Save the Date: NPD Week 2022
Thank you all for celebrating Nursing Professional Development (NPD) Week with us in 2021.
In 2022, NPD week takes place September 11-17.
Here's a recap of 2021's celebrations:
Nursing Professional Development (NPD) Week is celebrated every year during the third week of September. In 2021, NPD Week took place September 12-18.
NPD Week is our opportunity to recognize the exceptional work done by nursing professional development team members. During this week, take the time to celebrate your achievements, thank your staff, host educational activities, and teach others about nursing professional development.
NPD Week Toolkit
The NPD Week Toolkit equips you with easy-to-use tools to celebrate with your organization and share the value nursing professional development practitioners provide. It includes:
• Sample emails to personalize and send to your NPD department or other key stakeholders in your organization
• A sample calendar listing and article template to make it easy to promote your NPD Week activities
• Graphics for your organization's website or social media pages
• Facebook photo frame to share on your personal Facebook profile picture
• Flyer to print and post around your organization
Send a Virtual High Five!
NPD Week is the perfect opportunity to express your gratitude to celebrate all the nursing professional development practitioners in your life. We've made sending a virtual high five to your colleagues easy.
2021 Video Contest: A Day in the Life of an NPD Practitioner
This year, we challenged you and your colleagues to create a short video to show something people might not know about the average day in the life of an NPD practitioner. We've enjoyed watching all of this year's "A Day in the Life of an NPD Practitioner" submissions. They are a true representation of our specialty.
Congratulations to the 2021 video contest winner:
Advocate Aurora Health, Nursing Education and Professional Development
View all video submissions
View the photos below for celebration inspirations from past years: