uOttawa is putting on a study that aims to explore new graduate nurses’ experiences in critical care in order to develop an evidence-informed national guideline for new graduate nurses’ transition to critical care. To participate you must meet the following requirements: Completed your basic nursing education within last two years; Have a temporary or full …
We’re sorry but due to technical issues, online renewal is delayed until Tuesday October 19th. Here’s the link to the Frequently Asked Questions where you will find information on renewal and changes to the fees. Thank you for your patience as we work to resolve the issue. Click here for renewal FAQ
Renewal opens tomorrow (October 15th)! For a list of frequently asked questions regarding the process, click here.
”…For our health system to make it through the fourth wave, governments and health organizations need to urgently work together to support our health workers. Without health workers, there is no health care.” — Tim Guest, CNA president For the full news release addressing COVID-19 concerns and the call for urgent action, click here
CADTH has released a quiz/case study for the month of October. To participate and test your own knowledge, click here.
Nursing in Canada’s North involves overcoming many challenges every day, including staffing, access, equipment, transportation and weather, to name just a few. But there is an incredibly strong sense of community here, and residents who call the North home go to great lengths to overcome nature’s obstacles to keep one another safe. In this episode, …
A walk of remembrance will be held through Iqaluit on Thursday to honour residential school survivors during the inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The event is being organized by Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and the Qikiqtani Inuit Association. Click here for more information on the walk of remembrance