NCNA

AcronymDefinition
NCNANational Council of Nonprofit Associations
NCNANorthern California Nursing Academy (Daly City, CA)
NCNANorth Carolina Nurses Association
NCNANational Council for a New America (political movement)
NCNANew China News Agency
NCNANorth Carolina Numismatic Association
NCNANational Career Networking Association
NCNANational Council on Noise Abatement
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(HSRB, 27 March 1998; 23 April 1998; 11, 12, and 13 June 1998; 9,11, 12, and 24 March 1999; 20 April 1999; 25 June 1999; 17, 19, and 26 August 1999; 5 October 1999; 7 and 13 January 2000, NCNA, 23 March 2000.)
There also are some new, younger leadership on the group's board, Sauer said, who haven't been around since the NCNA's inception in 1990.
At the same time, Chinese diplomats and NCNA reporters were hurt and detained and Overseas Chinese were persecuted in Mongolia.
All this followed an assault Wednesday on the villa housing Peking's New China News Agency (NCNA) bureau in Jakarta.
An overarching goal of Southeastern Health's orientation program is promoting a culture of safety in newly hired employees--both new grads and experienced nurses, according to Cynthia McArthur-Kearney, DHA, MSN, RN, NE-BC, manager of Education Services at the North Carolina hospital system and NCNA member.
Ella Westerby, Aimee Urwin, Lauren Goose, Cara Jessop, Lilli Westerby and Olivia Barber were picked for the NCNA Performance Satellite Squad.
MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was NuCana (NCNA), which surged 41.5% in New York after it reported "promising" clinical data on Acelarin for the treatment of advanced biliary tract cancer.
He also was the first African-American male nurse to lead the North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) as its president.
Soon after t4e establishment of the PRC, NCNA staff were told that "the eventual recovery of Hong Kong remains a long-term mission, but you need not worry about it now." Tang, supra note 14, at 117.
(37) New China News Analysis (NCNA),1 January 1959, cited in Croll (1982) p.230.