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SECRETS OF THE MASTERS The Vermont legislature convened for the 2019 legislative session on Wednesday. The largest freshman class in more than half a century was sworn in. There are now effectively...

Posted by Callan Janowiec, DNP · 0 comments

REGISTER TODAY for the NP 2019 must-attend conference! Join us for the 29th Annual Conference of the Vermont Nurse Practitioners Association! Thursday-Friday, April 4-5, plan to meet us back at the...

Posted by Julie Basol · 0 comments

NPsBrand2 As 2018 comes to an end, the Conference Planning Committee is working to bring you VNPA 2019! Full details to be announced in the coming days. In the meantime, should you have unused...

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Managing chronic pain with opioids can be one of the most stressful challenges that clinicians experience. These encounters often boil down to critical conversations with patients about their pain,...

Posted by Deborah Wachtel

The Green Mountain Care Board will launch a redesigned General Advisory Committee in January 2019. It is CRITICAL that health care providers are on this committee to advise this regulatory board...

Posted by Deborah Wachtel

Celebrating Vermont Nurse Practitioners during national NP week! Thank you for all you do to provide great care to Vermonters.

Posted by Martha Whitfield

As a Vermont nurse practitioner, you have firsthand knowledge of the challenges facing our communities each and every day. Your insight is incredibly valuable to the elected officials in our state...

Posted by Martha Whitfield

The Vermont Nurse Practitioner Association invites recent NP graduates to submit an abstract for a poster presentation at the VNPA 29th Annual Conference, NPs: Leading the Way to Health Equity. The...

Posted by Martha Whitfield

Historic legislation aimed at addressing the nation’s opioid overdose epidemic has now passed both the House and Senate and is expected to be signed into law by the President shortly. Thank you to...

Posted by Deborah Wachtel