Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

Registered Nurse Journal

May / June 2018
Ticking Lyme Bomb

Talk of Lyme disease is ramping up with the arrival of warmer weather. What do nurses need to understand about the disease to help ease the suffering of those infected?
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Better health behind bars: Correctional nurses want to improve the poor health of incarcerated people in Canada.
Against the Clock: RNAO staff writer Daniel Punch shadows RNs on night shift in critical care and medicine...
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.
#GoingSocial: The rising popularity of social media is changing the way nurses communicate, network and learn.
Prescribing change: Expanded scope for RNs holds promise to streamline patient care.

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