About the New Practitioner Network (NPN) Committee
Description: The mission of the IPhA New Practitioner Network is to provide opportunities to assist them achieve their career goals and create a positive work-life balance. The committee will provide direction for the association for programming, newsletters, products and services marketed for New Practitioners.
Meetings: The New Practitioner (NPN) Ctte will convene at the direction of the committee chair at least quarterly or as needed from time to time.
Reports To: Committee will report their recommendations to the IPhA Board of Directors on a quarterly basis.
  1. Provide programming at the Annual Meeting for New Practioners, including but not limited to C.E. credit, social events, engagement opportunities (patient counseling competition, poster judges, etc.)
  2. Provide electronic newsletters/information four times per school year to New Practitioners, that will assist with transitioning from student to practitioner
  3. Introduce leadership opportunities either quarterly or when they arise to New Practitioners within IPhA via specific marketing tools ( newsletters, Facebook, website)
  4. Conduct periodic surveys to students/NPs, which will allow the committee to effectively conduct programming to meet their needs
  5. Provide post graduation event (either law review or social event) that will introduce IPhA to recent graduates and allow for networking with fellow members