The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
The leader in quality nurse practitioner education
The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) is
the only organization specifically devoted to promoting high quality nurse
practitioner (NP) education at the national and international levels.
Starting in 1974 as a small group of educators meeting to develop the
first NP curriculum guidelines, NONPF has evolved as the leading
organization for NP faculty sharing the commitment of excellence in NP
education. Today, the organization represents a global network of NP
NONPF recognizes that NPs provide a significant amount of care and that the education of NPs must be strong, relevant and innovative. To this end, NONPF has continually provided support to educators through establishing competencies, methods of evaluation and by working with partner organizations to achieve excellence in NP education. In addition, NONPF has worked on behalf of members to review, analyze and influence policy decisions that impact NP education and practice.
We welcome you to explore our many resources and if you are not already a member, to become a member of NONPF.
| NEWS AND EVENTS
Registration for the 43rd Annual Conference is now open.
Please visit the conference page for all of your need-to-know information; including information on the host hotel, how to make room reservations, and travel options to DC.
Download the conference app to view the detailed schedule and speaker bios.
The Conference Brochure is now available.
Do you know an Outstanding Researcher or a Rising Star?
NONPF is now accepting nominations for the Annual Recognition Awards. Please visit the Annual Awards page for more information.
Nominations have been extended until close of business 2/17/17.
Recent Documents (also in the Education Section):
2016 5th Edition of the Criteria for Evaluation of Nurse Practitioner Programs
Adult-Gerontology Acute Care and Primary Care NP Competencies
NONPF Faculty Practice Toolkit
NONPF Business Plan Template
Transitioning to a Seamless, Integrated DNP NP Curriculum
Voting is now open/ for the 2017/2018 NONPF Board of Directors. Be a part of the democratic process. Help select NONPF's new Board.
All Individual and Program members are eligible to vote.
Please review the Slate of Candidates before casting your vote.
Voting closes on Feb. 28th. Winners will be announced at the 43rd Annual Meeting in April.
Faculty Resources: A variety of tools and materials to support the faculty role. See the resources page for Members only.
HRSA has many resources available. Click this link HRSA information and a menu of information will be available to select for the most up to date information from HRSA.
AHRQ offers continuing education modules on a range of topics. These topics can be found on the AHRQ link.
Let your alumni know that the NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Program is accepting applications until February 23rd, This program supports registered nurses (RNs), advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), and nurse faculty by paying up to 85% of their unpaid nursing education debt. Click on NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Program.
NPHF Awards Available
The Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation announced the 2017 "Promoting Heart Health Across the Lifespan" award program offered in partnership with Astellas offering five (5) awards of $4000 each to NP or DNP students, faculty or practicing NPs. The deadline to apply is February 17, 2017.
Go to: https:// www.nphealthcarefoundation.org/scholarships-awards-fellowships/heart-health for further information.
Update on Policy and News
The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has issue briefs about legislative proposals to replace the ACA. The current brief analyzes the Bill Rep. Tom Price, the nominee for Secretary of HHS. Click on KFF Policy Brief to see the brief.
Proposed legislation to replace the ACA have potentially significant implications for Medicare. The KFF has also done a side-by-side comparison of the bills impact. Click here to access the Medicare impact.
US News and World Report has ranked nurse practitioner as #2 best job as well as best job in health care. Dentistry was #1 and physician assistant was #3. This will likely increase interest in being an NP.
Gallup Poll reported for 2017 that nurses were again rated the highest of any profession for honesty and ethical standards. Gallup included nurses in their survey in 1999 and have been highest on the list since then (17 of 18 years) with the exception of firefighters being rated the highest following 9-11 with nurses 2nd that year.
|The NONPF Bylaws have recently been updated. Thank you to the Bylaws Committee and the members for taking part of the review process.
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NONPF Board of Directors
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NP Competencies (core and population-focused)
Curriculum (DNP templates and toolkit, population health framework, oral health toolkit, and more)
APRN Consensus Model
NONPF Statements & Papers (including focus on DNP)
Faculty Practice & other Faculty Resources - (login)
The gateway to resources and links for NP preceptors
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Access NONPF publications in the online store