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Lunch with NCNA President Dennis Taylor 
March 18, 2021
Via Zoom
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NP Series: Cardiovascular Updates
March 24, 2021
Via Zoom (3.0 CH; 1.75 Pharm)
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2021 Nurses Day at the Legislature
April 14, 2021
Raleigh, NC
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LATESTNEWS
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John Locke Foundation Backing the SAVE Act
With the announcement of a bill expected soon, one of North Carolina’s most recognized think tanks is supporting full practice authority for APRNs.
 
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NC Medical Society and NC Nurses Association Together Encourage Marketplace Enrollment
If you do not currently have health insurance, the health care providers in your community encourage you to go to healthcare.gov to consider the affordable options that are right for you and your family before May 15.
 
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NCNA Letter to Gov. Roy Cooper
"This is not a political request. This is a public health request. For the sake of our fellow North Carolinians and our colleagues fighting on the front lines, we must implement evidence-based recommendations that can help curb the pandemic and help the state begin the process of recovery."
 
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Taking Their Shot: Survey Shows NC Nurses Ready to be Vaccinated and Discuss with Patients
Nearly 60 percent of NCNA members responding to a survey say they are already willing to be vaccinated themselves and are comfortable talking with their patients about coronavirus vaccine options.
 
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NCNA Joins with NC Stakeholders to Encourage Flu Vaccines
As North Carolina prepares for the coming flu season, NCNA joins other stakeholders in this statement to promote the importance of getting a flu shot during the COVID-19 global pandemic.