The Special Collections Department, which is the largest repository of nursing collections in the southeast, houses the records of the Georgia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Maryland, and District of Columbia Nurses Associations.
What does DCNA stand for?
DCNA stands for District of Columbia Nurses Association (Washington, DC)
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- Democratic Coalition of Northwest Connecticut (politics)
- Development Coordination Network Committee (India)
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GSU is the largest repository of nursing collections in the southeast, housing the records of the Georgia Nurses Association, the South Carolina Nurses Association, the Kentucky Nurses Association, the Maryland Nurses Association, and the District of Columbia Nurses Association.
The District of Columbia Nurses Association and the Washington Hospital Center agreed to a 3-year contract that provides new successorship language, extensive reduction-in-force procedures, and new rates for weekend scheduling in return for modest wage increases.