Miller to Serve as President Elect of ACNP

Kenneth P. Miller, PhD, RN, CFNP, FAAN, professor and associate dean for research and clinical scholarship at the UNM College of Nursing has been elected vice president/ president elect of the American College of Nurse Practitioners.

Dr. Miller has been a nurse educator/researcher for 20 years.  Dr. Miller is a graduate of the University of Arizona, College of Nursing with a doctorate in Clinical Nursing Research (1983) and a post master's certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 1998 from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS).  Dr. Miller is the current President of the New Mexico Nurse Practitioner Council.  He practices as a FNP at a nurse managed clinic in Albuquerque.  He previously served on ACNP's Board of Directors as Treasurer and Executive Committee Member (2002-4).  He is the current Treasurer, Executive Committee Member, Board Member and Chair of the audit/finance committee for the National Nursing Centers Consortium.   

The American College of Nurse Practitioners is a membership advocacy organization for nurse practitioners located in Washington, D.C.  ACNP is committed to keeping nurse practitioners current on legislative, regulatory and clinical practice issues.


Contact: Angela Heisel, 272-3322

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