NPASS is the National Perinatal Association's Student Society
NPA is the only interdisciplinary organization for perinatal professionals. We bring together passionate people from diverse disciplines in perinatal care to share, listen, and learn from each other.
Are you a student or trainee? We have a special offer for you.
Because we're committed to growing a strong, diverse community of perinatal caregivers and advocates, NPA offers you discounted membership and conference registration.
NPASS welcomes students from all disciplines, whether they are involved healthcare, psychology, social work, health policy, or any other field related to perinatal health.
NPASS is the first ever student organizational branch of the National Perinatal Association. It brings a unique blend of interdisciplinary education, scholarship, advocacy, and service to your academic community.
Like its parent organization, NPASS is dedicated to promoting the most recent evidence-based practices and advocating for our patients and their families in the modern healthcare environment.
NPASS Policy Recommendation: TX HB253
National Perinatal Association Student Society Supports a Plan to Address Postpartum Depression
"Postpartum depression is a prevalent and serious medical condition. Although there are effective screening and treatment options available, many providers still fail to be properly screen, identify, and/or treat patients with postpartum depression. As a result, these patients and their families suffer serious medical and personal consequences. If we can increase screening and treatment for postpartum depression, we can alleviate a great burden borne by the people of Texas."
NPASS Policy Recommendation: TX HB241
National Perinatal Association Student Society Calls for Increased Postpartum Medicaid Eligibility
"The postpartum period leaves women vulnerable to a variety of health problems which can have lasting effects for both mother and infant. It is vital that women have access to healthcare during this vulnerable period."
NPASS chapters support emerging leaders, create mentorship opportunities, and promote interdisciplinary collaboration as a means of improving perinatal care communities.