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Monday, November 17, 2014

Life Wellness Coach Interviews NNNO President

Teri Mills MS, RN, CNE (President National Nursing Network Organization)

Thank you to Dr. Johnetta Miner, PhD, RN, NP, AHN-BC for her interest in The National Nurse Act. Dr. Miner is the Founder/CEO of Lifestyle Wellness Enterprise and Lifestyle Wellness Network which is an organization serving clinicians, healing arts practitioners and clients. She has been an Integrative Care Nurse Practitioner for over fifteen years and is certified by NY State as a Women’s Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. She is an Advanced Holistic Nurse, Board Certified (AHN-BC) by the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC). Health Practitioners Podcasts feature conversations with Integrative Care Practitioners, Healing Arts Practitioners, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants (PAs) and other clinicians and practitioners who provide integral care.

On this episode of the Health Practitioner Podcast, Dr. Miner speaks with Teri Mills, a retired Nurse Practitioner, who is currently the President of the National Nursing Network Organization (NNNO) to explore what the National Nurse Act of 2013 is and why it is needed.

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Monday, November 03, 2014

National Prevention Strategy Report-2014

The National Nurse Act of 2013 is written to encompass and align with the goals and outcomes of the National Prevention Strategy (NPS). According to the Surgeon General’s website, “The Strategy prioritizes prevention by integrating recommendations and actions across multiple settings to improve health and save lives. It envisions a prevention-oriented society where all sectors recognize the value of health for individuals, families, and society and work together to achieve better health for Americans.”

Each year the National Prevention Council submits a report describing national progress in meeting specific prevention, health promotion, and public health goals defined in the NPS to the President and the relevant committees in Congress. To read a summary of the 2014 Annual Status Report of the National Prevention, Health Promotion, and Public Health Council (National Prevention Council) visit

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