Sessions and topics to look forward to at the 2024 NAPNAP National Conference


Donna Hallas, PhD, CPNP, PPCNP-BC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, shares her thoughts and excitement for the 2024 NANAP National Conference on Pediatric Health Care, taking place in Denver, Colorado, from March 13-16, 2024.

Donna Hallas, PhD, CPNP, PPCNP-BC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, clinical professor, program director, Pediatrics NP, New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing, New York, New York, and Contemporary Pediatrics editorial advisory board member, shares the excitement surrounding this year's National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) National Conference on Pediatric Health Care.

Hallas has attended several NAPNAP conferences through the years, and told Contemporary Pediatrics, which will be on site covering the conference, that it has so much to offer.

"I've attended almost all the conferences since I graduated from school so it's always exciting," Hallas said. "I meet colleagues from many years ago and make new colleagues as well."

Hallas said sessions on artificial intelligence (AI) is one aspect of the conference she is looking forward to, as the technology continues to filter into pediatric health care.

"It's a great way to get people interested and really investigate [the question], 'how is AI going to influence our practice?' There's parts of AI that are just great... But, when you think about making the decisions for you in clinical practice, that's a concern," added Hallas.

Talks and sessions on global health and the adjustments from the COVID-19 pandemic that continue to occur is also something Hallas is looking forward to at NAPNAP 2024.

Contemporary Pediatrics will have coverage of several posters, presentations, and video interviews with experts as the National Conference goes on. Visit each day for updates and the latest from the conference in Denver, Colorado.

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