National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) is one of the best pediatric education associations for nurse practitioners in the U.S. Contemporary Pediatrics®, an online platform that focuses on clinical articles, practice management tips for pediatricians and case studies, has recently announced its partnership with the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), one of the leading associations offering pediatric education for nurse practitioners in the U.S. Speaking on the venture, Brian Haug, Executive Vice President, Multimedia Healthcare, said that the company is proud to partner with NAPNAP for the fourth consecutive year. Moreover, both the organizations share the same desire to improve the quality of healthcare for infants. Reportedly, NAPNAP is one of the key national organizations focused on improving healthcare excellence for children, infants and adolescents and consists of industry-leading professionals including renowned authors, national child healthcare experts, famed faculty and working professionals representing many facets of pediatric healthcare services. In addition, the association has over 9,000 members and is the leading professional organization for all pediatric-focused APRNs (advanced-practice registered nurses) and PNPs (pediatric nurse practitioners). According to a statement, Cate Brennan, Executive Director, NAPNAP, said that the monthly articles written by Donna Hallas, Ph.D., FAANP, PMHS, CPNP, PCPNP-BC, showcase the significant contributions pediatric nurse practitioners make to the body of knowledge. She added that the company’s partnership with Contemporary Pediatrics® furthers its commitment towards innovating and respecting the principles of clinical practices with pediatrician and other colleagues. Sources cite that Contemporary Pediatrics® and NAPNAP will collaborate to develop and share exclusive digital content. Additionally, Contemporary Pediatrics is known to be a reliable participant at NAPNAP’s yearly conference, which conducts more than 100 unique sessions besides certification review courses, intensive workshops and poster presentations to engage new graduates, students and experienced practitioners. Moreover, the company’s multimedia platform features summarized guideline updates, relevant clinical and peer-reviewed articles, case studies and sensible practice management tips that pediatricians can apply immediately. For the record, MultiMedia Healthcare, LLC., is a part of Contemporary Pediatrics. Source Credit: