Presentation Services

NHPHP provides presentations to healthcare leaders, workforce, offices, agencies, education institutions, and other health professional related communities throughout New Hampshire regarding the services offered at NHPHP and health related issues that are specific to health care professionals.  NHPHP presentations are appropriate for hospital grand rounds, group medical practices, health care organizations, or specialty society meetings and they meet the criteria for risk management study and CME credits. Providing free education on impairment among healthcare professionals is an essential component of our contract with the NH Office of Professional Licensure and Certification. In 2023 our educational services were featured in more than 25 events, virtual and in person.


We have had excellent feedback following Grand Rounds or Departmental presentations on the following:

  • Addiction in Health Care Professionals – can be general or specific to the health care profession audience
  • Is it Burnout, Moral Injury or Something Else – directed towards any health care specialty on request
  • Staying out of Trouble with Your Board and the Press – a joint presentation with a representative of a specific Licensing Board
  • The Occupational Hazards of Medicine


NHPHP recommends that you request a presentation with ample time prior to your requested schedule date (typically two/three or more months ahead) for NHPHP to accommodate your needs. NHPHP is happy to receive an honorarium to help supplement the cost of travel and presenter’s time but there is no charge for this service. If you have additional questions regarding NHPHP presentations, please submit a request in writing to


Since 2004, the NHPHP has held an annual (missing 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19) retreat for NHPHP monitored providers and “graduates” on topics essential for happy and healthy professional lives. These retreats offer up to 6 hours of CME credit with outside presenters. The costs are underwritten by donations from malpractice insurers and others interested in supporting this important component of our program. We welcome hearing from organizations who wish to sponsor a similar retreat financially or in-kind donation of space or accoutrements.


John MacDougall DMin
The Spirituality of Hope


Michael McGee MD
The Spirituality of Recovery


Donna Singer MA
Shaping the Career You Want Now and the Retirement You Want Later


Michael Krasner MD
Mindful Practice: Promoting Clinician Resilience and Quality of Care through Awareness and Attention


Janet Archer MA
A Day Long practice of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction


Megan Call PhD
Snow Angels in the Quicksand: Embracing Discomfort to Live More Vitally, An introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy


Diana Dill EdD
Well-being at Work: From Maximal Engagement to Burnout


Margaret Nagib PsyD and Rosalind Rogers MA from Timberland Knolls
Overcoming Intoxicating Cycles of Shame


Catherine Caldicott MD
Navigating and Maintaining Professional Boundaries in Healthcare


Debra LeClair PsyD and Trinnie Houghton JD
Conscious Leadership: A Sustainable Approach to Managing your Energy and Influencing Change in the Era of Burnout (postponed due to Covid 19)