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New Hampshire Nurses’ Association and SNHU Help Student Nurses Create Their Futures

A woman at a podium at the New Hampshire Nurses Association and Southern New Hampshire University. 

Southern New Hampshire University hosted the annual New Hampshire Nurses Association Student Conference on Wednesday, March 4th.   New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan addressed nursing students from around the state, touching on the event’s theme of “Creating Your Futures.”  The event also attracted influential leaders in the nursing field to inspire graduating RN, BSN and MSN students. The conference is designed to help new nurses navigate the evolving healthcare field with confidence, build critical skills required in the field and network with nursing peers and field experts. 


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