Northwest AHEC was the host for the NC AHEC Statewide Meeting & Celebration for the 50th Anniversary of AHEC in North Carolina. In December 2022, we welcomed our friends from across the state to Winston-Salem for a 3-day conference and evening 50th Anniversary Celebration. #NCAHEC50th
The NC AHEC Nurse Council and the NC Community College System invite you to join us!
In preparation for the North Carolina Area Health Education (NC AHEC) 50th Anniversary Celebration (1972-2022) we have been searching for impactful stories that have occurred within the Northwest AHEC region. Check out what we uncovered on these recent blog posts and full interviews on the Healthcare Insights Podcast.
During the summer of 2021, Alan Morales, 17, completed Northwest AHEC Camp Med, an educational summer program geared at exposing students to the varied career opportunities in the health care field which also introduces them to basic skills such as the Heimlich maneuver, CPR and how to tie a tourniquet.
Congrats to the UNCG School of Nursing Students who graduated! May Commencement was held on May 5th and this photo was taken with four RN to BSN graduates. Students in the photo are from left to right: Breean Falcon, Michele Stretz, Carrie Hill (Director), Stephanie Hooks, and Bianca Engram.
Dr. John Tinga practiced Obstetrics in eastern North Carolina for 40 years and delivered over 8,000 babies. We recently had him on our Healthcare Insights Podcast where he talks about his training, the challenges with rural medicine, his experience with AHEC, and shares his insights on the joys and challenges of medical practice.
For over 30 years, the NC Area Health Education Center RN Refresher Program has helped thousands of nurses rejuvenate their careers and go back to work. Now more than ever, our state needs nurses. The program is offering a discount for the program through April 30th.
NWAHEC is hosting a live webinar on May 24-26 8:30am-12pm! Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA) is a disciplined way of thinking and acting to improve entrenched and complex social problems. Communities use RBA to improve the lives of children, youth, families, and adults. It is also used by organizations to improve the effectiveness of their programs and services.
The NC AHEC Nurse Council and the NC Community College System invite you to join us! This annual event hosted by the NC AHEC Nurse Council and the NC Community College System brings together academic leaders from all levels of nursing education.