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Featured News

2020 NCCRA Symposium brochure is now available

Check it out and make plans to attend.  We look forward to seeing you! 2020 Brochure - final [...]
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Take Action to support Cardiopulmonary Rehab

On March 2nd and 3rd Amy Birling and Stacey Greenway members of NCCRA will be attending the AACVPR Day on the Hill.  Don't let their visits to all of our Congressman and Senators be the first time that these offices have heard about this issue.  Take Action Now! Taken from AACVPR: As AACVPR members prepare to take issues that are important to our profession to Congress in 2020, Pat [...]
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Have you made your travel plans yet? The 41st Annual NCCRA symposium is 2 months away!

On March 26th and 27th the NCCRA is hosting the 41st annual symposium at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. More details will be forthcoming as the brochure is completed and details are finalized.  We look forward to seeing everyone!   [...]
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The Senate bill to support APPs supervising Cardiopulmonary Rehab has been introduced

We are excited to say that a companion bill to HB4838 has been introduced.  Please check back regarding the updates to the AACVPR Virtual Lobbying tool so you can take action with this important [...]
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The Board is looking for Carl King Award nominations

Do you have a colleague that you turn to regularly for advice?  Or are they innovative within their program and constantly looking for new ways to improve their program or patient outcomes?  These are the type of folks that qualify for the Carl King award. The Carl King Award has been developed to honor his dedication and commitment to the development of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. Carl [...]
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