HB 0271 relative to possession and administration of an opioid antagonist for opioid-related overdoses
NH BON Advisory: An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) shall be under a professional duty to comply with the requirements of the Controlled Drug Act, RSA 318-B, and all administrative rules of the board of pharmacy adopted thereunder, and shall be afforded the benefit of the exemption for actions taken with an opioid antagonist provided in RSA 318-B:15, IV.
The Board Appointed Liaison Committee provides over site and recommendations to the board regarding APRN issues and questions. The committee meets on a regular basis at the Board Please refer to the home page for posted public meetings. If you have an issue or question regarding advanced practice, please complete a clinical practice inquiry by going to the "Nursing Practice" section of this website and /or sending an email to email@example.com.
APRNs licensed in New Hampshire MUST maintain National Certification from one of the organizations listed below in order for their NH APRN license to be considered valid.
An APRN whose certification lapses is considered to have an invalid NH APRN license and if s/he continues to practice in the APRN role, is considered practicing without a license.
Recent legislation has removed the specialty types for APRN licenses. We have received calls from pharmaceutical companies requesting the specialty type for individual licensees for purposes of making sample medications available. If you wish to be placed on a voluntary list located on this website please email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add your name and business address.
Senate Bill 66 (effective 7/21/2009) has changed the ARNP designation to APRN.
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