will help NAPNAP continue to grow and build awareness about the significant role that pediatric-focused APRNs play in today’s healthcare system.
At a time when child uninsurance is already on the rise, this guidance makes it even harder to guarantee children can get the care they need.
NAPNAP is one of 30 organizations that oppose the new regulations that overturn protections guaranteed to immigrant children under the Flores Settlement Agreement.
To express concern about what the future holds for the children and families who depend on provisions of the ACA.
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We urge the Administration to finalize and implement its original Sept. 11, 2019, plan.