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September 28, 2023

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AAENP Inaugural Awards Program

AAENP invites nominations for the annual AAENP Awards Program to recognize outstanding nurse practitioners providing emergency care. These prestigious awards are designed to celebrate the hard work, dedication, and innovation of those who have made significant contributions to the field of emergency care.

Awards recognizing efforts in Leadership, Advocacy, Community Engagement, Practice, Research, & Student Excellence are available. Candidates must be AAENP members and have made significant contributions to the field of emergency care. Additional award details are found on the application.

To apply, please complete the online application form by October 13, 2023. The award recipient will be recognized at the EmergNP24 conference in Utah!  Don't miss out on this opportunity for recognition of NP achievements in emergency care.



EmergNP 2024 Conference – Change in venue

AAENP is thrilled to announce that the preparations for EmergNP 2024 are in full swing. Mark your calendars to join with ENPs from across the country March 15-17, 2024 in Utah! Due to the growth of this conference, the location has shifted from Provo to Salt Lake City. The event will be held in the Hilton Salt Lake City Center. It will now be even easier to join with colleagues from across the country to learn new procedural skills and management strategies, network with vendors and enjoy a respite from your clinical shifts! 


Whether you're a seasoned ENP or new to the role, this conference promises to deliver valuable insights, knowledge, and networking opportunities. Be watching for the conference agenda & registration coming soon at 


Did you miss the Join AAENP & ThriveAP Panel Discussion exploring Strategies to Leverage NPs in Emergency Medicine?

An on-demand webinar exploring strategies to maximize efficiencies in the ER to promote system sustainability is now available. Register at THIS LINK to explore strategies supporting NPs in emergency medicine.    

Guest Editorial: Exposing Research Misconduct and Data Misrepresentation Targeting Nurse Practitioners in Emergency Care

Dissemination of research findings is essential to the scientific process and helps fill knowledge gaps, inform future research, and change clinical practice. To support the translation of research into practice...



AAENP has worked with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) to develop and launch new tools and resources to enhance readiness among emergency NPs to identify and treat obstetric emergencies that occur during pregnancy, during delivery, and up to 12 months postpartum. Please note that more than half of pregnancy-related deaths happen seven days to 12 months after pregnancy ends. New materials include algorithms for acute hypertension, eclampsia, and peripartum cardiovascular disease and English and Spanish versions of a patient-facing sign requesting that patients disclose pregnancy status. As an emergency NP, you play a critical role in identifying and treating a potentially life-threatening condition when a pregnant or postpartum patient presents to your emergency department. Learn more and use these tools and resources today.   


As part of our mission to promote high quality, evidence-based practice for emergency care practitioners, AAENP recently launched a new online community for emergency professionals: Emergency Care Today.   

WHAT IS IT? Emergency Care Today is a weekly newsletter and website, produced by AAENP and Aggregage. It curates valuable and relevant articles, research studies, and thought-leadership blogs from hundreds of leading sources.

WHY SHOULD YOU CHECK IT OUT? You’re busy. Emergency Care Today brings articles & studies on the topics that matter to you straight to your inbox. Thanks to machine learning and artificial intelligence, each reader gets a customized experience.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO? Visit Emergency Care Today to sign up and receive your custom newsletter.


In partnership with our colleagues at the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) an with AKH Inc (Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare), our members have access to a new opportunity to help DEA-licensed healthcare practitioners satisfy the eight-hour training requirement on the treatment and management of opioid or other substance use disorders mandated by the Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act.

These CE accredited webinar-based activities can be purchased individually or as a 4-activity package (a $40 savings). Each activity is accredited and has its own Continuing Education certificate. When packaged together, the 4 activities award 8.50 credits, more than the requirement needed to maintain DEA licensure. All content is on-demand so learners can access at their convenience. 

The education does not have to occur in one session–it can be cumulative across multiple sessions. CE activities listed on this page can be taken in any combination to fulfill the eight-hour requirement. Please see detailed information on CE options for these activities here

A Fourth of U.S. Health Visits Now Delivered by Non-physicians

The proportion of health care visits delivered by nurse practitioners and physician assistants in the U.S. is increasing rapidly and now accounts for a quarter of all health care visits, according to a study published...



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