Posted January 19, 2018 06:14:06The Cross Country Nursing Association of Iowa (CCNAI) is one of the largest groups of Cross Country nurses and has the largest membership in the United States.
CCNAI has been active in the nursing industry since 1976.
In 2011, CCNAIs membership doubled from 3,200 to 11,500.
The group was founded by Dr. Suzanne Davis, who is now a certified nurse midwife and certified clinical nurse specialist (CCNMSP).
Davis started the organization with two goals in mind.
One, to provide the best nursing care possible for our patients, and two, to support the cross country running and endurance running community.
Davis has trained and competed in Cross Country running and Endurance running events.
The CCNA has chapters in both Iowa and in Colorado.
CCNAs training, education, and resources are available to all CCNA members, including members of the general public, on the CCNA’s website at www.ccna.org.
CCNAS was created in 2009 with the goal of bringing together cross country nurses and Cross Country Endurance runners who share similar values and passion for the sport.
CCDNAs membership includes both Cross Country runners and Cross country nurses.
Cross Country Nurse Practitioners (CNPs) are a separate organization.
CNPs are the first line of defense for nursing home residents who have a medical condition that requires the use of a CT scan or CT machine.
CNP’s are trained to administer CT and PET scans and provide medical care for patients in the hospital.
CNAs training and education are available on the CNAs website at cnsanv.org or at the CCNAS office in Des Moines.
Cross country nursing is a great way to keep fit and get fit, as the following videos show.
One of the CCNS’s primary missions is to educate the public on the benefits of Cross country running.
CCNS Training is a perfect way to prepare to join a Cross Country team.
Cross-Country Nurse Practitions in Iowa can provide a great opportunity to earn your CCNA.
You will be able to earn additional CCNA certification with each individual Cross Country nurse.
P’s in Iowa are certified to work with Cross Country and Endurance runners, as well as other specialty groups, like the Paramedics.
CCNCP’s can work in a variety of roles, including nursing and clinical, including physical therapy, medical care, occupational therapy, and family medicine.
You can join the CCNCAs training in Des MOHA or in the Iowa Cross Country Training Center.
You must be registered to be a CCNA in order to earn a CCNP certificate.
To learn more about CCNA I.D. and CCNA, please visit the CCDNA website at cross-country-nursing.com.
CCNI Training is available in both the Iowa and Colorado locations.
CCNNA’s can also work in other roles, like physical therapy or occupational therapy.
The following videos describe CCNA training and CCNP training.
Crosscountry Nurses in Iowa: Cross Country Running and Endurance Running in Des Moors is an excellent resource for Cross Country nursing students.
It covers the basics of running, endurance running, and cross country nursing.
CrossCountry Nurses Training in Iowa is a valuable resource for nursing students who want to become certified Cross Country RNs.
CrossCNTraining is a comprehensive resource that will teach you everything you need to know to become a certified Cross CNTraining nurse.
You’ll be able: get your CCNP Certificate