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109th NCNA Annual Convention
September 28-30, 2016
Benton Convention Center
Winston-Salem, NC
Early Bird deadline is August 15!
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Next Level Nursing
November 11, 2016
Crabtree Marriott
Raleigh, NC
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2017 Nurse Practitioner Spring Symposium
March 26-29, 2017
Omni Grove Park Inn
Asheville, NC
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LATESTNEWS
Latest News 1
Veterans Deserve Quick Access to Quality Care
Go here to read NCNA President Mary Graff’s Op-Ed supporting the Department of Veterans Affairs’ efforts to grant Full Practice Authority to Advanced Practice Registered Nurses.
 
Latest News 1
Nurses: Trusted for Compassion and Expertise
Message from NCNA President Mary Graff.
 
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2016 Leadership Academy Kicks Off
Twenty nurses from across the state are making up the fifth Leadership Academy.
 
Latest News 2
Autonomy for Nurse Practitioners One Answer to NC Doctor Shortage
NCNA member Deborah Varnam pens Op-Ed supporting APRNs.