Boston Area Chapter of HPNA

Boston Area Chapter of HPNA

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We are the Boston-area chapter of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA). We provide education, resources, and professional support for nurses caring for patients and families living with serious illness, from diagnosis through end-of-life. We welcome nurses practicing at every level, in every setting. We also welcome our social work, spiritual care, medical and other allied health colleagues to join!


Recent News & Announcements

Please join the HPNA Boston Chapter in a Book Club Event and Tarot Card Reading -Read Signs: The Secret Language of the Universe by Laura Lynne...

Our chapter is donating $150 to the HPNF. We also ask that you donate to the HPNF - these gifts help support nurses' careers across the country and...

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Upcoming Events

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Webinar/Online

Saturday, June 22, 2024 at 10:00am PT

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Webinar/Online

Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 6:00pm CT

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Webinar/Online

Monday, June 24, 2024 at 11:00am PT

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Job Opportunities

Wilmot, NH · Position at Camp Wilmot

Dates: July 7-13 OR July 7-20 (Option to stay for 1, one-week session or 2, one-week sessions). Primary need is the first session -- July 7 - 13,...

Cambridge, MA · Position at DAVITA

799 Concord Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States of America DaVita is seeking a Registered Nurse who is looking to give life in a...

Cambridge, MA · Position at DAVITA

799 Concord Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States of America DaVita is seeking a Registered Nurse who is looking to give life in a...

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On-Demand CE Activities

Join us for this self-paced 3 Hour* Introductory Course to learn how Registered Nurses and Advanced Practice Nurses can practice Functional Medicine.

Offers 3.0 contact hours

Available until December 31, 2024

Upon completion of this introductory course, you gain an enriching understanding of hypnosis and its application in nursing.

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Today, sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitalized patients. Nurses are often the first to notice changes in a patient's signs and symptoms that may indicate the development of sepsis.

Clinical topics: Patient Outcomes

Offers 2.3 contact hours

Available until June 1, 2026

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