We are happy to announce a Spring 2021 conference that will be brought to you by a collaborative effort between Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and San Joaquin NAPNAP Chapters.
Registration is currently open via e-brite (link is below) with access to the conference starting April 1st through June 30th.
This is a pre-recorded video conference that can be watched at your leisure from APRIL 1st through JUNE 30th.
There are a variety of topics from 11 presenters. CE's with pharmacology hours will also be offered.
SPEAKERS & TOPICS:
Nancy Sullivan, PhD - Behavioral Feeding Therapy
Beth Kaufman, MD - Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Sharon Levy, PNP - Food Allergies
Melanie Balestra, CPNP, JD - AB890
Bahare Farhadian, FNP - PANDAS
Debbie Harris, PNP & Trish Peterson, PNP - Health Equity & Sickle Cell Disease
Rumi Yokota, FNP & Dena Cuyjet, PNP - Abnormal Newborn Findings
Natacha Akshoomoff, PhD - Behavior & Development Difficulties
Julia Magana, MD - Child Abuse
Irene Austria Ramos, PNP- Hirschsprung's Disease
Linda Camacho, PNP - COVID & Abdominal Pain
$15 of all registration fees will be donated to an organization of your choice below:
NAPNAP Member Fees:
Early bird (March 1st- March 31st)- $80
Regular (April 1st - May 31st)- $90
Student (March 1st- May 31st)- $70
Non-Member Fees :
Early Bird (March 1st- March 31st)- $90
Regular (April 1st - May 31st)- $100
Student (March 1st- May 31st)- $80
Organizations you may choose to donate to:
-- No Kid Hungry (https://www.nokidhungry.org/coronavirus)
Together, we're helping schools and community groups feed kids throughout this crisis. So far, we’ve sent more than $65 million in grant funding to 1,783 schools and organizations across all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia and Guam to help children and their families get more of the food they need.
-- One-LA (https://www.onela-iaf.org/)
One LA is a broad-based organization, made up of member congregations, schools, and nonprofits who shape the organization's agenda and teach their constituents how to be effective public people.
-- NAPNAP Foundation
The mission of the NAPNAP Foundation is to support the improvement of the quality of life for children and their families by awarding and administering funds for advanced pediatric nursing education, research, clinical projects and special initiatives.