National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health: Providing credible information about menopause and estrogen therapy to women.
The ETIQ campaign is devoted to providing credible information about menopause and estrogen therapy to women. The goal is to improve access to medically sound facts about treatment advances so that women can make informed choices about estrogen therapy.
The campaign arms women with clinically proven data about their estrogen therapy options and encourages them to start a dialogue with their healthcare professional to find the right therapy for their individual needs.
The ETIQ campaign was started by the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) with support from Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc .
The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health was founded in 1980. NPWH’s mission is to assure the provision of quality health care to women of all ages by nurse practitioners. NPWH defines quality health care to be inclusive of an individual’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
NPWH recognizes and respects women as decision-makers for their health care. NPWH’s mission includes protecting and promoting a woman’s right to make her own choices regarding her health within the context of her personal, religious, cultural and family beliefs.
NPWH represents nurse practitioners that provide care to women in the primary care setting as well as in women’s health specialty practices.
NPWH is a trusted source of information on nurse practitioner education, practice and women’s health issues. NPWH works with a wide range of individuals and groups within nursing, medicine, the health care industry and the women’s health community