NAPNAP has issued the following joint statement opposing the American Health Care Act’s (AHCA) drastic changes to Medicaid and their detrimental impact on children and families:
We urge the House to draft legislation that will improve access to affordable, high-quality care for our nation’s children.
Concerned about proposed reduction in funding for nursing education programs.
More than 1,600 PNPs and their fellow pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses will gather March 16-19 in Denver for the 38th National Conference on Pediatric Health Care.
NAPNAP is disappointed in the Trump administration's decision to rescind the guidance on the rights of transgender students to use bathrooms based on the gender with which they identify.
Urge President Trump and Congress to make high-quality, affordable health care access a top reform priority.
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NAPNAP applauds the VA for amending its medical regulations consistent with its statutory authority to enable APRNs to practice to the fullest extent of their education.
The report is the first to focus on the harmful effects and risks of e-cigarettes on our nation’s youth.
What unwelcomed visitor comes around every year, even though most people are unaware of how to avoid it or how serious it can be?
Members can provide support and guidance to children and families in the aftermath of the school bus tragedy in Chattanooga.
NAPNAP has revised its position statement on child maltreatment. This statement was published in the September/October edition of the JPHC.
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.