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What does PAPN stand for?

PAPN stands for Peer Assistance Program for Nurses


This definition appears very rarely

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NYSNA’s Statewide Peer Assistance for Nurses (SPAN) is a confidential education, support, and advocacy program for ALL nurses licensed in New York State.
Home > Texas Board of Nurse Examiners > What is TPAPN -The Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses.
Peer Advocacy for Impaired Nurses, LLC provides information to the nursing profression regarding substance abuse and chemical dependence in the nurse, and nursing student. Information includes the disease process, signs and symptoms, intervention, treatment, and relapse prevention. A variety of services are provided inclusing educational and mentoring, as well as assistance in finding interventionists, treatment programs, and attorneys familiar with the impaired nurse and representation before licensing boards and alternative to discipline programs.
The Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN) encourages nurses to seek help with psychiatric or substance use disorders. TPAPN is a non-punitive, confidential and voluntary alternative for RNs and LVNs with concerns related to substance use and mental health. Read more about TPAPN.