Post Tagged with: "Registered Nurses Assocation of Ontario"

A safe sleep
A safe sleep

Windsor NP Elyse Maindonald (left) chaired RNAO’s safe sleep BPG panel and says nurses must be role models to new parents like Hali Sitarz and her daughter Blair. It was early morning on June 17, 2004 when Yolanda Guitar and ...

Posted: December 2, 2014|Nursing Pulse|0 comments

Two registered nurses who don’t let obstacles stand in their way
Two registered nurses who don’t let obstacles stand in
their way

Lorrie Reynolds One of the first things patients notice about Lisa McKay is the set of white, DJ-calibre headphones she sports around her neck or over her ears at Pembroke Regional Hospital’s ER intensive care unit. The RN uses them ...

Posted: September 1, 2014|Nursing Pulse|0 comments

New guideline on safe sleep says back is best for baby
New guideline on safe sleep says back is best for baby

A set of recommendations aimed at creating a safe sleep environment for infants was unveiled in Toronto in February. The recommendations, contained in a clinical practice guideline titled Working with families to promote safe sleep for infants 0-12 months of age, ...

Posted: April 6, 2014|Nursing Pulse|0 comments

How are the kids doing?
How are the kids doing?

School nurses have an important role to play when identifying children’s mental health issues For Anne*, the bullying began in pre-school in Saskatoon. By the age of six, she began purposely bruising herself and tearing away the skin surrounding her cuticles. ...

Posted: May 7, 2012|Nursing Pulse, Public Health|1 comment

A first hand glimpse of health care in developing world
A first hand glimpse of health care in developing world

Seven months ago, I almost died in Nicaragua. While swimming in waist-deep water at Poneloya beach in León, the country’s second largest city, a strong current pulled me away from shore. Floating on my back, I miraculously ended up close ...

Posted: December 5, 2011|Nursing Pulse|0 comments

More News