Researchers Urge Caution As Powassan Virus Spreads In Ticks Along Coast


 

MNPA Member Sara Hayes Featured in
 

 

     New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof frequently writes about human rights, women's rights, health and global affairs.  His column of March 4th was devoted to examining the likely consequences of  politically-based threats to vital health care for women, in a column titled,"She's 17 and Needs Birth Control. Do We Turn Our Backs?"
     The column features long-time MNPA member Sara Hayes NP of Freeport (above) who works at Family Planning Association of Maine which has clinics in Augusta, Lewiston and Rockland and other Maine locations.  To read the entire column, click here.


 

CHALLENGES TO PROFESSIONALISM IN A TIME OF CHANGE -SAVE THE DATE

WHEN:  Saturday, June 17, 2017 8am - 4pm
WHERE:  Sheraton Portsmouth
FEATURING • Thomas Bodenheimer, MD, MPH Professor, UCSF School of Medicine,
Founding Director—Center for Excellence in Primary Care
SPONSORS:  Lown Institute, Maine Medical Association, NH Medical Society, Vermont Medical Society,
Maine Nurse Practitioners Association, Maine Alliance of Health Care Professionals


 

Are you interested in Integrative Healthcare?

 MNPA member Kathy Coleman, ANP is a member of the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine.  She welcome's participation in the council's work from other NPs. Please check out the website.  ContactTisha Bremner, council chair, tisha@integrativewellnessme.com, or Meneah Haworth, meneah.haworth@gmail.com for more info.


http://integrativewellnessme.com/
The Integrative Wellness Council of Maine is a group of like-minded medical providers and holistic health practitioners who are joining together in an opportunity to network and create a platform for continued community support and education of the ways in which complementary and alternative therapies may help our patients, clients, and students lead healthy, well, and whole live.

We would love to see more APRNs involved with the Integrative Wellness Council of Maine!