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NMNA promotes high standards of nursing practice through professional and educational advancement of nurses, personal and professional self-advocacy, recognizing the contribution of the nurse in health care, and by upholding the integrity of the New Mexico Nursing Practice Act through legislative, regulatory, and policy making endeavors.


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New Mexico Nurses Association is an Accredited Approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.


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The ultimate guide to Continuing Nursing Education for specific CEU requirements, finding approved programs, and the best professional development opportunities.


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Education - Continuing Nursing Education & Competency. For information regarding continuing education activities offered by the Texas Board of Nursing, please visit the CNE Course Catalog.


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26. As our gift to the nursing community, allnurses has compiled a list of cutting edge FREE continuing education programs found on the web. Each course listed is free and most have been approved by American Nurses Credentialing Corp (ANCC) or ANCC affiliate.


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Courses and materials for healthcare professionals to earn continuing education on subjects about asthma and allergies.


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ACNA Online Accredited Education. Cannabis education courses have increased dramatically. For a nurse interested in medical cannabis it is important to choose carefully.


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10th Annual New Mexico Nursing Educators Conference. Join us June 11 & 12 as we convene at a new venue - Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town! Nursing Education and the Resurgence of Primary Care Nursing:


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Continuing Education is often abbreviated as CE and may be used in reference to general continuing education in many different professions, rather than specific to the continuing education for nurses.


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New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) Statewide, Concept-based, Common Nursing Curriculum. In response to the challenges faced by nursing education providers across the nation, a group of nurse educators in New Mexico developed a statewide curriculum plan for educating registered nurses in New Mexico.