NADONA's annual gathering of long-term care directors of nursing begins Saturday in Nashville

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"In Tune With The Challenge of Excellence” is the theme of at the 25th annual NADONA conference Saturday through Wednesday in Nashville. The National Association Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care will hold numerous educational sessions and host exhibit hours at the Gaylord Opryland Resort. Featured guests will include the Tigerettes, the seven-time women's Senior Olympic gold medal basketball winners, from Baton Rouge, LA, and Brett Eldredge, the country singer/songwriter popular for his long-term care oriented song “Raymond.”

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