Subscription Information for Nurse Practitioners
Published quarterly, MPR Nurse Practitioners' Edition provides product monographs and prescribing information on over 4,300 products and includes NP Association listings. [Subscribe/Renew]
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MPR Nurse Practitioners' Edition is a quarterly publication; therefore, the first issue will not arrive until the next quarter, depending upon your date of application. For the approximate date of your first issue, see schedule below:
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|| Dec 31
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|| Nov 14
|| Feb 25
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