Registed Nurses' Association of Ontario


Members tweets – August 2022

RNAO encourages all of its members to use Twitter to share their experiences in the nursing profession and advocate for change where it’s needed most. 

Read tweets from RNAO members this past month:

  • Una Ferguson urges Premier Doug Ford to #DoubleODSP
  • Dana Sidney urges the Ontario government to allow NPs to bill OHIP for services
  • RNAO’s Interest Groups’ Representative Lhamo Dolkar thanks nursing student Ola Abanta Thomas Obewu for speaking out about the nursing crisis
  • Connie Schumacher shares her op-ed about Ontario emergency departments facing closure due to longstanding nursing issues
  • Kathy Moreland calls on the provincial government to prioritize harm reduction ahead of International Overdose Awareness Day 
  • RNAO’s Interest Groups’ Representative Julie Rubel shares that she is a proud RNAO member encourages others to join
  • Beth Sweeney shares a news story about a Toronto emergency department in crisis and asks the premier to take action 
  • Maria Rugg says she is a proud RNAO member 
  • RNAO’s Region 4 Representative Michelle Heyer encourages nurses to share positive stories with nursing students 
  • RNAO’s Region 7 Representative Dr. So-Yan Seto on the dangers of privatizing health care
  • Dr. Karima Velji, Ontario’s chief of nursing, says she is excited to create impactful solution alongside Canada’s new Chief Nursing Officer Dr. Leigh Chapman and RNAO

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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