Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Members’ tweets – July 2022

Twitter is one of the social media platforms that RNAO members use to engage with the nursing community and call for necessary changes to improve health for all. Every tweet helps to raise nurses’ collective voice, and RNAO encourages all members to join the discussion about their profession on Twitter. 

Read tweets from RNAO members this past month:

  • Dr. Angela Cooper Brathwaite calls on the prime minister and premier to improve health care by increasing its funding 
  • Josalyn Radcliffe calls for action to address the nursing crisis and alleviate pressures on nurses
  • Regina Elliott congratulates Dr. Karima Velji on being appointed Ontario’s new chief nursing officer
  • Gisele Guenard on how NPs need to be featured in the media more often
  • Julie Rubel encourages RNAO members to participate in the annual Fall Tour event
  • Lhamo Dolkar on RNAO sounding the alarm on the health-care crisis
  • Dr. Alicia Moonesar congratulates Dr. Claudette Holloway on becoming RNAO’s 57th president

For more information on how to build your Twitter presence, download RNAO’s tips and tricks infographic. 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. RNAO also encourages you to follow and turn on notifications for CEO @DorisGrinspun and President @ClaudetteHollow.

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