Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Members’ tweets – February 2022

RNAO members continue to raise the profile on important nursing and health-care issues using social media, specifically Twitter. If you aren’t yet active, RNAO encourages you to sign up for Twitter and start tweeting to ignite change and mobilize action. 

In February, RNAO members shared the following tweets:

  • Natrice Rees on the need to expedite the application process for internationally educated nurses
  • Corsita Garraway and Ola Thomas Obewu on the release of RNAO Black Nurses Task Force’s report
  • Leigh Chapman on the importance of the recommendations outlined in the Black Nurses Task Force’s report
  • RNAO President-Elect Claudette Holloway on the importance of maintaining public health measures and taking care of nurses
  • Wendy MacLeod shares a photo featuring positive messages
  • Nisha Walibhai on the #CommunitySolidarityTO rally and March
  • Julie Rubel on the panel discussion during RNAO's 22nd annual Queen's Park Day
  • Josalyn Radcliffe reflects on the need to continue conversations in her region about the recommendations in RNAO's provincial election platform 
  • Laura Crich on discussions that happened during Queen's Park Day about retaining nurses

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.

Do you want your tweet to be featured in next month’s In the Loop? Tag @RNAO on Twitter for a chance to be featured. 

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