The AANP CE Center offers a wide variety of free continuing education (CE) activities for members and nonmembers. The activities are updated frequently, and more than a dozen options related to health promotion and wellness are currently available.
Find evidence-based articles, up-to-date guidelines and other resources about nutrition, primary care and more at this resource center, brought to you by the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP).
To increase awareness of the Meningitis B vaccine, AANP developed a colorful seven-inch by five-inch trifold informational tent with a concise review of meningococcal disease, signs/symptoms and prevention through MenACWY and MenB vaccines. This tent can be printed, folded, taped and placed in the waiting room or exam rooms where patients and parents of adolescents will read it to initiate questions and conversations about meningococcal disease prevention with their health care provider.
This two-page handout provides a summary of HPV and HPV-related cancers for patients to educate them about who should receive the HPV vaccination and when. It also offers a list of sources for reliable vaccination information. This handout can be printed and placed in waiting and exam rooms or provided to patients so that they, and parents of adolescent patients, will be encouraged to discuss HPV prevention with their health care provider.
Conveniently Curated Information from Other Top Sources
There are many resources available for both patients and providers. Some are listed below for your convenience. Inclusion of these links does not imply AANP endorsement.
Adolescent Vaccination: Provides resources and professional tools highlighting the importance of vaccination to protect U.S. adolescents from vaccine-preventable diseases and supporting a comprehensive approach to improving vaccination rates. Information is available for the general public, health care professionals and media.
Adult Vaccination: Provides information on the impact of infectious diseases on adults and vaccines available to provide protection. Resources include disease-specific background sheets and health care professionals practice toolkits. Select materials are available in Spanish. Information is available for the general public, health care professionals and media.