School nurses and emergency responders rush to safe victims at school shooting.
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NAPNAP is pleased to announce the launch of its new online continuing education platform, PedsCESM.
We will always act to ensure the health of children and the integrity of pediatric-focused APRNs.
Under current payment models, NPs are reimbursed only about 85 percent of the rate paid to physicians for providing the exact same services.
To best serve our patients, ensure safety and medication compliance, we must have full prescriptive authority and dispensing privileges.
The film feeds false information, relies on unreliable sources.
Searcy is the 40th president in NAPNAP history.
Healthcare professionals, teachers, parents and others must be supportive of the social and emotional well-being of all children, regardless of their gender expression.
Assault-style weapons and high capacity magazines should be banned.
NPs support grassroots advocacy in Flint crisis.
All pediatric-focused APRNs should practice to the full extent of their education.
NAPNAP released an updated position statement focusing on children in pediatric health care/medical homes.
NAPNAP has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Social Responsibility Award by the New York Society of Association Executives.
NAPNAP responds to AAP News article about APRNs and liability risks.
More than 1,500 pediatric focused APRNs gathered in Atlanta for the 37th National Conference on Pediatric Health Care.
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National Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Week kicks off.
More than 1,400 pediatric-focused APRNs will gather in Atlanta to learn the latest research and practice updates on the Zika virus, improving health through sleep quality, and autism.
NAPNAP responds to latest recommendation on autism spectrum disorder.
NAPNAP and NASN support a call for interprofessional collaboration between pediatric-focused APRNs and school nurses to help meet the medical and academic needs of children with ADHD.
Child health advocacy success on the national level.
NAPNAP is proud to have been at the forefront of this nursing evolution as the first professional society for nurse practitioners.
Pediatric nurse practitioners were there at the beginning and continue to be key, innovative child health leaders. We salute all of our pediatric-focused APRNs!
Congratulations to the newest class of Academy Fellows!