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With more than 8,000 members nationwide, NAPNAP is the professional association for pediatric nurse practitioners and other pediatric APRNs, including FNPs who treat children.
Use NAPNAP’s new Advocacy Center to stay up to date on our priority child health and practice legislation.
Geared towards students and those looking to take the next step in their careers, NAPNAP’s Career Resource Guide provides tips for resume writing, interviews, job search strategies and information about the role nurse practitioners.
As a professional organization in its fifth decade, NAPNAP is rich in experience and history when it comes to advanced practice nursing and children’s healthcare.
PedsCE is the continuing education you need, when you need it.
Accidents happen, but many parents might take the opportunity to panic. Pediatricians can help them prepare.
For Contemporary Pediatrics, Dr Bobby Lazzara discusses a practice update published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology regarding egg allergies and administration of the influenza vaccine.
A healthy full-term newborn presented with a prominent sacral dimple within an oval patch. Ultrasound showed no evidence of spinal anomalies, and the child was discharged home. Three days later, the patch became elevated, red, and moist appearing, and she was brought to the emergency department (ED) for further evaluation of the “growing blister.”
Children who view movies with gun violence are more interested in guns and violence than their peers who do not have this exposure, a recent experiment showed.