Share your expertise! Special Interest Groups (SIGs) at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) bring together like-minded members to share their ideas, perspectives and resources on particular child health topics. SIGs and their members serve as critical resources for NAPNAP’s Executive Board and fellow members by developing position statements, clinical practice resources and patient educational materials. We rely on SIGs to provide the association with expert guidance on advocacy issues and media inquiries. SIG members are often appointed to serve on national taskforces and act as liaisons with peer organizations, special workgroups and so much more.
As a SIG member, you have the opportunity to work with other dedicated members to raise awareness and increase knowledge about child health issues that are important to you. As an added benefit, you can enhance your leadership and presentation skills when you actively participate in SIG projects.
Our SIGs welcome new members throughout the year. Learn more and join the SIG or SIGs that relate to your focus.
SIG Officers: We support SIG officers with a special resources page to assist with operational tasks and communication with the national office.