Do you have a person who serves as the "glue" to keep your professional development department functioning? Do you have someone you rely on to provide support and help in carrying out your role as an NPD practitioner? Many of us who work in the field of NPD owe much of our success to those who suppo
ANPD wishes a special thank you to our veterans. Thank you to all the brave, selfless men & women who have served and are currently serving. Your contributions have made an impact on the lives of so many—we appreciate you today and everyday!
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is in the ninth month of ANA's Year of the Healthy Nurse. The themes this month are work-life balance and recovery. No matter the challenges we face every day, ANA encourages all nurses to find and achieve fulfillment in their professional and personal lives.
Over the past two years, I have had the opportunity and the challenge of serving as editor of the 5th edition of the Core Curriculum for Nursing Professional Development, which was just released in July, 2017, at the ANPD Annual Convention. Retrospectively, I am amazed at how well our NPD Scope and
Susan L. Bindon, DNP, RN-BC, CNE and Kari L. Schmidt, MS, RN-BC, ACC are the co-editors of the Journal for Nurses in Professional Development.
As Co-Editors of the Journal for Nurses in Professional Development we are honored to partner with ANPD leadership and members, the Wolters Kluwer publishin