NPWH News

  • Read the Latest NPWH Blog on Brain Health

    Read the Latest NPWH Blog on Brain Health
    In honor of Alzheimer's and Brain Health Awareness Month, head over to our blog, Women's Health Wisdom, to learn how NPWH and WHNPs can support brain health initiatives and the fight against Alzheimer's. Click here to read.  
  • Nominate an NP for the NPWH Inspirations in Women's Health Awards

    Nominate an NP for the NPWH Inspirations in Women's Health Awards

    Do you know an NP who goes above and beyond in the classroom, in conducting research, in clinical practice, or in their advocacy efforts? If so, tell this NP how thankful you are for her or his inspirational words and actions by nominating them for an Inspiration Award. Click here to complete the nomination online, or here to download the nomination form. The deadline for nominations is July 31, 2018.  

  • Call for Student Poster Submissions for the 2018 Conference

    Call for Student Poster Submissions for the 2018 Conference

    NPWH is soliciting abstract submissions for posters from nurse practitioner/midwifery students for the 21st Annual Premier Women's Healthcare Conference. All students, including BSN/MSN students, may submit abstracts. The deadline to submit is July 31, 2018. For more information and submission instructions, click here

  • Joint NPWH/ACOG Membership Now Live

    Joint NPWH/ACOG Membership Now Live
    NPWH is pleased to now offer a joint membership with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). For more information, click here. To join or renew, click here
  • NPWH Launches Cervical Cancer Microsite

    NPWH Launches Cervical Cancer Microsite

    NPWH is delighted to announce the launch of our new microsite www.TestForCervicalCancer.org.  This site underscores the importance of preventive cervical cancer screening and houses key information and statistics on PAP and HPV tests, including the value of screening using a Pap and HPV test combined (co-testing).

    This microsite is intended to be a resource on the latest data and information on preventing cervical cancer and early detection. The launch of the site comes on the heels of draft guidelines released last September by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force that recommend single testing for women between ages 30 and 65 but do not include co-testing. 

    Please consider sharing the link so we can ensure our patients continue to have access to all options, including co-testing. 

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