With approximately two million school-age children and 160,000 teachers in Ontario, it is clear the health and well-being of these children, their parents, teachers and staff must be central to the decision-making process for reopening schools. We must make decisions that avoid major risk to health and life, and continuously consider the impact on the pandemic curve.

    As we continue to battle COVID-19 in our communities and around the world, we must all play a part in staying safe and healthy. We also have to do all we can to prevent a second wave of this virus. 

    That’s why RNAO launched #Maskathon

    Ontario organizations now have the opportunity to join an international community dedicated to making a positive impact on patient/resident care through evidence-based practice.

    RNAO will release two request-for-proposals (RFP) on Oct. 2, 2020 for health service/academic institutions and long-term care (LTC) homes interested in becoming a Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO). Successful applicants will engage in a dynamic partnership with RNAO to implement, evaluate and sustain multiple RNAO clinical practice guidelines.