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Translation Information

Any party wishing to obtain a translation for NRP should first contact Life Support with their request. AAP Staff will process this request through our foreign rites agent.
The foreign rites agent will then work to identify a reputable publisher within the requested country who meets established criteria to determine if a market exists. This can take some time (up to several months), so it is important that a request for translation is made as soon as possible.
The following 7th Edition translations are published or pending copyright approval:

  • Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS)
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Korean
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • Thai
  • Turkish​
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The Spanish edition of NRP is available for purchase through the AAP Bookstore or the eBooks Web site. The French Canadian translation is available through theCanadian Paediatric Society. For more information contact Canadian NRP coordinator at

Obtaining Copyright Permission

The American Academy of Pediatrics has partnered with Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink® service to process all permission requests for NRP material. Requests to reproduce material from NRP materials should be directed to Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink®.

To request permission, find the NRP publication that contains the content you would like to use on the AAP eBooks site at  Click the NRP publication, then click the "Get Permissions" link (in blue font, under and to the right of the publication title). The following RightsLink® page will launch immediately (turn off your pop-up blocker if it does not appear):


Indicate how you would like to reuse AAP content by completing the online form. Then log in to your existing RightsLink account (or create a new one), complete the transaction, and save or print your license. If you have any questions about permissions or require additional assistance, please call RightsLink Customer Care at 978-777-9929 or e-mail

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