Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

Registered Nurse Journal

November / December 2017
When nurses retire

When nurses retire

While retirement may signal a time to relax or start something new, it often comes with a certain degree of emotional struggle for those who see their career as their identity.
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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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