From calm to chaos: Nurse comes out of retirement to battle pandemic

By Kimberley Kearsey Robin Morash has been honing her skills as a nurse manager since 1989. You could say her 30+ years of experience motivating...

Inspiring stories of person- and family-centred care during a global pandemic.

Reta, 95, lives in a retirement home across the street from Newmarket’s Southlake Regional Health Centre. Judy Smith, her daughter-in-law, is not her substitute...

Report calls on nurses and patients to participate in design of AI-powered technologies in...

Tracie Risling and Richard Booth, PhD-prepared associate professors of nursing in Saskatchewan and London, Ontario, respectively, have both done substantive research on different types...

Inspiring future nurses

By Victoria Alarcon For many nursing students, instructors play a huge role in their quest to become a nurse and a member of their professional...

Will it ever get easier?

By Maricel Perez Vigueras Another visit home has come to an end, and I say goodbye to my family. I look out the airplane window...

A path to wellness

Support for nurses who struggle with mental illness or substance use disorders By Jonathan Sher On an intensive care unit where nursing staff and doctors try...

Paid to play

By Jonathan Sher It may seem quite the hike from Rwanda to Western University in London, Ontario, but for nursing student Amy Olson, the trip...

Teach. Don’t preach.

Just one of the many lessons Mireille “Mimi” Mitchell has taken to heart as an RN in the community and elsewhere. By Jonathan Sher Four decades...

Making good business sense in acute care

By Lesley Young According to RN Kathryn Hayward-Murray, senior vice president, patient care services, and chief nursing executive for Trillium Health Partners (THP), becoming a...

A struggle for care

Ontarians without access to health insurance rely on a unique clinic when they need it most, but nurses are advocating for a broader solution....

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