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Ainslie Honored by American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Ainslie Honored by American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Marcy Ainslie, assistant professor of nursing in the UNH College of Health and Human Services, was honored by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) as the 2023 recipient of the AANP Advocate State Award for Excellence in New Hampshire. Read More

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