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Educating the Minority Communities About Health Issues in the State of Arizona

The Black Nurses Association Greater Phoenix Area (BNAGPA) is a non-profit organization created to address and inform the Black community and other minority groups about health issues in the state of Arizona. Minority groups in our society often lack access to proper health care. Therefore, the purpose of the BNAGPA is to investigate, define, and determine nursing and health care needs of minority groups in the state, to act as an advocate in gaining access to that care, and support the other minority nurses in the field.

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Hello BNAGPA Members, Black Nurses Association (BNAGPA) is inviting you to our scheduled Zoom meetings. Here is the zoom meeting invite for...

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Join us for this self-paced 3 Hour* Introductory Course to learn how Registered Nurses and Advanced Practice Nurses can practice Functional Medicine.

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Today, sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitalized patients. Nurses are often the first to notice changes in a patient's signs and symptoms that may indicate the development of sepsis.

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Upon completion of this introductory course, you gain an enriching understanding of hypnosis and its application in nursing.

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