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Trauma-Informed Care in the Medical Field - Complex Trauma, Human Trafficking, and Sexual Assault - Hosted by Southeast Region
May 27, 2020
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Nurses and Social Media - Hosted by Southwest Region
May 28, 2020
Webinar (1.0 CH) 
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2020 Annual Convention
September 17-18, 2020
Raleigh, NC (24.25 CH)
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Nurse Organizations Offer Safe Workplace Advice as NC Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions
The North Carolina Nurses Association and the North Carolina Association of Occupational Health Nurses urge employers and workers alike to continue taking measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus..
 
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Nurses Week 2020: Coronavirus in the Year of the Nurse
NCNA President Dennis Taylor’s message for National Nurses Week.
 
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NCBON Guidance to Practice During a Disaster​
Crystal Tillman walks nurses through some of the regulatory changes at the Board of Nursing that are helping nurses adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
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NCNA Opposes Changes to Stay-at-Home Restrictions for Now​
There have been calls from the business community to relax statewide social distancing policies, but NCNA does not feel North Carolina has accomplished the necessary milestones to warrant any updates to the Governor’s order.
 
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Identifying & Strengthening Resilience Skills in Nurses
Watch NCNA’s webinar on identifying and honing self-care strategies for nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
 
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Concerned Veterans for America Backs the SAVE Act
With just a few weeks until the start of the 2020 legislative session, another outside organization is calling for modernized APRN regulations in North Carolina.
 
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Facts Not Fear - Coronavirus Update Webinar
Nurses need to have access to current information and resources to better care for themselves and the community. They need to know the facts to help decrease fear and negative impacts to the community.
 
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COVID-19 Update for Nurses with Gov. Cooper & Sec. Cohen
The North Carolina Nurses Association and the North Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists are proud to co-host this special conversation at a critical time as North Carolina approaches its peak of the COVID-19 crisis.