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2017 NCNA Annual Convention
September 14-15, 2017
Embassy Suites
Cary, NC
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2018 NP Spring Symposium
April 8-11, 2018
Sheraton Raleigh Hotel
Raleigh, NC
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2018 NCNA Annual Convention
September 27-28, 2018
Embassy Suites
Concord, NC
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LATESTNEWS
Latest News 1
NC Becomes 26th State to Adopt Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact
Governor Roy Cooper has signed HB 550 into law.
 
Latest News 2
APRNs Granted Ability to Certify Handicapped Plates
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed SB 160 into law, meaning that some APRNs can certify handicapped placard applications for the DMV.
 
Latest News 3
Nursing Licensure Compact Bill Passes Unanimously
Legislation that impacts every nurse in the state has made it to Governor Roy Cooper’s desk.
 
Latest News 4
HB 88 Getting House Health Committee Vote
The House Health Committee will vote on House Bill 88, Modernize Nursing Practice Act, on Wednesday, May 24.
 
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Nurses: Comprehensive Care from Health Leaders
Happy Nurses Week from NCNA President Mary Graff