NPA members are a talented and diverse community of parents and providers.
We know that complicated problems require interdisciplinary solutions.
So at NPA every voice is heard, respected, and valued.
Because of this interdisciplinary approach, the NPA is the only membership organization of its kind.
It is a place where you can learn from your colleagues from other disciplines and
share your own professional insights.
It is a place to grow professionally. And both mentor and be mentored.
Whether you are a parent, provider, caregiver, educator, or advocate
there are membership opportunities for you.
INTERDISCIPLINARY GUIDELINES and
We invite you to join us in Aurora, Colorado on
May 2 - 4, 2022 for our annual conference.
This year's theme is Perinatology at the Intersection of Health Equity and Social Justice.
Best Milk: Optimal Infant Feeding (birth - 2 years) under development
In the NICU, Parents Are Essential Caregivers Too Consensus Statement on Family-Presence in NICUs published with the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN) nann.org and the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) awhonn.org FREE DOWNLOAD