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Florida Nurse Practitioner Network

THIS WEEK IN REVIEW: The last pre-Session committee week is now over for the 2018 Florida Legislative Session. There are currently 2249 bills filed, with the final bills coming out of bill drafting...

Posted by Regina Pommer

Happy Holidays! We would like to bring you up to date on what’s new in your own backyard of Florida. In this newsletter you will find the following contents: Presidents Message Happy Holidays NP...

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Our country continues to face a serious opioid CRISIS and we wanted to share this article by NY colleague, Dr. Stephen Ferrera who states, it requires a multi-pronged approach to end the abuse....

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Miami-Dade Nurse Practitioners will be received a Proclamation in honor of NP week to presented by the Miami-Dade county Mayor and Commissioner Danielle Levine Cava on 11/21/17. We congratulate our...

Posted by Regina Pommer

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Posted by Arlene Wright

National NP Week 2017 helps us highlight our statewide efforts to improve access and expand health care. With over 20,000 NPs licensed in Florida, NPs. Please share your photos or stories!...

Posted by Regina Pommer

Jessica MacIntyre, President of the Nurse Practitioner Council of Miami-Dade Inc. announced that the Miami-Dade Nurse Practitioners will be receiving a Proclamation in honor of NP week to be...

Posted by Arlene Wright

The role of the nurse practitioner (NP) will be showcased during November 12 - 18, 2017, as NPs across the country celebrate more than 50 years of practice during National NP Week. In the United...

Posted by Arlene Wright

FNPN would like to remember and honor our Veterans on November 11th , 2017. Why do we celebrate November 11th? Veterans day was to honor those lost in the Great War - WWI. Before the treaty of...

Posted by Arlene Wright

The FNPN wishes all Advanced Practice Nurses a happy National NP Week! It is our honor and privilege to serve the Nurse Practitioners of Florida. Each year, one week in November is declared...

Posted by Regina Pommer