The Most Important Part of Being a Nurse Practitioner

August 6th 2020
Contemporary Clinic Editorial Staff
Contemporary Clinic Editorial Staff

Contemporary Clinic spoke with Jessica Peck, president of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), about COVID-19's affect on the organization and her hopes for the future of NAPNAP.

Contemporary Clinic spoke with Jessica Peck, president of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), about COVID-19's affect on the organization and her hopes for the future of NAPNAP.

COVID-19 has effected NPs on a 9/11 scale, according to Peck. "We have found ourselves really in the epicenter of this worldwide crisis, but the good news is we are ideally situated as nursing leaders to engage and equip communities," Peck said.

According to Peck, the most important part of being a nurse pracitioner is owning your expertise with the various skillsets that NPs have.

Peck hopes to see the future of NAPNAP continue to grow with its various resources, advocates, and partners.

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