On March 15 - 19, 2016 Hardy Nutritionals® exhibited at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners' (NAPNAP) 37th National Conference on Pediatric Health Care in Atlanta, Georgia.
Hardy Nutritionals® founder David Hardy, who attended the event comments, "I really enjoyed speaking with so many very intelligent Nurse Practitioners and their colleagues. I was impressed by their openness to what we shared with them and their commitment to recommending the best treatment options available. It was really gratifying to see how impressed they were with our research-backed micronutrients. So many of them work with children and families every day who will benefit greatly from having access to our Daily Essential Nutrients and other Hardy-branded products."
Our team was pleasantly surprised by the level of reception we had at this event. The vast majority of the Nurse Practitioners in attendance were not only open, but also very excited to learn about our micronutrients as an alternative therapy for mood and general health.
Many in attendance were very pleased to learn that they could now recommend a highly research-backed micronutrient treatment option, especially to well-informed families who were already searching for options outside of conventional drug therapies for mood, anxiety, and behavior-related disorders like ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and Depression. We look forward to working more closely with many of these Nurse Practitioners and the Psychiatrists, Medical Doctors, and other health professionals they work with in the coming months and years.
NAPNAP is the professional association for pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). With nearly 9,000 members, NAPNAP is the only national organization dedicated to improving the quality of health care for infants, children and adolescents, and to advancing the APRN's role in providing that care. NAPNAP membership includes national child health care experts, respected authors, distinguished faculty, and practicing professionals representing many facets of pediatric health care delivery.
APRNs are directly involved with promoting, maintaining, and restoring optimal health for children and frequently consult parents and families in an effort to enhance child and overall family health.