Triangle Region Nursing and Research Awards
Date: April 12, 2014
Time: 9:30 am
Location: Duke Regional Hospital, First Level Classroom (1st floor next to cafeteria)
RSVP by April 4th to: email@example.com
Breakfast will be provided
1.0 CH for Triangle Region members
Triangle Region April Event Flyer
Triangle Region Research Award
Nurses within the NCNA Triangle Region are invited to submit a proposal for the Annual Triangle Region Research Award (preference given to NCNA members). The research project can be currently active (including data analysis phase) or expected to begin within 6-months from the date of the award. The project may be focused on clinical practice, nursing management, nursing education, or alternative therapy. The submission deadline is March 15, 2014.
Award recipient(s) are expected to receive their award during NCNA Triangle Region annual award ceremony in April, 2014 and make a poster presentation describing the research results at the 2015 NCNA Triangle Region Spring meeting. Two awards of up to $1000 will be offered. Award recipients who do not complete the research project or display a poster within one year of receiving funding must return the entire funding amount to the NCNA Triangle Region.
Triangle Regional Advisory Committee
Regional Director: Erica Saunders
Associate RD: Benjamin Mastridge
"Nurses Network" is a new addition to Triangle Region Meetings. As you enter the meeting, you'll be given instructions for three separate opportunities to share 3 minutes of conversation with another attendee. Perhaps you'll be matched with a first-timer, a faculty from a Triangle institution, a Board member, or a prospective employer. It will be your chance to "meet, greet, and connect" with Triangle Members. Come try it at the next posted meeting!
Legislative Information: Developing and maintaining a relationship with your state Senators and Representatives; and, your national Senators and Congressmen, are important. These men and women want to hear from you about your opinions on healthcare and nursing issues. Give them a call; or, write to them. Begin to develop relationships so they know your name. This spread sheet will help you identify your legislators and how to contact them.