Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario

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Registered Nurse Journal

January / February 2017
What about cannabis?

Conversations about cannabis – whether used medicinally or for recreation – are heating up as the federal government works towards legalization of the drug.

What about cannabis, Amy?”

The question catches RN Amy Archer off guard because it’s coming from a 70-year-...

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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.
Out of harm's way: Access to harm reduction programs, including supervised injection services, can save lives.
Putting out best foot forward: Ontario is falling behind other jurisdictions when it comes to diabetic foot care.
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.

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