Alliance Members

The Alliance for Rational Use of NSAIDs

This public health coalition is made up of leading nonprofit organizations in the health care industry. The Alliance is dedicated to educating consumers and health care providers about the safe and appropriate use of nonsteroidal
anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

The Members of the Alliance for Rational Use of NSAIDs

American Assocation of Nurse Practitioners

The largest, full-service national professional organization for
nurse practitioners

www.aanp.org

American Academy of Physician Assistants

The largest professional society for physician assistants in the
United States

www.aapa.org

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

The national organization representing pharmacy education in the United States

www.aacp.org

American Chronic Pain Association

An organization that offers peer support, self-help skills, and education for people living with chronic pain

www.theacpa.org

HealthyWomen

A national nonprofit organization that helps women make healthy choices for themselves and their families

www.healthywomen.org

National Council on Patient Information and Education

A nonprofit coalition of close to 100 organizations communicating to consumers and health care professionals about the safe and appropriate use of medications

www.talkaboutrx.org

National Kidney Foundation

A voluntary nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping those affected by kidney disease

www.kidney.org

Jefferson School of Population Health

An academic institution providing graduate programming in population health dedicated to the exploration of policies and forces that determine the health and quality of life of populations locally, nationally, and globally

www.jefferson.edu/population_health.html

Western Pain Society

A regional society of the American Pain Society that helps improve the quality of pain treatment

www.westernpainsociety.org

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American Heart Association
www.heart.org

This information is intended for educational purposes only and should not replace the care of your health care provider. Talk to your health care provider before you stop taking or change your medication.