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2020 Annual NCNA Convention
September 17-18, 2020 
Now Virtual!
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Nurses Night at the Legislature
February 23, 2021
Raleigh, NC
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2021 Nurse Practitioner Spring Symposium
April 11-14, 2021
Wilmington, NC
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NCNA President Joins NC Governor to Promote Face Coverings
As part of our effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus, NCNA President Dennis Taylor spoke at Gov. Roy Cooper’s media briefing on Wednesday to ask people across the state to listen to healthcare experts and wear face coverings when possible.
 
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We are asking the public to voluntarily help control the spread of coronavirus by wearing face coverings in public indoor settings, and outdoor settings where social distancing is difficult or impossible.
 
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Dennis Taylor joined host Tim Boyum to talk about the ways that the SAVE Act could help NC navigate COVID-19.
 
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As North Carolina shapes its COVID-19 response, full practice authority for APRNs is the low-hanging fruit of healthcare.
 
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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.