Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

Guidelines

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Gain an overview of the most compelling evidence about diversity; understanding it, accepting the differences it brings to work settings, and finally, to seeking and embracing diversity.

This guideline focuses on recommendations for adults, aged 18 years and older, who have reached the part of the illness trajectory that includes the last days and hours of life.

This guideline has been developed to address the question of how to assess and manage people with substance use disorders. It provides evidence-based recommendations to all nurses and the interprofessional team who...

This guideline assists nurses working with youth in a variety of practice settings,including schools, public health units, community health centres, adolescent clinics, hospitals, and in family practice.

Effective nursing practice is dependent on an effective therapeutic relationship between the nurse and the client. This guideline addresses the qualities and capacities of an effective therapeutic relationship, the state...

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