Massachusetts Association of Public Health Nurses Trainings
The Massachusetts Association of Public Health Nurses (MAPHN) strengthens the leadership role of the public health nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As the official state organization for public health nurses, the association provides a common voice on issues of public health nursing, maintains regional chapters, provides educational programs, advocates for public health nursing, and enhances the health of Massachusetts residents. MAPHN, in conjunction with the NEPHTC offers an online webinar series. Slide presentations and/or archived webinars from this series are available for review.
The Opioid Epidemic: A Public Health Crisis
- Colleen T. LaBelle, BSN, RN-BC, CARN, Program Director STATE OBOT B, Boston University School of Medicine. Boston Medical Center
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A Nurse-led Model of Foot Care for At-Risk or Homeless Veteran Populations
- Kitty Mahoney, RN, BSN, Chief Public Health Nurse, Town of Framingham
- Amanda Stone, RN, Director of Public Health Nursing Services, Town of Mattapoisett