The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) is the regulatory body and professional organization for all registered nurses (RN) and nurse practitioners (NPs) in the province. ARNNL is currently looking for three public representatives to serve on ARNNL’s Quality Assurance Committee.
With the re-emergence of measles in several Canadian communities, it is more important than ever to get the facts about immunization. Diseases such as this are highly contagious and can lead to serious health problems, permanent disability, and even death. Vaccination is still the best way to prevent such diseases; in addition it helps protect those around us who may have compromised immune systems and are not able to receive the vaccine.
The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) is undertaking a comprehensive evaluation of the role of the Nurse Practitioner (NP) in Newfoundland and Labrador. A consultant, TheInstitute for the Advancement of Public Policy, Inc (Consultant), is carrying out the evaluation on behalf of ARNNL. The team members are Colleen Hanrahan, Christine Way, and Kathy Watkins.
In the coming weeks, the Memorial University alumni body will elect six individuals from among its ranks to sit on the Board of Regents, Memorial’s governing body. The call for nominations to run in the election has been issued and the deadline to apply is Friday, March 31, 2017 at 5 p.m. (NST).
This unique volunteer opportunity is open to all Memorial University alumni.
RNs - do you want to be kept informed about consultations on the revision of Canada's Food Guide, register for the Consultation and Stakeholder Information Management System at the address below. At the 'areas of interest' page, select 'Canada's Food Guide / Nutrition’.