North Carolina Nurses Association

North Carolina Nurses Association Mission: The North Carolina Nurses Association serves the changing needs of its members, addresses nursing issues, and advocates for the health and well-being of all people.
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The North Carolina Nurses Association is the leading professional association for registered nurses in North Carolina. NCNA equips nurses at all stages to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment through continuing education, professional networking and legislative advocacy. We shape the future of nursing to improve healthcare for everyone.

The North Carolina Nurses Association is the leading professional association for registered nurses in North Carolina. NCNA equips nurses at all stages to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment through continuing education, professional networking and legislative advocacy. We shape the future of nursing to improve healthcare for everyone.

Mission: The North Carolina Nurses Association serves the changing needs of its members, addresses nursing issues, and advocates for the health and well-being of all people.

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🩹 NCNA President-Elect Meka Douthit EL took her 2️⃣nd shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies ...
01/22/2021

🩹 NCNA President-Elect Meka Douthit EL took her 2️⃣nd shot!

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

📅 TODAY is the registration deadline for our 2021 Psych Retreat!Earn up to 8⃣.5⃣ CH (2.5 Pharm) in a VIRTUAL event Jan 2...
01/22/2021

📅 TODAY is the registration deadline for our 2021 Psych Retreat!

Earn up to 8⃣.5⃣ CH (2.5 Pharm) in a VIRTUAL event Jan 29-30 that's designed to appeal to nurses from across the spectrum.

Click here to register while you still can: https://ncnurses.org/events/2021-psych-retreat/

Reminder: due to coronavirus protocols, we are only allowing one person in the office most days.
01/21/2021

Reminder: due to coronavirus protocols, we are only allowing one person in the office most days.

🩹 NCNA member Julie Linder took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it ...
01/21/2021

🩹 NCNA member Julie Linder took her shot!

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

🩹 NCNA member Ann Marie Patterson-Powell took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and ...
01/19/2021

🩹 NCNA member Ann Marie Patterson-Powell took her shot!

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

🩹 NCNA member Melanie Mabrey took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use i...
01/15/2021

🩹 NCNA member Melanie Mabrey took her shot!

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services NC Board of Nursing

Kicking off our first Board of Directors meeting of 2021! Lots of important topics on the agenda: COVID-19, the upcoming...
01/15/2021

Kicking off our first Board of Directors meeting of 2021! Lots of important topics on the agenda: COVID-19, the upcoming #NCGA session, strategic governance, membership growth, and more! #NursingForward®️

We've worked hard to make sure the VIRTUAL 2021 Psych Retreat is an event that appeals to #nurses from across the entire...
01/14/2021
2021 Psych Retreat

We've worked hard to make sure the VIRTUAL 2021 Psych Retreat is an event that appeals to #nurses from across the entire profession.

With 8️⃣.5️⃣ CH (2️⃣.5️⃣pharm) available on January 29 & 30, a spectacular agenda, and a great group of exhibitors, this is sure to be one of the best nursing events around under the current socially distant protocols!

➡ Register online at https://ncnurses.org/events/2021-psych-retreat/. Registration deadline is January 22 - so make plans now to join us! ⬅

#NursingForward®

January 29-30, 2021 Virtual   8.5 CH (2.5 Pharm) Gain knowledge of current issues in the Psychiatric/Mental Health specialty including best practices, new or innovative treatment therapies, and gain an underst

Congrats to NCNA member Rep. Donna White! #NCGA #ncpol #NursingForward®
01/14/2021

Congrats to NCNA member Rep. Donna White! #NCGA #ncpol #NursingForward®

Representative White is pleased to announce that during the 2021-2022 Opening Day Session she was giving the Gavels for Health and Health & Human Services Appropriations.

🩹 NCNA member Torica Fuller took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it...
01/12/2021

🩹 NCNA member Torica Fuller took her shot!

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

Today, the North Carolina Nurses Association sent an open letter to Governor Roy Cooper, asking for stronger restriction...
01/08/2021

Today, the North Carolina Nurses Association sent an open letter to Governor Roy Cooper, asking for stronger restrictions in the face of rapidly rising coronavirus cases across the state.

“Nurses need help. Other healthcare workers need help. The patients flooding our facilities need help,” said the joint statement from NCNA President Dennis Taylor and NCNA CEO Tina Gordon.

The letter explains that while nurses understand and appreciate the economic pressures facing Governor Cooper, current restrictions have not been sufficient. COVID-19 continues to spread at an alarming rate and the amount of non-compliance with current protocols demands more forceful restrictions.

Please click here to read the full statement: https://ncnurses.org/about-ncna/latest-news/ncna-letter-to-gov-roy-cooper/

#NursingForward®

🩹 NCNA member Jolene Cannady took her shot! #ThisIsTheWayHave you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and...
01/07/2021

🩹 NCNA member Jolene Cannady took her shot!

#ThisIsTheWay

Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

🩹 NCNA member Michelle Taylor Skipper took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we ...
01/05/2021

🩹 NCNA member Michelle Taylor Skipper took her shot! Have you gotten yours, yet?

📸 Drop a picture in the replies and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot NC Department of Health and Human Services

NCNA President Elect Meka Douthit EL has officially joined the ranks of those getting #coronavirus vaccinations! Have yo...
12/29/2020

NCNA President Elect Meka Douthit EL has officially joined the ranks of those getting #coronavirus vaccinations!

Have you gotten your shot, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the comments and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media! #NursingForward® #TakeYourShot

🩹 One step closer! NCNA President Dennis Taylor got his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine today. Have you gotten you...
12/23/2020

🩹 One step closer! NCNA President Dennis Taylor got his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine today.

Have you gotten your shot, yet? 📸 Drop a picture in the comments and we may use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

#NursingForward® #TakeYourShot

In the Year of the Nurse & Midwife, as we continue facing a global pandemic, #nurses are leading the way! According to G...
12/22/2020

In the Year of the Nurse & Midwife, as we continue facing a global pandemic, #nurses are leading the way! According to Gallup, nurses earned a record 89% very high/high score on their annual ranking of the most honest and ethical professions. This is the 1️⃣9️⃣th consecutive year that nurses have topped the rankings.

CONGRATS to each and every one of you. We deeply appreciate everything you're doing to lead #NursingForward®!

Read more here: https://news.gallup.com/poll/328136/ethics-ratings-rise-medical-workers-teachers.aspx

NEW: nearly 60% of the NCNA members who responded to our survey said they are already willing to take a COVID-19 vaccine...
12/16/2020
Taking Their Shot: Survey Shows NC Nurses Ready to be Vaccinated and Discuss with Patients

NEW: nearly 60% of the NCNA members who responded to our survey said they are already willing to take a COVID-19 vaccine, with 17% saying they are not willing to be vaccinated quite yet.

“I am encouraged by what I see here. It is critical that nurses take a leadership role in the deployment of the vaccine because patients look to us. They trust our motives and our advice,” NCNA President Dennis Taylor, DNP, ACNP-BC. “I urge all nurses to follow the science behind vaccinations as we have with masks.”

Read our full news release here: https://ncnurses.org/about-ncna/latest-news/taking-their-shot-survey-shows-nc-nurses-ready-to-be-vaccinated-and-discuss-with-patients/

A few highlights include:
• These numbers are significantly different from an October American Nurses Association survey indicating only 34% of nurses nationwide would consider getting vaccinated at that point.
• Of the NCNA members who say they are unwilling to be vaccinated, the vast majority of respondents appear to be taking a wait-and-see approach, rather than objecting to the vaccine outright.
• Some nurses say they are concerned about misinformation and disinformation surrounding the vaccine and coronavirus in general.
• Nurses across the state are overworked, concerned about their own safety and that of their families, and they need more support as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

#NursingForward®

For Immediate Release December 16, 2020 RALEIGH, NC – With COVID-19 vaccinations getting underway, nurses appear to be ready to help ensure North Carolina’s deployment is effective and successful. The North

Tune in to "The State of Things" on WUNC today at noon! NCNA President Dennis Taylor and NCNA members Schquthia Peacock ...
12/09/2020
The State of Things

Tune in to "The State of Things" on WUNC today at noon! NCNA President Dennis Taylor and NCNA members Schquthia Peacock and Audrey Snyder will all be talking about the emotional, mental and physical toll of the COVID-19 crisis on North Carolina's nurses.

Info on how to listen live here: https://www.wunc.org/programs/state-things

The State of Things is a live program hosted by Frank Stasio devoted to bringing the issues, personalities, and places of North Carolina to our listeners.

WATCH LIVE: Task force discusses NC's health care coverageNCNA CEO Tina Gordon is participating in this, as are our 3 me...
12/04/2020
Task force discusses NC's health care coverage :: WRAL.com

WATCH LIVE: Task force discusses NC's health care coverage

NCNA CEO Tina Gordon is participating in this, as are our 3 members in the #NCGA: Rep. Carla Cunningham, Rep. Donna White, & Rep. Gale Adcock.

http://wral.com/19414055 via WRAL TV

Gov. Roy Cooper spoke Friday at the first meeting of the North Carolina Council for Health Care Coverage, charged with reviewing the state of health care coverage in the state.

12/02/2020
Behind Every Nurse

It has been a tough year and we still face challenges over the next few months. But nurses are resilient, a vaccine is on the way, and we are going to get through this together!

We see you. We appreciate you. We are here for you. Because behind every nurse...is NCNA.

#NursingForward®

📦📦📦 FREE SHIPPING for #CyberMonday! Take advantage of our last deal of 2020 and add a little #NursingForward® to your ho...
11/30/2020

📦📦📦 FREE SHIPPING for #CyberMonday! Take advantage of our last deal of 2020 and add a little #NursingForward® to your holiday shopping list. Click here to save 💲 today: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/ncna/

🎁 ATTENTION HOLIDAY SHOPPERS 🎁Everything at NCNA's merch store is 2️⃣5️⃣% off TODAY ONLY! Take advantage of our #BlackFr...
11/27/2020

🎁 ATTENTION HOLIDAY SHOPPERS 🎁

Everything at NCNA's merch store is 2️⃣5️⃣% off TODAY ONLY! Take advantage of our #BlackFriday sale to add a little #NursingForward® to your holiday shopping lists: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/ncna/

🎁 Get ready to add a little #NursingForward® to your holiday shopping list! 🎁NCNA's merch store will have some great dea...
11/24/2020

🎁 Get ready to add a little #NursingForward® to your holiday shopping list! 🎁

NCNA's merch store will have some great deals on #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday! Click here to start browsing and adding items to your cart today: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/ncna/

To help the public better understand the threat of coronavirus as we head into the holiday season, the NC Department of ...
11/19/2020

To help the public better understand the threat of coronavirus as we head into the holiday season, the NC Department of Health and Human Services unveiled a new color-coded alert system this week. The yellow/orange/red categories indicate the danger of community spread – and the impact on hospitals – in each county. Go here to read more:https://files.nc.gov/covid/documents/dashboard/COVID-19-County-Alert-System-Report.pdf

🗳 Thanks to all the North Carolina nurses who have already voted, or are planning to vote today! And good luck to the FI...
11/03/2020

🗳 Thanks to all the North Carolina nurses who have already voted, or are planning to vote today! And good luck to the FIVE nurses running for seats in the North Carolina General Assembly this cycle:⁣

House: ⁣
• Rep. Gale Adcock ⁣
• Rep. Carla Cunningham⁣
• Diane Wheatley⁣
• Rep. Donna White⁣

Senate:⁣
• Donna Lake⁣

#NursesVote #ElectionDay #NCGA #ncpol⁣

#NursingForward®

Hit us with your "I VOTED" stickers! Add your pic in the comments or tag us and we might use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or...
10/30/2020

Hit us with your "I VOTED" stickers! Add your pic in the comments or tag us and we might use it in the Tar Heel Nurse or on social media!

Important dates:

🗳 Oct 31: last day of in-person Early Voting. Last day to return Absentee Ballots to Early Voting sites. Find your site here: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/OSSite/

🗳 Nov 3: #ElectionDay! If you're voting in-person, find your polling place here: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/PPLkup/. All Absentee Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked by this date -- but we recommend returning them by hand or voting in-person at this point.

Photo credit: NCNA member Jaimee Watts. Thanks for helping lead #NursingForward®!

#NursesVote

Just a few days left of in-person Early Voting in NC! Times may vary, so visit the N.C. State Board of Elections website...
10/28/2020
One-Stop Voting Sites

Just a few days left of in-person Early Voting in NC! Times may vary, so visit the N.C. State Board of Elections website for more info here: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/OSSite/

🗳 If you requested an Absentee Ballot, you can drop it off at Early Voting sites through 10/31 or at your County Board of Elections through 11/3.

If you CANNOT drop it off in person and still need to send in your absentee ballot, experts suggest taking it to the post office ASAP. Ask the clerk to "hand cancel" & use Priority Mail - but you will still run the risk of not making it by the 11/6 deadline. We HIGHLY recommend trying to avoid mailing in your ballot at this point. If there's any way to vote in-person -- either early or on Election Day -- that is the safest way to ensure your ballot is counted.

#NursingForward® #NursesVote

🗳 TODAY is the last day to request an absentee ballot in North Carolina! Click here to submit your request: https://vote...
10/27/2020

🗳 TODAY is the last day to request an absentee ballot in North Carolina!

Click here to submit your request: https://votebymail.ncsbe.gov/app/home

All absentee ballots must be postmarked by November 3 and *received* no later than November 6. We encourage you to send in your ballots early or drop them off at your County Board of Elections ahead of time to ensure your vote is counted!

#NursingForward® #NursesVote #ncpol #ncga

10/23/2020

The NC Board of Nursing has issued a scam alert re: phone calls about pending investigations & reinstatement.

Note that the NCBON never calls nurses about such matters, nor do they request personal bank account information. Be wary of any calls you receive that seem off!

Check out our latest Member Spotlight to learn a little more about NCNA member Chester C. Farley, BSN, RNC-MNN: https://...
10/22/2020

Check out our latest Member Spotlight to learn a little more about NCNA member Chester C. Farley, BSN, RNC-MNN: https://www.ncnurses.org/networking/get-involved/member-spotlight/

Chester’s Advice for #NewNurses: "Be accountable for your actions. We are human and mistakes will happen. Own up to your decisions and actions and learn from your mistakes. Trying to hide or cover up an error can be detrimental in some situations. Upholding the integrity of nursing (doing the right thing every time even when no one is watching) will keep you and your patients safe!"

Thanks for all you do to help lead #NursingForward®, Chester!

📅 Tuesday, October 27⏰ 11:15am🔗 https://ncnurses.org/events/calendar-at-a-glance/call-with-governor-cooper-and-secretary...
10/21/2020

📅 Tuesday, October 27
⏰ 11:15am
🔗 https://ncnurses.org/events/calendar-at-a-glance/call-with-governor-cooper-and-secretary-cohen/

NCNA members - register today! We are hosting a live call with Governor Roy Cooper and NC Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, specifically focused on the ways the pandemic continues to impact #nurses in #NorthCarolina. This special conversation will tackle important topics such as an unpredictable flu season coupled with the threat of rising cases of COVID-19. #NursingForward®

🗳️ Today is the first day of in-person early voting in #NC! Click here to find out all you need to know from the N.C. St...
10/15/2020

🗳️ Today is the first day of in-person early voting in #NC!

Click here to find out all you need to know from the N.C. State Board of Elections: https://www.ncsbe.gov/voting/vote-early-person

#NursesVote #VOTE #VoteEarly #ncpol #NursingForward®

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4350 Lassiter At North Hills Avenue, Suite 250
Raleigh, NC
27609

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The North Carolina Nurses Association is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission. Disclaimer: To the extent you interact with the North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) via Facebook, the Facebook site’s terms of use govern the collection and/or disclosure of your personal information. Comments posted by individuals on Facebook do not necessarily reflect the views of NCNA or its members and NCNA is not responsible for this content. NCNA reserves the right to edit or delete materials at any time without notice. Please do not post offensive, bullying, or overly promotional comments and posts; they will be removed. If you have concerns about the NCNA page on Facebook, please send an e-mail to [email protected]

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Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30

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Since 1902, the North Carolina Nurses Association has been the voice for North Carolina’s registered nurses. Formed by a group of nurses, the first objective of NCNA was the pursuit of the Nursing Practice Act, making North Carolina the first state in the nation to legalize the registration of nurses. Members of the North Carolina Nurses Association continue to be recognized nationally for having a significant impact on the profession and for advancing quality care in a variety of practice settings! NCNA leads the charge in the quest to keep North Carolina nurses on the cutting edge of nursing policy, education, practice and more. NCNA is proud to be the only nursing association in the state that represents all of North Carolina’s Registered Nurses. We encourage you to become a part of professional nursing by joining NCNA! #NursingForward®

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One of my client company 5 Star Medical Staffing, LLC is urgently looking to fill in the following positions on an urgent basis. 1. Licensed practical Nurses 2. Licensed Vocational Nurses State: North Carolina For more details please check company Website: https://lnkd.in/eEvCAXu Education: Post-Secondary Certificate - awarded for training completed after high school (for example, in Personnel Services, Engineering-related Technologies, Vocational Home Economics, Construction Trades, Mechanics and Repairers, Precision Production Trades) Some College Courses Associate's Degree (or other 2-year degree) Pay Rate: CNA – Starting Rate at $18/hr LPN – Starting Rate at $30/hr Medication Aide/Tech – Starting Rate $20/hr ** Work Week runs from Sunday to Saturday ** Staff is paid Weekly (Every Friday) – direct deposit is offered At this time there is an offer of Health Care benefits – There is an option of 401k after 90 days of employment. Interested candidates may send their resume at [email protected] please feel free to contact me for more job and work details. # #jobs #registerednurse #nursing #career #nowhiring #licensednurses #medical #healthcare #lpnjobs #lpnlife
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Good Morning; 11/28/2020 As a retired R.N. I wonder at the predictions that when the vaccine is ready, health care professionals will be so overwhelmed with expected Holiday surge in Covid patients, they will not be available to vaccinate the public. I wonder, watching the News every morning, why no one has thought of pulling retired nurses, active license or not, who would surely volunteer in droves to vaccinate people – it is not a complicated procedure or one that a recently retired nurse has likely forgotten. I don’t have a voice or platform in which I can present a solution, but I know Nurses Association do and hope they will. I am sending this email to as many associations as I can in that hope. Kindest Regards Penny Weigel, R.N. [email protected]
Hi there! My name is Angelina and I'm a senior writer at New York Magazine. First off, thank you all for your invaluable, heroic work during this pandemic. I'm writing a story about the experience of nurses working in COVID-19 ICUs, including challenges most people don't know about such as dealing with COVID-19 patients and family members who are skeptical of the disease (or don't believe in it at all.) I really want to draw attention to these obstacles so readers understand the challenging situation nurses face. I think it's a topic that hasn't gotten the coverage it deserves. If anyone is willing to speak, please send me a DM. I can protect your privacy if needed. Looking forward to hearing from some of you and thanks again for all your work.