The quality care you provide to your patients stems from your dedication to treating them as a whole person and not just a disease. Getting to know your patients and their unique health care situations is what sets NPs apart, but it’s also so important to stay up to date with the latest clinical guidelines, regulations, research and evidence-based recommendations.
“When a nurse practitioner sees a patient, they don't see a medical diagnosis or a procedure. They see the whole patient, to include the physical, the mental, the emotional and the social, and they bring it in all together, and truly treat the patient.”
—Brandon L., MSN, FNP-C
Member since 2006
From autoimmune disease to women’s health, AANP has topic-driven resources, education, information and practice tools to help you stay abreast in offering the best possible care for your patients.
AANP members have free access to the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP) and The Journal for Nurse Practitioners (JNP), two online, peer-reviewed publications that offer timely and original articles addressing clinical practice, practice management, health policy, research and education to help you stay current with the clinical and policy concerns affecting your day-to-day practice.
Find videos, podcasts, articles and more — plus sponsored content from industry leaders — at the JAANP Resource Center, where NPs can stay updated and informed!
Presented through a collaboration between the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) and AANP, the Preceptor Expectation Checklist and the Faculty Expectation Checklist offer evidence-based suggestions on preceptorship for AANP members.
Need reliable clinical answers? AANP offers member savings on UpToDate®, DynaMed Plus® and VisualDX®. These clinical reference tools give you fast access to the latest medical findings, current evidence, practical recommendations for patient care and diagnostic decision support — so whatever your clinical question, you can be sure to find the answers you need.