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NCNA Members Featured in TV Special on the Nursing Shortage


For Immediate Release


July 23, 2023


Loretta Boniti gave the nursing shortage the attention it deserves during this week's episode of In Focus with Loretta Boniti on Spectrum News.

NCNA members participating in this important discussion included Ernest Grant, Kristina Nguyen, Patricia Mook, Valerie Howard, Yolanda VanRiel, Rep. Donna McDowell White, and Rep. Diamond Staton-Williams. Caroline Roseman, President of the NC Association of Nursing Students was also featured. 

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Chris Cowperthwaite, APR
Director of Communications and Outreach
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