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Cheryl Brumfield

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West Virginia Nurses Association

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West Virginia Nurses Association

1 2 Kanawha Blvd East

Charleston, West Virginia,25311

United States

Company Description

The WVNA is a Constituent Member Association of the American Nurses Association. Our Mission: To empower the diverse voice of nurses in all settings toward unified focus of nursing knowledge, skill, and ability to promote the health & well-being of all West ...more

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Timesizing News 2/21-3/01/2004

timesizing.com [cached]

West Virginia Nurses Association member Cheryl Brumfield said the law should help recruitment and ease the state's shortage of both licensed professional and registered nurses.
"This will help keep students in nursing because they'll have security that they won't be stressed beyond their capabilities," Brumfield said.


Wise signs law to bar forcing nurses to work overtime | Seachange Bulletin

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West Virginia Nurses Association member Cheryl Brumfield said the law should help recruitment and ease the state's shortage of both licensed professional and registered nurses."This will help keep students in nursing because they'll have security that they won't be stressed beyond their capabilities," Brumfield said.


National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses

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West Virginia Nurses Association member Cheryl Brumfield said the law should help recruitment and ease the state's shortage of both licensed professional and registered nurses.


Newsday.com

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West Virginia Nurses Association member Cheryl Brumfield said the law should help recruitment and ease the state's shortage of both licensed professional and registered nurses. "This will help keep students in nursing because they'll have security that they won't be stressed beyond their capabilities," Brumfield said.


WTAP News

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Salaries in some areas are not very good," said Cheryl Brumfield of the West Virginia Nurses Association. In addition, Brumfield said the supply of nurses in some areas of the state is also not very good.She believes lawmakers could ease the pain of these issues with scholarships, loan forgiveness and a program to keep nurses in the state. Copyright © 2002Benedek Interactive Media, LLC.Click here for Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


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