Measles outbreak demonstrates the need for trust in healthcare providers
Read our latest statement on dangers to child health and the need for tougher regulations.
Your opinions can guide the association.
Learn how the budget proposal could affect your practice and patients.
NAPNAP and our chapters urged governors to support CHIP in a Congressional inquiry earlier this fall. Learn the results of our efforts.
Join more than 1,500 fellow NAPNAP members and other pediatric healthcare providers at our 2015 annual conference, Advancing Pediatrics: Empowering Today's and Tomorrow's Leader's.
Executive Director Cate Brennan and nine members of the Partnership for Medicaid met today with White House health policy advisors
“Care of Infant Skin” course introduces the calming effects and benefits of infant massage and reviews the functions of skin layers and proper methods for newborn and infant...
Catch Dr. Mary Chesney on Sirius/XM Channel 81.
In light of the first U.S. Ebola death and the report of infection in nurses who cared for him, Dr. Mary Chesney shares her perspectives on an evolving health concern.
Join us in Las Vegas for the 36th Annual Conference on Pediatric Health Care — Advancing Pediatrics: Empowering Today’s and Tomorrow’s Leaders.
Midterm Elections are Tuesday, November 4! Read this President’s Message and share your thoughts on important issues.
Congress is facing a critical decision on protecting health care coverage for America’s children.
Read the President’s Message and share your comments with Mary Chesney today.
Move beyond the immigration debate to focus on physical and mental health, safety and security needs.
Mary Chesney, PhD, RN, CPNP, begins her year-long term as NAPNAP president.
“NAPNAP is representative of the breadth of the Partnership,” said Dennis Barbour, executive director.
NAPNAP Responds to: Nurses Are Not Doctors by Sandeep Jauhar
The NP Roundtable, which includes NAPNAP, has issued a perspective paper on education and post-graduate training.
NAPNAP supports our advanced practice nursing colleagues in Nebraska who have been denied the ability to practice to the full extent of their education and training.
Advanced practice nurses and other primary care providers are suited to identify, screen and manage the mental health of children and adolescents while providing support to their families.