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NC Nursecast: Looking Into the Future of the NC Nurse Workforce
December 13, 2021 
Via Zoom (1.0 CH)
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2022 Annual Psych Retreat
February 4-5, 2022
Charlotte, NC
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2022 Nurse Practitioner Spring Symposium
March 20-23, 2022
Asheville, NC
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NCNA Responds to NC Nursecast Release
New research offers a startling preview for North Carolina’s healthcare landscape, with a shortage of more than 12,000 Registered Nurses by 2033.  
 
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Nursing Celebrated, Honored at NC Nurses Association Annual Convention
Meka Douthit El has been installed as NCNA’s 55th president as NCNA honored nurses and put a special focus on the theme of resiliency and burnout.  
 
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Blue Cross NC Endorses the SAVE Act
In a letter to legislators this month, BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina officially announced its support for the SAVE Act. 
 
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NC's Nursing Shortage & COVID Surge are Fueling Burnout
A new survey of members of the North Carolina Nurses Association is highlighting the fatigue of an overwhelmed nursing workforce on the front lines of the state’s COVID-19 battle. Some of the most telling results include:
• 77% of respondents say their facility is already experiencing a shortage of RN staff
• 13% of respondents say they are so burnt out they are ready to leave the profession
• 89% of respondents say they have been vaccinated
 
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Message from our President & President-Elect
As the coronavirus pandemic once again ramps up and fills North Carolina's hospitals and ICUs, NCNA President Dennis Taylor and NCNA President-elect Meka Douthit EL want nurses to know we share your frustrations, we appreciate your sacrifices, and we stand with you.