The 2014 NAPNAP Annual Conference includes:
• Concurrent and General sessions targeted to all audiences
• Over 20 hours of continuing education
• Pharmacology education for prescribing PNPs
• Certification review courses in primary care, acute care and mental health
• Intensive workshops for the advanced practitioner role
• Association events including the Business Meeting and Town Hall
Celebrate the 41st anniversary of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and connect with thousands of pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPS). PNPs are an essential part of the healthcare team, interacting with parents, patients, physicians, and other healthcare professionals on a daily basis. PNPs provide health care to newborns, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults, including ordering diagnostic tests, prescribing medications, giving immunizations, coordinating services, and making referrals to other professionals. PNPs provide education, support and counseling to families and patients. PNPs are in demand due to consumer recognition, acceptance, and satisfaction. As an exhibitor, you will have three days to showcase your products and services to these healthcare providers who spend all their time with children and families. PNPs are in a unique position to assist families in making informed decisions about their healthcare choices.
PNPs are in a position to assist families in making informed decisions about their healthcare choices.
PNPs provide education, support, and counseling to families and patients.
Showcase your products and services to these PNPs.
Opportunity to develop trust and rapport with prospective customers.
Receive valuable feedback on products or services.
Opportunity to purchase pre/post conference attendee mailing lists for mailing pieces pre-approved by NAPNAP.
NAPNAP is the professional association for PNPs and other advanced practice nurses who care for children. Established in 1973, NAPNAP has been actively advocating for children’s health by: providing funding, education, and research opportunities to PNPs; influencing legislation that affects maternal/child health care; and producing and distributing peer-reviewed educational materials to parents and families.