Indiana Chapter of NAPNAP

The Indiana Chapter of NAPNAP serves the geographic area of the state of Indiana. We believe that the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner plays a vital role in the healthcare community, and as such, can definitely impact children's healthcare. The purpose of our chapter is to assist PNPs across the state in improving the quality of health for all children from birth through adolescence.



Upcoming Events

JUL
27
Webinar/Online

Saturday, July 27, 2024 at 12:00pm ET

AUG
01
Webinar/Online

Thursday, August 1, 2024 at 12:00pm ET

AUG
07
Webinar/Online

Wednesday, August 7, 2024 at 6:00pm PT

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Job Opportunities

La Porte, IN · Position at CompHealth

Quick Facts Full Time, Permanent Position- Seeking Someone to Join Their Team! Candidates must have NNP Certification New grads with relevant...

Indianapolis, IN · Position at Advantmed

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Seymour, IN · Position at KPG Provider Services, LLC

Outpatient Facility: Looking for an experienced Addiction Medicine Physician in the Seymour, Indiana area. Below you will find the Position...

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On-Demand CE Activities

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Clinical topics: Acute Heart Failure, Arthritis, Cardiovascular Disease, Dermatologic Disease, Diabetes, Heart, Mental Health, Obesity, Pain, Primary Care, Pharmacology, Psoriasis, Skin Conditions, Skin Disease, Women's Health

Offers 39.0 CME credits (13.5 pharmacology)

Available until August 1, 2025

An online, asynchronous laceration and wound repair course with 20.0 total AAPA and ANCC contact hours, including 10.0 ANCC pharmacology hours (ANCC contact hours are accepted by the AANP).

Clinical topics: Wound Care

Offers 20.0 contact hours (10.0 pharmacology)

Available until December 25, 2024

Diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD), and cardiovascular disease (CVD) coexist in a complex, interrelated relationship.

Clinical topics: Diabetes

Offers 1.0 CME credit

Available until August 22, 2024

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