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From the Director
By: Terri Schmitt, Executive Director
Gratitude, as defined by Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is the state of being grateful. Then, in all capital letters Merriam-Webster’s notes “THANKFULNESS”. Gratitude sums up how I feel today about being with NPACE and the work the organization has done in the last year. Last month, I had the honor of reviewing all of the ‘give-back’ in free continuing education, faculty seats, and student-centric products that NPACE provided thus far in 2022. This give-back I am thankful for and has enhanced my own NP practice.
This month I am grateful we completed the last of our 2022 conferences in Boston and opened registration for our first two conferences of 2023 in Savannah and Denver. The Boston event was one of the high points of the year for me, where NPACE got to celebrate both Veterans’ Day and NP Week with nurse practitioners from across the nation. We were able to read the Massachusetts governor’s proclamation of NP week with our board of directors President, Karen Windle. Continue reading
2023 Conference Registration
Black Friday Sale
NPACE is back again this year with another spectacular Black Friday sale!
Get 50% off your entire cart at the NPACE Learning Center! With a wide selection of more than 120+ individual courses and 20+ bundles, you can find the exact courses you need. Only on November 25th till 11:59 PM EST!
*Excludes NONPF Bundle
Partners of NPACE
PCEC Free COPD Course
Earn 1.0 CE Credits when you complete this Free CE Course! Available until Nov 30th – Click HERE TO REGISTER
IDD Healthcare Course (Intellectability)
NPACE has partnered with IntellectAbility to bring clinicians the fundamentals of IDD healthcare, providing learners with pertinent, practical information that can be used immediately in their practices to improve outcomes, reduce suffering, and prevent unnecessary death in their patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Use code NPACE22 for $200 off! Register NOW!
Palliative Care: An idea whose time has come
By: Jackie P. Fournier NP, C. ACHPN
hirley lives with her husband and is constantly surrounded by her grandchildren. They give her joy. Despite ebbing energy, she insists on being surrounded by them. Shirley has been living with throat cancer for about a year. She has received all the established cancer treatments including surgery. Shirley can’t talk but she can express her needs, desires, and loves very easily. I am fortunate enough to care for her in outpatient oncology. I am a palliative care nurse practitioner. Read more
CDC Releases 2021 Chronic Disease Statistics
On September 27th, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released data from the Behavioral Risk Surveillance System (BRSS). This database provides critical information on trends about chronic disease and risk factors. Information from over 400,000 participants helps to track diseases and risk factors for development including depression, asthma, cancer, diabetes, and more. Information on the database release can be found here.
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