In the Spotlight ~ Kerry Nolte
Kerry Nolte, PhD, FNP-C
Kerry Nolte is an assistant professor of nursing at the University of New Hampshire and continues her clinical practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner at Families First, a Federally Qualified Community Health Center. In her clinical work, Kerry is particularly concerned with engagement in care and supporting people who use drugs. She received her MS in nursing from UNH and her PhD in nursing from Northeastern University. Her international experience includes serving on Project Hope in the South Pacific and leading global education programs for UNH in Ghana. Kerry’s research interests focus on communication and reducing harms associated with using drugs. Her previous inquiry has focused on HIV prevention in vulnerable population. Kerry serves the NHNPA working on policy and represents NHNPA on the Governor’s Commission on AOD Healthcare Task Force. NHNPA congratulates Kerry as one of the authors of,Have Yhe Conversation: Caring for People Who Inject Drugs, A Guide for NH HealthCare Providers.