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Southeast Texas Nurse Practitioners

TNP membership

Posted almost 4 years ago by Jennifer Brennan

Southeast Texas Nurse Practitioners would like to encourage all our members and followers to also become members of Texas Nurse Practitioners. Here is a link to to their page for membership:

http://www.texasnp.org/?page=A4

Membership Provides

Educational Opportunities:

Fall and Spring conferences that provide type I continuing education and pharmacological credits.

Financial Rewards:

Reduced rates for conferences, accidental death coverage, local affiliate rebate for mutual members and reduced rate for AANP membership.

Resource:

Co-publisher of the APRN Guide for Practice, sample Prescriptive Authority Agreement, "members only" website and quarterly newsletter.

Legislative/Public Policy:

Texas Nurse Practitioners and our lobby team places high priority in supporting the profession at the state level. Legislative updates are continually provided through networking with Texas Nurse Practitioners. Representation instate and national arenas for legislation and practice issues (CNAP, AANP, TNA,  Board of Nursing Committee on Advanced Practice).

Leadership Opportunities:

TNP Members are eligible to participate in our Preceptor Program as well as on TNP Committees, Task forces and Board.

Other Benefits:

Product discounts on Medelita lab coats, APRN Practice Guide, Sample Precriptive Authority Agreement, Fitzgerald Health Education Associates, University Federal Credit Union mortgage benefit and many more.

Charitable Foundation:

Texas Nurse Practitioner Foundation: TNPF was organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes. Scholarships/grants from donations may be awarded to the following: Registered nurses pursuing further education to become nurse practitioners. Nurse Practitioners pursuing an advanced degree. Nurse Practitioners proposing or engaged in research which is relevant to advanced nursing practice.Community projects promoting and improving access to health care for all Texans. Click here to go to the Foundation's page.