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SNP Scholarship Essay Rubric

We created this Rubric to assist with the application process
Posted by Susan Smith

DNP Scholarship Rubric

We have created this Rubric to assist in the application process
Posted by Susan Smith

Call for Nominations - President Elect and Secretary

Deadline for submission October 17, 2014
Posted by Susan Smith

NPALI Awards Committee Is Looking for Members

NPALI Awards Committee Is Looking for MembersThe Awards Committee will be meeting once in June and once in July for planning of the 2014 NP of the Year Celebration. The June meeting takes about two...
Posted by Susan Smith

June Dinner Meeting at Capacity - Registration Closed

Registration is closed.
Posted by Susan Smith

Last Call for Nominations for NPALI 2014 NP of the Year Award

Nomination letters need to be sent to: Anne Klassert1 Seaview LaneCenter Moriches, NY 11934
Posted by Susan Smith

FT NP Position Nephrology

FT NP private practice Nephrology group on LI, NY. Setting: primarily in-patient hospital and dialysis unit Must be willing to regularly work weekends Competitive salary and benefits Nephrology...
Posted by Susan Smith

NPALI Annual Conference Handouts and Evaluations

Emails have been sent out regarding handouts to all those who have registered and paid for the 2014 Annual Conference. If you have not received this email with instructions on how to download the...
Posted by Carol D'Abbraccio

Nurse Practitioners Modernization Act Passed

We are pleased to announce that the Nurse Practitioners Modernization Act will become law as part of the 2014-2015 enacted budget.  The NMPA takes effect on January 1, 2015. This is a tremendous...
Posted by Susan Smith

Margaret O'Donnell Named a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse P...

The NPALI congratulates Margaret 'Peg' O'Donnell who has been named a Fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners for 2014. The Fellows of the American Association of Nurse...
Posted by Carol D'Abbraccio