thanks Delegate Cullison for taking the time from her busy schedule in Annapolis to greet those in attendance and for her continued support.
The homopolymerization of NPAM
monomer was carried using AIBN as a free radical initiator in THF at 65[degrees]C (described below and shown in Scheme 2).
An official proclamation, signed by Maryland's Governor Hogan was obtained by NPAM
to help celebrate NP Week in Maryland.
Special engraved mugs were presented to each attendee, noting the upcoming 25th anniversary of NPAM
in 2017--Advocating for NPs since 1992 (See photo at right).
Through their volunteer service to NPAM
as president, president-elect, secretary, and treasurer respectively, Dr.
She is active in the legislative committee for NPAM
and will Co-Chair the Practice Barriers Subcommittee of the Maryland Action Coalition.
Thank you to Sandi Nettina and Kathy Woodruff, NPAM
Legislative Committee Co-Chairs who organized the event, to Marty Buonato who worked behind the scenes to schedule the visits, prepare the informational packets, and arrange for the gift bags, to the Pitcher Law Offices for the use of their office space, and to Julia Worchester, NPAM
Legislative Consultant for her leadership and guidance.
More information can be found at the NPAM
website at www.
wants to congratulate Teri Murtha, PMHNP, CNS-BC, a long-time member of NPAM
More information and registration can be found on the NPAM
home page: www.
is the largest association in Maryland dedicated solely to the advancement of Nurse Practitioners.
Julie Trivedi, MD presented on prevention, early detection and treatment of infectious diseases; Susan Kraus, MSN, CDE, CRNP, a psychiatric nurse practitioner and member of NPAM
, spoke about meeting the mental health needs of patients; Jonathan Lang, DDS, an Orthodontist reviewed proper intraoral assessment techniques and oral pathology; Anis Frayha, MD, a Radiologist from Advanced Radiology, discussed imaging studies; and Kathleen White, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, discussed the Affordable Care Act and the implications for nurse practitioners.