when a NAPNAP task force created Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners to unite nurse practitioner efforts;
Many of these past members of NAPNAP joined other advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, and health care stakeholders to move legislation forward at critically needed times in Oklahoma's history Not everyone remembers or was even born
Representing more than 7,500 healthcare practitioners nationwide with active chapters in 48 states, NAPNAP
has been actively advocating for children's health since 1973.
DDA ensured that the design of the platform matched perfectly with the existing NAPNAP
website prior to integrating the synchronized media player.
We are delighted to be acknowledged by the American Academy of Nursing for our campaign to provide the best information for parents of school age children at the point of careCowhen the parent and child are most ready to receive relevant information about healthy habitsCoin primary care and other settings that children receive health care information and education," says Karen Kelly Thomas, Executive Director of NAPNAP.
Kids Health Matters is packed full of articles on topics that NAPNAP feels are important to children's health, such as healthy eating, snacking and exercise, tending to common childhood concerns, such as allergies and asthma, and promoting mental health and looking for signs that a child may not be physically or mentally well.
NAPNAP intends to reach millions more parents in 2007Coand many years to comeCothrough this program.
Over the past several weeks, NAPNAP
has worked hard along with our other nurse practitioner colleague organizations to find positions of balance where the Addendum to the Joint principles of the Patient-Centered Medical Home could meet the needs of the members of the AAP.
Research funding support was obtained from a NRSA Fellowship F 31 NR009443-01; NAPNAP
Foundation for Pilot Study Work; Columbia University-Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association Scholarship.
She has served on the Board of Directors, is an active member of the Professional Nurses Association of Suffolk County, and currently serves as the president for Nassau-Suffolk County chapter of NAPNAP
The publication will be available on the websites of ANA, SPN, and NAPNAP
following its public release in April at the two organizations' professional conferences.
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