Today, the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, officially launched public consultations on the Future of Tobacco Control in Canada. Please note the following news release issued earlier today.
The Margaret McLean lecture will take place on Feb 21 in the Health Science Centre auditorium at 4 pm. The guest speaker is Dr. Laurie Gottlieb from the Ingram School of Nursing at McGill. For more informaiton, please click here.
The Annual Grace Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Dinner will be held on June 5, 2017 at the Paradise Double Ice Complex, located on 1 Sarah Way, Paradise (off McNamara Drive). Tickets are $60.00 and will be available for sale starting March 7th . Please call Brenda at 722-9935 or Gail 745 1355 for more information and location of ticket sellers.
Choosing Wisely RNs and NPs: Want to Learn More about the Nine Things Nurses and Patients Should Question? Please click here
To learn more about Choosing Wisely Canada, please visit CNA’s website at https://www.cna-aiic.ca/en/on-the-issues/better-care/patient-safety/choosing-wisely-canada-nursing-list
The PRIIME (Primary Healthcare Research and Integration to Improve Health System Efficiency) Network is a network of researchers, primary healthcare providers, policymakers, and patients dedicated to conducting research that will lead to primary healthcare reform to deliver better care to citizens of NL.
Leadership Opportunity …Run for ARNNL Council
Would you like to shape the advancement of nursing regulation and practice in your profession? As a member of ARNNL Council you will fulfill one of the most important responsibilities of being a registered nurse (RN) - leading your professional association in the public’s interest. Why not run for election as Regional Councillor and/or nominate a RN who can make this valuable contribution to the profession?
The Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Association (NLPHA) has officially launched itself into the world of social media! You can follow the NLPHA at:
ARNNL House was featured on CBC series "Haunted NL." The piece focused on Agnes, resident ghost and guardian of 55 Military Road, home to ARNNL. To see the clip, click here. To learn more about ARNNL, come along to our Open House in June 9 after our Annual General Meeting at the Sheraton Hotel.