Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Members’ tweets – April 2022

Every tweet you post about nursing and health care increases the profile of issues that matter most to nurses. Thank you to every RNAO member who stays engaged on social media to speak out on important topics and encourage the government and other decision-makers to take action where it’s needed most. All forms of engagement – tweets, retweets, favourites and quote tweets – raises nurses’ collective voice. 

Here are some tweets from RNAO members in April:

  • RNAO President Morgan Hoffarth shares why mandatory masking is important in long-term care
  • RNAO President-Elect Dr. Claudette Holloway on the importance of masks to protect against COVID-19
  • Debra Lefebvre on Ontario having the lowest RN-to-patient ratio in Canada and the preventable nursing crisis
  • Josalyn Radcliffe on the upcoming provincial election and the need to address the environmental crisis
  • Nancy Halupa on the overwhelmed health-care system
  • Vikky Leung shares that she signed RNAO’s Action Alert to keep mandatory masking in high-risk settings
  • Emily Rowland on doctors calling for the repeal of Bill 124
  • Beth Sweeney shares a media story featuring RNAO member and RN psychotherapist Tara Tourloukis
  • Cayden Sutherland on why he will continue to wear a mask once the mandate is lifted

For more information on how to build your Twitter presence, download RNAO’s tips and tricks infographic and check out RNAO CEO Dr. Doris Grinspun’s blog. Never miss an RNAO update: turn on notifications for RNAO's tweets by selecting the bell icon located next to the follow button on RNAO's profile. The checkmark beside the bell will indicate notifications have been turned on.

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