Monday, December 13, 2021
12:00PM – 1:00PM
Presented by: Hilary A. Campbell, PharmD, JD
By 2033, North Carolina faces an estimated shortage of nearly 12,500 registered nurses and slightly more than 5,000 LPNs. There are scenarios that could improve or worsen this projected shortage, and these scenarios have been modeled and summarized in this first-in-the-state workforce projection with online interactive tools. This activity is needed to put this knowledge and the tools in the hands of NC’s nurses.
1.0 CH Free for NCNA Members/Student Subscribers
Non-members/Guests may attend the event for free, however as a Non-member/Guest if you wish to earn credit for the Contact Hour then there is a $25 fee.
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