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J Pediatr Health Care. 1993 Sep-Oct;7(5):245-50.

1992 NAPNAP membership survey. Part I: Member characteristics, issues, and opinions. National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners.


Significant changes have occurred in the 4 years since the last NAPNAP membership survey was conducted. Membership in NAPNAP has shown strong, sustained growth; the role of nurses in advanced practice has expanded greatly, and an increasing possibility exists for national health care reform. In response to these changes and as a part of its long-range strategic planning, the NAPNAP Executive Board, in 1991, authorized an ongoing plan to conduct a membership survey every 4 years. The 1992 membership survey was mailed to a random sample of 800 NAPNAP members. Sixty-five percent were returned. The survey collected information on (a) demographic characteristics of NAPNAP members, (b) practice characteristics of NAPNAP members, and (c) opinions of NAPNAP members related to health care issues. This article presents summary data on demographic characteristics, issues, and opinions of NAPNAP members.

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