NEWMARKET – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is urging the Regional Municipality of York to negotiate a respectful contract with its 250 dedicated Public Health Nurses.
ONA members can apply for one of 15 bursaries ($1,000 each) to assist with their continuing education under the following categories: Glenna Rowsell (Labour Relations), Occupational Health and Safety, and Human Rights and Equity.
Show your support in the Women’s March Movement on January 20, 2018!
Last year, the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care introduced the Excellent Care for All Act. Part of the implementation of this Act involves changing the administrative names of the Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) to Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN).
Nursing Week is a time to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication, achievements and successes of nurses across Ontario. This year, Nursing Week runs from May 7 to 13. Begin your planning today!
Check here for the latest information to assist you in preparing for the 2017 ONA Biennial Convention taking place December 2017.
Soon, a Public Sector Labour Relations Transition Act (PSLRTA) vote will determine if ONA will represent health-care professionals at Lakeridge Health. Get the latest updates here or visit VoteONA.org.
Learn more about Winter/Spring 2018 courses available through McMaster University’s Labour Studies Certificate Program.
ONA President Linda Haslam-Stroud, RN, urges the Minister of Health to direct the College of Nurses to revisit its decision to prevent RNs from being able to initiate the controlled act of psychotherapy without seeking an order from a physician or nurse practitioner.
Take part in this important pan-Canadian study of Nurse Practitioners’ working conditions. Complete the online survey by January 12, 2018!
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