Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

Registered Nurse Journal

November/December 2016
Doing more for the 3Ds: RNAO’s new best practice guideline recommends strategies to improve care for older adults living with dementia, delirium and depression.

For about half-an-hour every day, when she sits down to play her piano, Joan* feels like she can cope with anything.

Her back straightens with pride as she strikes the chords of Michael Glinka’s Russian Polka. Light pours in from the window of the home where she has lived alone since her...

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Better health behind bars: Correctional nurses want to improve the poor health of incarcerated people in Canada.
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Open arms: Thousands of refugees from the Syrian civil war are headed to Canada, and nurses are helping them start their new lives.
Inspired fellows: Find out how three Ontario nurses found a gap within their workplaces and created a proposal to fix it.

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