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American Association of Nurse Practitioners - Data Collection

Whether you’re an academic researcher or a Corporate Council member, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP) has a data collection program that’s right for you. With more than 119,000 AANP members and more than 5,000 national conference attendees, AANP is a great point of access to the NP workforce.

Consider engaging with AANP on your next research project.

Data Collection at National Conference

AANP offers researchers an opportunity to collect data at AANP’s national conference through the Data Collection at National Conference Program. Each year, a limited number of spots are made available to researchers interested in sampling conference attendees. Applications are accepted beginning in February but must be completed by April 15th. Once the number of spots has been filled, AANP will no longer accept additional applicants. Interested researchers are strongly encouraged to submit their applications prior to April 15 for consideration. The number of accepted applications varies each year. The call for proposals for the 2021 AANP National Conference is currently closed.

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NPInfluence

NPInfluence is America’s largest online panel of NPs, with more than 5,000 clinicians practicing in primary care, as well as acute, mental health and other health care specialties. Our panelists’ opinions and experiences shape the future of health care and inform the development of health care products, therapies and public policy nationwide.

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Survey Question Procurement Program

Qualified stakeholders, such as academic researchers and corporations, may purchase space to add tailored questions to AANP's annual surveys through the Survey Question Procurement Program. Selected applicants will receive the results from their individual questions as well as the demographic and practice information of respondents. The call for proposals closed on June 15, 2020.

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