Nurse Associations in Alabama

Alabama currently has 5 active nursing associations.

A nurse association is a professional organization for nurses. Joining a nurse association in Alabama has benefits including networking opportunities with other nurses in AL, educational resources, and advocacy on behalf of nurses. You should consider joining a nurse association in AL if you are interested in staying up-to-date on the latest nursing news, advancing your nursing career, or connecting with other Alabama nurses.

  • Central Alabama Nurse Practitioner Association
    CANPA offers advanced practice nurse opportunities for networking, legislative updates, and access to timely continuing education programs.
  • North Alabama Nurse Practitioner Association
    The purpose of the North Alabama Nurse Practitioner Association (NANPA) is to enhance the health care of our region by promoting Advance Practice Nursing.
  • Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama
    Nurse Practitioner Alliance of Alabama (NPAA) is the professional organization that represents our State’s advanced practice nurses and students enrolled in nurse practitioner programs. NPAA’s organizational expertise ranges from governmental practice issues, workplace issues, continuing education, public relations, patient advocacy, and other matters related to the promotion of the advanced practice nurse’s profession. NPAA strives to keep all members and supporters informed on all issues and opportunities in health care’s dynamic environment.
  • River Region Advanced Practitioners
    The Advanced Practitioners for the River Region includes advanced health care providers such as nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs), certified nurse-midwives (CNMs), clinical nurse specialists, and students of discipline residing in the
  • West Alabama Nurse Practitioners
    The purposes of our organization are to foster high standards of nursing practice, promote the professional and educational advancement of nurse practitioners (NP) and promote the welfare of the NP to the end that all people may have better healthcare.

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