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We were thrilled to have more than 800 members and non-members join us virtually at our 96th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on June 24 – 26, 2021. Our theme Protecting Ontarians and Leading Change: Nurses and RNAO during COVID-19 highlighted both the incredible leadership by registered nurses, nurse practitioners, nursing students and Ontarians, as well as the role of RNAO in speaking out on key issues throughout the pandemic.
We look forward to seeing you at our next AGM on June 23 – 26, 2022! Stay tuned for details.
Closing keynote panel: Protecting Ontarians and leading change: The COVID-19 pandemic through the eyes and experiences of nurses
June 26, 2021
noon - 1:30 p.m. ET
Join RNAO CEO Doris Grinspun and a panel of nurses for this closing keynote Protecting Ontarians and Leading Change: The COVID-19 pandemic viewed through nurses' eyes. The session will feature nurses from various sectors sharing their lived experiences working on the frontlines of COVID-19. We invite RNAO members and members of the public to join us.
RNAO Annual Report
PROTECTING ONTARIANS & LEADING CHANGE: NURSES & RNAO DURING COVID-19
RNAO’s annual report is a comprehensive report on the organization’s activities and performance throughout the preceding year (2020-2021). This year’s annual report theme is Protecting Ontarians and Leading Change: Nurses and RNAO during COVID-19.
RNAO Recognition Awards
RNAO’s Recognition Awards are presented annually to individuals and groups that make significant contributions to RNAO's mandate of speaking out for nursing and speaking out for health. Awards are given out in five different categories – leadership, education/mentorship, group, student (undergrad) and member of the public.
The awards acknowledge contributions made by volunteers and long-time members of the association.
RNAO's annual Media Awards honours journalists for outstanding reporting that helps Ontarians better understand nursing and health care. Awards presented each year in the following categories: best news coverage (daily newspaper, community newspaper, radio and television), best in-depth feature/series (daily newspaper, community newspaper, radio and television) and best online story. Entries are scored by an independent panel of judges consisting of nurses and journalists.
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#MediaAwards recipients @avery_haines, @paulhaber, @BrettMitchellW5, Jerry Vienneau & André Lapalme of @CTVW5 highlighted a coronavirus intensive care unit to look at the front line battle against #COVID19. #RNAOAGM Watch their feature: https://t.co/2con8Otl1J https://t.co/Fp8d5aiCMW