Archive for January, 2002

Edmonton Nursing Attendants Fill Health-Care Gap
Edmonton Nursing Attendants Fill Health-Care Gap

The almost insatiable demand for nursing attendant (NA) graduates in all types of medical institutions in the Edmonton area, as demonstrated by a newly launched 16-week program in the city, suggests that big staffing changes may be in the offing ...

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A Recruitment Approach with a Retention Reward
A Recruitment Approach with a Retention Reward

Early funding opportunities accessed once matched by CaRMS can provide up to $70,000 to a family practice resident who accepts a return in service bursary for three consecutive years with similar packages being offered to specialists. Honoring the return in ...

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What Colour Is Your Leadership Style?
What Colour Is Your Leadership Style?

An organization's most important resource is its staff. How many organizations truly believe this and are doing everything they can to nurture the professional and personal development of their employees? Toronto Rehabilitation Institute took this issue to heart when last spring ...

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Baycrest’s Nursing Centre of Excellence: Restoring the Heart and Soul of Nursing
Baycrest’s Nursing Centre of Excellence: Restoring
the Heart and Soul of Nursing

Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care is trying hard to take nurses back to the heart of what they love to do. That heart - relationships with clients - has been undermined by hospital restructuring in the province based on measuring ...

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CARE for Internationally Trained Nurses
CARE for Internationally Trained Nurses

A new, 'home-grown' approach to addressing the nursing shortage in Ontario is off to a great start. The Creating Access to Regulated Employment (CARE) for Nurses project has enrolled over 60 internationally educated nurses living in Ontario in a unique ...

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The Manager as Career Coach
The Manager as Career Coach

The current climate of rapid change within health care poses challenges for managers, staff and organizations. Organizations that focus on the human side of change, those that are supportive and assist their employees in being proactive and taking charge of ...

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