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RNAO's Official Statement on Novel Coronavirus

RNAO is strongly engaged with Ontario’s Ministry of Health about developments related to the Novel Coronavirus (2019-n-CoV). We are participating in daily ministry calls, as well as other meetings. We have been sending daily updates to members to keep you fully informed, to hear any concerns you may have and bring back answers to your questions. We have also been sending the same updates to BPSO Leads.

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Stay tuned

Stay tuned for details and find out why this February is going to be a fabulous one.

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Registration now open for RNAO’s 95th AGM

Taking place on June 11-13, 2020 at the Hilton Hotel Toronto (145 Richmond Street West), our 95th Annual General Meeting will include an exciting program packed with events and special guests.

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Celebrate the Year of the Nurse with RNAO

Help us celebrate 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and honour the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birthday. Let us applaud the vital work that nurses do, highlight the challenges nurses’ face and advocate for increased investments in nursing.

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Nursing Now Ontario Awards: celebrating the great work of nurses

The Nursing Now Ontario Awards builds on the goals of the Nursing Now campaign, a global initiative aimed at improving health around the world through nursing.

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Do you know an RNAO member who deserves to be recognized?

RNAO’s Recognition Awards are now open. 

Celebrate the best in nursing and health care by nominating a colleague or your organization. 

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Media Awards: Help RNAO honour outstanding journalists

Compelling, well-researched news stories shape public dialogue on nursing and health issues, and have the power to influence change. You can help RNAO celebrate journalists who make a difference by nominating them for an RNAO Media Award.

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Are you thinking of running for public office? Let us know

If you've ever given thought to running for public office, RNAO is looking to hear from you.

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Find your next nursing job on RNCareers.ca

RNCareers.ca specializes in all levels of nursing and health care including executive, administrative and management positions.

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Are you protected?

Civil lawsuits and criminal investigations are just a few examples of issues that any practising nurse can be faced with. Learn how RNAO has your back.

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Learn about the Nurses’ Health Program

The Nurses’ Health Program is a voluntary program for Ontario nurses to seek treatment for substance use and/or mental health disorders that may affect their ability to practice nursing safely.

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Keeping members informed about Ontario’s Health System Transformation

RNAO continues to be involved with the provincial government and Ontario Health Teams. To keep members informed, RNAO's CEO is hosting a monthly Ontario Health Team (OHT) webinar series, called Health System Transformation: Making Interprofessional Teams Shine.

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Learn about BPSO OHTs

RNAO is supporting the success of Ontario Health Teams (OHT) by offering a new Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) model called BPSO OHT. Currently, there are four OHTs participating in this program: North Western Toronto, East Toronto Health Partners, Southlake Community and Ottawa East Health Team/ Équipe Santé Ottawa Est.

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RNAO’s pre-budget response: Investing in health in Ontario

RNAO is calling on the Ontario government to invest in four urgent health issues as they prepare to release the spring budget.

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Apply for the Palliative Care Facilitated Access Program

NPs with expertise in palliative care take note. You can apply for the Palliative Care Facilitated Access (PCFA) program. The program allows eligible NPs to independently prescribe high-strength, long-acting opioids to those receiving palliative care.

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Queen’s Park Day is Feb. 21, 2020

Celebrating RNAO's 20th Queen's Park Day, RNAO members and MPPs will meet to discuss important nursing, health and health-care issues while learning about the political process on Feb. 21, 2020.

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Best Practice Guidelines

RNAO retires Subcutaneous Administration of Insulin in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes

RNAO’s Best Practice Guidelines Program is focused on ensuring our guidelines provide nurses with the latest info they need in their practice. After an analysis by RNAO’s guideline development team, we are deciding to retire the BPG Subcutaneous Administration of Insulin in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes (2004, 2009).

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Israeli Hospital visits RNAO

Coming all the way from Israel, senior staff from Sheba Academic Medical Center Hospital visited RNAO’s home office in Toronto to learn more about RNAO’s Best Practice Guidelines Program and Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) Program.

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Host a Best Practice Champions Workshop

RNAO is now accepting applications from health-care organizations and academic institutions across Ontario interested in acting as host sites for the upcoming champions workshops between May 2020 and January 2021.

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RNAO is hiring an LTC manager

Are you an accomplished nursing leader with a passion for long-term care? Do you have experience working with RNAO’s long-term care best practice guidelines (BPG)?

Consider applying to become RNAO’s program manager for the Long-Term Care Best Practice Guideline Program.

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Apply to be our next implementation science manager

RNAO is seeking an implementation science manager for its International Affairs and Best Practice Guidelines Program. The primary function of the manager will be to facilitate the development, implementation and evaluation of knowledge transfer activities and special projects funded by the Ministry of Health and/or Ministry of Long-Term Care. 

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Project Management Workshop

Feb. 24, 2020, RNAO Home Office

Understand how to effectively use project management tools and resources to support projects in your work environment.

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Best Practices in Wound Care Institute: Clinical Stream

March 29-April 2, 2020, Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview

Learn the physiological, psychological and fiscal burden of wounds.

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Best Practices in Wound Care Institute: Program Planning Stream

March 31-April 2, 2020, Hilton Niagara Falls/Fallsview

Become a leader in wound care best practice guideline implementation and evaluation.

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