Celebrating our NPs: National Nurse Practitioner Week

November 8th, 2018 2 Min read Celebrating our NPs: National Nurse Practitioner Week Blog
Each year, more than one billion patients enjoy the healing care of NPs, so it’s only fitting that we take a week to remember their contributions to healthcare. Nov. 11-17 has been designated as National Nurse Practitioner Week to recognize the important contribution NPs make toward helping keep us healthy. To commemorate NP week, here are our top NP stories of 2018.

PA in job interviewHow to find your first NP job

More than 6,000 NPs are expected to graduate and enter the job market this year. Here are four tips that can help a new NP find that all-important first job. Read more

eNLC mapWhat the eNLC means for NPs

29 states have passed enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact legislation, which makes it easier for NPs and nurses to work in multiple states under one license. Learn how

NP and collaborating physicianThe most critical relationship

The more clinical experience you have, the more independently you should be able to work. Delegated autonomy makes the relationship between an NP and the collaborating physician critical. Read more

job interviewee greeting interviewerNP job interview secrets

Whether you’re in the market for the first time or an experienced NP looking to make a move, these job interview secrets can help you edge out the competition. Learn more To all the incredible NPs we work with every day: Thank you from the entire CompHealth team. We’re proud of you! We want to hear your thoughts and feelings about NPs too! Comment below or share with the #NPweek hashtag on your favorite social media platform. Interested in a new NP opportunity? Search today’s NP job openings.


Gerry Carpenter

Gerry Carpenter

Gerry Carpenter is the managing editor for CHG Healthcare. He is a 20-year marketing veteran who loves to write, edit, and play with words. He enjoys visiting new places, speaks fluent French, and is slowly learning Portuguese and Japanese.

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