Membership

RNAO is Ontario’s professional nursing leader. As the collective voice of 41,000, RNAO speaks out for nursing and for health across the province. Because of members, we have been able to...

Best Practice Guidelines

Revolutionizing nursing through evidence. The Best Practice Guidelines program supports nurses by providing them with the best evidence available. We strive to enhance nursing practice through...

Policy

Our policy team uses a non-profit and non-partisan nursing lens for advocacy. We focus on social determinants of health, healthy policy and creating vibrant communities to advance the health of...

 

    Exciting news!

    Until Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, Ontario nursing students studying in a bachelor's degree program (including RPN to RN bridging programs) can join RNAO for absolutely no charge.

    RNAO student membership provides an array of benefits that complement formal nursing education. Over 6,000 undergraduate nursing students currently enjoy the information, resources, events and opportunities for involvement available through their memberships. Membership also looks impressive on a resumé and catches the eye of many employers.

    Feb. 1 kicks off Black History Month, a time to recognize triumphs and reflect on challenges to come. The struggle against racism and continued work towards equality is a mission we all must share. There is more work to do.

    To mark Black History Month, RNAO took a look back at our work on diversity in the Registered Nurse Journal including information on our anti-racism policy, and our organization statement on diversity and inclusivity. Read A history of diversity inclusivity now

    Ontario's registered nurses, nurse practitioners and nursing students are horrified and heartbroken by Sunday's fatal shooting at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec. It is unconscionable that our fellow Canadians could be targeted for violence simply because of their faith. Our thoughts are with the victims' loved ones at this difficult time.

    This tragedy reminds us that our country is not immune to those who promote fear and hate. The outpouring of support from Canadians reinforces our core values as a diverse, tolerant, and welcoming home for all people.