Dues-Based Membership Program Open Enrolllment
Platform for Our Growing Professional Community
We have created a platform for our growing professional community; a secure spot where we can share best practices, explore emerging issues and build topical toolboxes of resources. Working together, we are shaping the current and future landscape of postgraduate residencies and fellowships.
Join our professional community. Support excellence and rigor in NP postgrad training. Meet and interact with like-minded individuals through special interest discussion platforms on topics such as: program directors, accreditation, faculty development, research. Share forms, protocols, documents etc. by contributing to the topical toolboxes. Be a recognized member of this growing community.
Two classes of membership: Individual and Institutional. Individual membership is $150 annually (student or trainee fee is $50 annually.) Individual members have access to discussion boards, a detailed membership directory, and an expanded library of resources including toolboxes. Institutional membership starts at $500/annually and includes 2 individual memberships. Postgraduate residencies or fellowships that join as an institutional member will have their postgrad programs listed on the soon-to-be posted “Find A Program” page of the home website. The “Find A Program” page is being developed in response to requests from program directors who want to recruit well qualified applicants and from upcoming or new grads who are looking for information about post-grad programs. Check back frequently to see updates.
Thank you to the many dedicated people who devoted countless hours this program, including the NNPRFTC Membership Committee, the Ad Hoc Content Review Working Group, the expertise of the CHC communications department and our fearless beta-testers.
Click here to become a member! One of our benefits is reduced fees for conferences. Join now and we will email you the code for $25 off the 2019 Annual Conference registration fee.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
Candice S. Rettie, PhD MA
Executive Director, NNPRFTC