CE | Introduction to Just Culture & NCBON Complaint Evaluation Tool Part I
August 6 | Webinar
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Networking | Advocacy on the Road - Fayetteville
August 8 | Fayetteville, NC
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Meeting | Faith Community Nursing Council - Q3
August 21 | Webinar
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NCNA Welcomes News of NCIOM Nursing Workforce Report

A new report from the North Carolina Institute of Medicine (NCIOM) and its Task Force on the Future of the Nursing Workforce not only confirms that longstanding concern but offers a series of recommendations to reverse the most alarming trends.


2024 Nurses Week Message from NCNA President Trish Richardson

Hear from NCNA President Trish Richardson as she commemorates North Carolina's nurses during national Nurses Week.


North Carolina Justice Center Endorses the SAVE Act

Just a few weeks before the start of North Carolina’s 2024 legislative session, the bipartisan SAVE Act (H218/S175) has garnered yet another a new supporter. The North Carolina Justice Center, a progressive research and advocacy organization whose mission is to eliminate poverty, is joining the informal coalition of support for Full Practice Authority for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses.


NCNA Launches Diversity in Nursing Leadership Fellowship

The National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing recently announced grants of $200,000 in funding to organizations “committed to eliminating racism in nursing.” The North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) is proud to be one of those recipients.


NCNA statement on Mission Health

The North Carolina Nurses Association Board of Directors is reiterating its longstanding stance on the situation at Mission Health with a new quote from its president, Trish Richardson.

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