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The Canadian Community Health Nurses wants you to help develop the Draft Pan Canadian National Competencies for Public Health Nursing. These draft public health nusing specific competencies have been developed using a consultative process and are linked to the National Public Health Competencies and the Canadian Community Health Nursing Practice standards. Staff Nurses, Managers, Educators & Clinical Nurse Specialistscanada pharmacy New Radiology Positioning Accessories
Understanding the workload and visit variability of community nurses is critical to improving health care delivery and achieving transformative change, yet there has been a paucity of research on nursing workload in the community – until now.
Saint Elizabeth Health Care (SEHC), a known innovator in home and community care, has been awarded a research grant from The Change Foundation to undertake a groundbreaking study entitled, Measuring Community Nursing Workload: Responding with Innovation.
In Ontario, the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is the professional association representing registered nurses in Ontario and includes many interest groups for specialized areas of the nursing profession. Membership in the RNAO (www.rnao.org) provides you with the opportunity to be a member with the Community Health Nurses’ Initiatives Group (CHNIG) (www.chnig.org) and the Canadian Community Health Nurses Association of Canada (CHNAC).