Introducing a New Resource Center for Nurse Practitioners

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Find the resources you need—from addiction medicine to pulmonology and everything in between.

As a nurse practitioner (NP), you know that learning never truly ends. Whether it’s studying to become certified, earning continuing education (CE) credits, keeping up with the latest health care news or receiving updates about your national NP association, there’s always new information relevant to you and your practice.

Now, there’s an additional way to find evidence-based articles, practice guidelines, videos, podcasts and sponsored industry content: the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP) Resource Center. With NP specialties ranging from addiction medicine to pulmonology, and additional practice topics like informatics, telehealth and health policy, it’s a useful resource to help you stay informed.

Explore the JAANP Resource Center

Plus, you can receive notifications when new content is available by signing up for SiteAlerts. Simply note which specialty areas interest you, and you’ll start receiving customized email alerts.

Hands-on Learning at the 2019 AANP Fall Conference

Select from four topical areas and more than 70 sessions and hands-on workshops for diverse, advanced learning opportunities at the 2019 AANP Fall Conference in Las Vegas!

Designed to support in-depth discussion and hands-on learning opportunities, there are six workshops* available October 10­–12, including:

  • Advanced Suturing & Digital Blocks: Taking Your Skills to the Next Level
  • Punch and Shave Biopsies
  • Urgent Care Procedures Skills

In addition, AANP is excited to present a seminar-style workshop on October 13 at no additional charge for conference attendees! As you’re selecting your sessions, search for Stop Child Trafficking in Your Community: Become an ACT Advocate and register to join this important discussion and to discover ways you can make a difference.

Register Today

*Workshops are subject to an additional fee of $125 each, except for F19.4.012 Stop Child Trafficking in Your Community: Become an ACT Advocate, which is offered without an additional fee.