Welcome to Ohio NAPNAP
It is our belief that all children have a right to quality health care and the opportunity to develop in a safe and secure environment. The Ohio Chapter of NAPNAP promotes and supports the role of the Pediatric Advanced Practice nursing in its efforts to optimize the quality of life for children and their families.
The purpose of our chapter is to establish an association which will assist the PNP in improving the quality of health care for infants, children, and adolescents, that is accomplished through the promotion of role advancement, professional development, and advocacy on behalf of the profession.
Ohio Board of Nursing Advanced Practice | Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses
Red Flags.org developed by the Mental Health Association of Summit County offers information on depression in children and adolescents.
Site in conjunction with Ross Laboratory forms for sick and will children
Mideast Dairy Council
SAVE THE DATES!!!
Fall 2013 Conference
October 18th and 19th
The Ohio APN Formulary has been updated and is now available on the Ohio Board of Nursing web site.
Please remember you must prescribe from the most current version of the APN Formulary!
Sign up for OARRS
Dear Children’s Eye Health and Safety partners, Prevent Blindness Ohio is pleased to let you and your members know about our Fall 2012 schedule of preschool vision screening trainings. These trainings are free of charge, thanks to a grant from the Save Our Sight Fund, and are appropriate for health care and allied healthcare professionals, child care/day care providers, school nurses, public health professionals and community volunteers to attend. Upon successful completion of the training, each individual/organization is eligible to receive a free set of vision screening equipment (over a $300 value). This fall, we are holding trainings in Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, and Toledo. Individuals can register by mail, fax or on the internet at: Prevent Blindness America
Prevent Blindness Brochure