Special Events

2014 NCNA Annual Convention


107th NCNA Annual Convention
October 8-10, 2014
in Raleigh, NC

Pre-registration for the 2014 Convention has ended.
Please plan to attend and register on site.


For your convenience use this on-site registration form below and complete it in advance:
Onsite Registration Form


NCNA 2014 Virtual Expo Hall
Visit our virtual sponsors and exhibitors during the month of October!


2014 Annual Convention Brochure


Raleigh Marriott City Center and Raleigh Convention Center
500 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC 27601

NCNA’s group rate is now closed, but rooms may still be available at the regular rate. Please inquire directly with the hotel regarding availability and to make your reservation.

By Phone: (888) 236-2427 (state you are with the NC Nurses Association)\

Online: go here

Parking: $7 daily, $12 overnight, or $18 valet


Interested in being a SPONSOR or an EXHIBITOR? Go here!

Convention Preview Video!

NCNA 2015 Psych Retreat

Annual Psych Retreat
January 23-24, 2015

Embassy Suites Airport Hotel, Greensboro, NC

More information here!


NCNA Day at the Legislature 2015


Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Raleigh Convention Center/Halifax Mall
10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Program in am at the Raleigh Convention Center, lunch, walk to the General Assembly building for a nurse rally on Halifax Mall with invited elected officials. After the rally, there will be a chance to watch politics in action during legislative sessions and visits to the offices of elected officials.

Registration form here
Sponsor form here

Contact Christine Duque (919-821-4250 x 226) for more information



2015 NPSS

2015 NPSS
March 29 - April 1, 2015

Omni Grove Park Inn
Asheville, NC

Interested in being a Sponsor or an Exhibitor at the 2015 NPSS?
Go here for the 2015 NPSS prospectus!

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