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ANNUAL MEMBER CELEBRATION!
April 25, 2019

Celebrating 31 years as a chapter!
Hilton Garden Inn ~ Old Town Meeting Place, 5 Park Street, Freeport, ME  04032
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Social Hour: 5:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.
Buffet Dinner & Honored Guest Speakers: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Members: $45.00, 2018-2019 Inductees: $35.00, and Award-winners: FREE

Great opportunity to network, connect with friends & colleagues, hear from honored guests, & catch up on chapter activities!
Also ~ exciting news about our upcoming Region 15 symposium!
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You may also email

Crystal Wiley Kramlich, Chapter President: CMWileyRN11@gmail.com


Region 15 Nursing Research Symposium
ABSTRACT DEADLINE EXTENDED - APRIL 11TH

Friday, October 11 2019

University of New England, Portland, ME

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Call for Abstracts
Submit your research, QI or EBP project abstract for an oral or poster presentation at this year's Region 15 Research Symposium: "A Call for Research that Begs to be Translated into Practice"

Deadline: Thursday, April 11, 2019 (no later than 11:59 p.m.)
For more information: email Deb Kramlich at dkramlich@une.edu or Abstract_Region15@mmc.org

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Chapter News

  • We Thank YOU!

    Kappa Zeta at-Large Chapter thanks its members who donated to the Sigma Foundation of Nursing. Their donations are helping develop nurse leaders through research, education, and global opportunities. Your philanthropic spirit is applauded.
     
    A special recognition to those members who donated $60 or more in the membership year 2018:
    Cynthia Aleta Miller.
  • Building the Next Generation of Lifesavers - PowerPoint Slides Posted!

    ​Christine Lord, BSN, RNBC has shared the PowerPoint slides from her April 3rd presentation "Building the next Generation of Lifesavers".  —She discussed the incidence and survival rates of cardiac arrest, — actions that increase survival, and strategies to educate and equip the next generation of lifesavers.

    The Power Point slides are posted in the Library folder, "Programs and CEs" file - and available to all Kappa Zeta members (log-in required).

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