TNP Regional Affiliates are local groups of nurse practitioners that seek out TNP to formally recognize them in a particular region of Texas and they in return will formally align themselves to TNP. Click here for a complete list of TNP Affiliates.
How to Become a TNP Affiliate
If your local group is interested in becoming an Affiliate of Texas Nurse Practitioners, please click here. As part of being an Affiliate, the Affiliate's President is a member of TNP's Presidents' Council. The Council will include the Presidents of each Affiliate that completes the annual TNP Affiliate Agreement. The purpose of the Council is to provide a forum for collaboration, networking and annual recommendations from each regional affiliate. In addition, the Council will serve as the regular contact between Texas Nurse Practitioners and the Affiliates in order to promote the mission of TNP which includes Advocacy, Networking and Education. The Council will provide annual recommendations to the TNP Board of Directors regarding issues or concerns that this group would like the board to consider addressing. During the Spring Conference every year, the Council of Affiliate President’s will have a meeting led by the President of Texas Nurse Practitioners.
TNP Materials for Affiliate Meetings
Below are the latest materials from TNP that you are more than welcome to distribute to your members. Please remember if you are in need of door prizes, please contact Suzanna Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can provide a TNP merchandise item that can be used as the affiliate sees fit.
TNP's 2015-2020 Strategic Plan Flyer
Looking to Form an Affiliate
Forming a TNP affiliate is a great way to network in your community by providing regular meetings. TNP will provide you with the resources to help form your group. To fully experience the value of membership, it is important that individuals are members of your newly formed affiliate as well as TNP. If you are interested in forming an affiliate in your area, click here to see how to get started.
If you are a member of the Presidents' Council, please click here for important resource information.