Researchers at Wilfrid Laurier University seek Waterloo and Peel region nurses to participate in an ongoing study investigating hepatitis C testing and treatment barriers among people who inject drugs.
On “May Day” individuals and organizations around the world hold events to honour those who have worked and fought to ensure better rights, wages and working conditions for all workers, and to speak out about ongoing labour issues and injustices.
ONA is proud to recognize the work that physiotherapists do by celebrating National Physiotherapy Month every May.
On April 12 we recognize the Day of Pink, the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia and Transmisogyny.
Registration is now open for the 2017 ONA Health and Safety Caucus: Supervisor Competency!
We commemorate those who have been injured, made ill or killed while on the job due to workplace hazards or incidents.
Each year on March 21, the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) joins with individuals, labour unions and other organizations around the world to recognize the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
This day gives us an opportunity to celebrate the French language and Canada’s rich French heritage and culture, while also reminding us to embrace the core values of peace, democracy and a respect for human rights.
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 8 to 14. Begin your planning today!
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is proud to recognize the achievements – and honour the struggles – of all women on International Women’s Day.
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