The NPA (National Pathways Association) exists to promote the development and use of Pathways nationally. It was formed in the early 1990 out of the local networks of Pathway Users around the UK.
As the organisation has grown, the membership has expanded across the many organisations and individuals who are interested in the development and use of Pathways. The group is multi-disciplinary and multi-professional, and includes healthcare individuals across the independent, private and public sectors. The National Pathways Association has an advisory role to central government and is a key player in the development and promotion of the new quality agenda.
The NPA website is open to both NPA members and public. However, access to certain pages is restricted to members only.