New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner Association
Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives and Nurse Anesthetists working together for a healthier New Hampshire

This past week, NHNPA opposed HB 538, the bill to allow for temporary licensure of people who are licensed in other states or countries. There was widespread opposition to the bill from a number of...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

Marilyn Daley DNP, APRN Dr. Daley is a family nurse practitioner and a Doctor of Nursing Practice serving as Clinical Director of the New England Heart & Vascular Institute Cardiomyopathy...

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It is that time of year again! Time to think about who should be the NP of the Year. The award is given at the Northeast Regional Conference in early May. The NP of the Year recognizes a nurse...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

Weekly Legislative Update for week ending February 10th , Bob presented testimony to House HHS on HB 321, a commission to study public option for health insurance. Requested that an APRN be added...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

Subcommittee meeting on HB 208: reaffirmed the importance of having a member of that Commission ( to study involuntary commitment )who is an APRN appointed by the NHNPA. HB 550, which would...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

NPs and PAs may take the eight-hour DATA-waiver course for treatment of opioid use disorder, designed by national experts, that physicians currently take. The course is offered for free by SAMHSA...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

The following information is posted on the AANP website. Christopher Laurent APRN, Jefferson NH spoke with the Director of SAMSHA on 1/20/2017. The DEA waiver application form for APRNs is in the...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

ASAM Announces Partnerships to Offer Free Training for NPs and PAs to Treat Opioid Addiction North Bethesda, MD (January 17, 2017) – The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson

Reminder January 1st, 2017 Opioid Rule are effective Overview of the Final NH Board of Nursing Opioid Prescribing Rules Adapted from the New Hampshire Medical Society CURRENT SITUATION After being...

Posted by Kara Doberstein

On 12/6/2017 you received an email from Nurse Practitioner Network. This email was sent at the request of the NHNPA. The email is the announcement of a new online home for the Bureau of Drug and...

Posted by Mary Bidgood-Wilson