Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Members’ tweets – September 2022

Twitter is an important tool for nurses to use to raise the profile on nursing and health-related issues, and to mobilize action where it’s needed. 

The following RNAO members shared tweets in September: 

  • Ola Abanta Thomas Obewu encourages nursing students to join RNAO
  • RNAO’s region 7 board representative Dr. So-Yan Seto shares how everyone must do their part to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder 
  • Kathy Moreland shares her thoughts about Waterloo Chapter’s Fall Tour visit with Immediate Past-President Morgan Hoffarth
  • RNAO’s region 4 board representative Michelle Heyer notes RNAO’s position statement on climate change
  • RNAO’s region 1 board representative Rachel Elliott shares how RNAO is building career paths for nurses in Ontario
  • Ontario’s Chief Nursing Officer Dr. Karima Velji responds to RNAO’s free membership offer for undergraduate nursing students
  • Rhonda Seidman says RNAO membership is an important step in nurses’ career development
  • RNAO’s region 9 board representative Debra Lefebvre speaks out about the importance of NP-led clinics. 
  • RNAO’s region 11 board representative Maxine Lesage shares a photo of Immediate Past-President Morgan Hoffarth speaking at a Fall Tour visit with Algoma Chapter and area First Nation nurses.

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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