NP Student Magazine™ is a digital lifestyle publication for nurse practitioner (NP) students and community. We are dedicated to keeping NPs “In the Know” at every level of their training. As the definitive voice of the student’s experience, NPSM is the first nursing publication to offer video editorials and utilize social media platforms for real-time engagement.
Where does NP Student come in?
“If I only knew then that it is okay to create a platform that you can’t find because others are waiting on you.” If you’re looking for inspiration, insights on entrepreneurship, tips to harmonize life & practice, promotion of innovation, and resources to help with your training, NPSM is where you should be.
Students today, practitioners tomorrow, & leaders for a lifetime…
About the Founder
Hi! I am Patrice Faye Litttle but some students call me “Doc P”. I love writing, talking, and helping others. I have been a nurse for 12 years and spent the last six years working as Family Nurse Practitioner. While working on my scholarly project, I noticed media potential for nurses not only Georgia but nationally. With all the claims that NPs are the provider of choice, why aren’t we contributing to platforms to inform and further support our patients? Why do we have to wait on an invitation to showcase our voice? NPSM is the perfect synergy of media and nursing excellence to inspire innovation in the next generation of nurse practitioners (NEXGENNP).
I received my DNP from Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University, my MSN in Family Nurse Practitioner from Brenau University, BS in Biology/Pre-Medicine and BS in Nursing from Georgia Southwestern State University. I have been serving on the Parent Advisory Board for Atlanta Parent Magazine for three years. In my spare time, I love eating, road races, and freestyle dancing with my hubby and children on Friday nights.
Elizabeth Francis BSN, RN
A second-year NP/DNP student at Duke University and will be serving as Spring 2021 Editor-in-Chief Intern. She brings a wealth of editing and writing experiences from the Cox College’s Academic Resources Center Writing Lab to NP Student Mag. And will be working closely with Dr. Little.