JOBS JOBS JOBS! We have been hearing for years that the job outlook for nurse practitioners is growing strong. Nursing academia, nurse practitioner magazines, and various nursing websites (biased entities) continue to say the job outlook looks fantastic and we need to increase enrollment to meet the future demands… There will be vast shortages and all these Baby Boomers are going to need primary care… More people are getting health coverage… Blah blah blah…
One answer to our health care crisis: Let nurse practitioners do primary care on their own. One answer to our health care crisis: Let nurse practitioners do primary care on their own.
Formed in 1985 to provide NPs with a unified way to network and advocate for NP issues and was the first national organization created for nurse practitioners of all specialties. As the largest and only full-service national professional membership organization for NPs of all specialties, AANP represents the interests of the more than 135,000 NPs currently practicing in the US.
AOHNP (UK) is the leading organisation dedicated to developing and promoting the professional leadership and practice of Occupational Health.
The California Association for Nurse Practitioners is dedicated to promoting a strong nurse practitioner movement through a statewide communication system, strengthening the image of the nurse practitioner, and supporting legislative action that encourages the development of the nurse practitioner.
With nearly 7,500 members, 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 educational materials to parents and families.
Through the support of the development of instructional skills and scientific investigation in nurse practitioner education, NONPF serves the public interest by assuring the preparation of highly qualified health care professionals.
The mission of the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation is to improve health status and quality of care through nurse practitioner innovations in education, research, health policy, service, and philanthropy.
The American Association of Heart Failure Nurses is a specialty organization dedicated to advancing nursing education, clinical practice and research, to improve heart failure patient outcomes. Heart failure is our exclusive interest and passion. Our goal is to set the standards for heart failure nursing care.
AANA is the professional association representing more than 40,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and student nurse anesthetists nationwide. The AANA promulgates education and practice standards and guidelines, and affords consultation to both private and governmental entities regarding nurse anesthetists and their practice.
The mission of ACNM is to promote the health and well-being of women and infants within their families and communities through the development and support of the profession of midwifery as practiced by certified nurse-midwives, and certified midwives. The philosophy inherent in the profession states that nurse-midwives believe every individual has the right to safe, satisfying health care with respect for human dignity and cultural variations.
The American Psychiatric Nurses Association, APNA, is a professional membership organization of over 6,500 members committed to the specialty practice of psychiatric mental health nursing, health and wellness promotion through identification of mental health issues, prevention of mental health problems, and the care and treatment of persons with psychiatric disorders.
We remain the largest independent pediatric nursing certification organization in the country, with all of our programs recognized by every employer and state board of nursing in the nation. Over 95% of all pediatric nurses who certify choose the PNCB.