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NAPNAPNational Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners
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Ia works with her colleagues to ensure patients and families are provided with care that is aligned with the AAP and NAPNAP medical home principles.
Furthermore, SPN and NAPNAP actively promote research and evidence-based practice.
The contribution of NAPNAP membership in Oklahoma is best told with an historical recounting There was a time.
As president-elect, Haut will be working closely with the current president in preparation for leading the executive committee and teaming with NAPNAP's chief executive officer to represent the Association on pediatric initiatives, policies, and practices once she assumes the presidency.
NAPNAP provided the two nurse practitioners featured in the videos, while DDA sourced the cast of ADHD patients from the DDA Actors' Network.
She has volunteered for different nursing organizations in a variety of positions, and has been an active member and leader of NAPNAP's Maryland Chesapeake Chapter since 1996, serving as president in 2006-2007.
The participants of this inaugural meeting included representatives from UAPRN, Georgia chapter of NAPNAP and ACNM, GANA and the APRN committee of the BON.
Southampton, PA, February 15, 2013 --( Dynamic Digital Advertising is excited to announce the completion of an innovative new eLearning platform, the NAPNAP Immunization Discussions for Providers.
ONA and advance practice nurses' organization such as ONP, OANA, OACNS and NAPNAP have advocated for legislation that would provide advanced practice nurses with prescriptive authority, maintain their independent practices, and provided the maintenance of education standards to protect our patients.
Acronyms or titles used for suggested leadership of specific strategies: AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics; ASHA - American School Health Association; Center - National Center for School Health Nursing at the American Nurses Association; Coalition - National Nursing Coalition for School Health; NAPNAP - National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners; NASN - National Association of School Nurses; NASBHC - National Assembly of School Based Health Centers; NASSNC - National Association of State School Nurse Consultants; NEA - National Education Association; and OSH - Office of School Health at the University of Colorado Health Science Center.
In the pediatric setting, nurses must abide by ANA's Code of Ethics for Nurses as well as the Scope and Standards for Pediatric Nursing Practice (ANA, 2008; NAPNAP, SPN, & ANA, 2008).