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National Group

Welcome to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners eNP Network group site. This site serves as a flexible and convenient way for us to extend our reach further into the nurse practitioner...

Tennessee State Group

The Tennessee Nurse Practitioner Association (TNNPA) was established in 2014 as a non-profit organization. Since January 2014, the TNNPA continue to make strides in growth for increased visibility...

Arkansas State Group

The Arkansas Nurse Practitioner Association (ANPA) Mission is to unite, support, educate, and enhance the professional identity of Nurse Practitioners in Arkansas, while promoting and advocating...

Iowa State Group

The Iowa Association of Nurse Practitioners (IANP) is a professional organization for advanced registered nurse practitioners who advocate for and deliver health care to children and families in a...

Indiana State Group

The Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana (CAPNI) was formed in 1999 as a grassroots movement, bringing together local Advanced Practice Nurse groups from all over the state of Indiana....

Alabama State Group

The Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama (NPAA) seeks to improve access to safe, high-quality, cost-effective health care for Alabama’s citizens.

Maryland State Group

The mission of MAAPC is to promote the advancement of all advanced practice clinicians and is the only Maryland association that welcomes as members all APNs (NP, CNM, CNS and CRNA) and PAs

Missouri State Group

The Mission of the Association of Missouri Nurse Practitioners is to advance, support, and promote high standards of care delivered by Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, to promote excellence in...

Utah State Group

To promote the NP profession through education, communication, legislation, scholarship, research, and clinical excellence.

Vermont State Group

The VNPA provides opportunities for education, professional growth, development and networking. This includes active input into healthcare policy and collaboration with all healthcare professionals.