ONA President Vicki McKenna, RN, says the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the gaps in care that have resulted from years of Ontario hospital budget cuts, RN cuts and bed closures due to insufficient funding.
The March 2021 Provincial Leadership Meeting (PLM) will be held virtually on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 (0830 to 1630 hours EST) and Wednesday, March 31, 2021 (0830 to 1430 hours EST) The Provincial Leadership Meeting will provide participants with an overview of hot labour relations topics, labour relations education and breakout sessions for each of ONA’s [...]
Updates on COVID-19 and what you can do to help protect yourself and your patients.
he Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is launching a province-wide new multi-media ad campaign today featuring its own members – urging Ontarians to take comfort in knowing that registered nurses and health-care professionals continue to be there, holding the line as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
With these themes at play, social workers link many complex issues behind the scenes to ensure that their clients get the access they require to receive the best care and access to service as possible.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association has filed an urgent judicial review application to seek changes to directives to recognize and protect against the grave risks to health-care workers from COVID-19 – including aerosol and asymptomatic transmission.
Each year communities and organizations across Canada take time in March to recognize the hard work, dedication and compassion of social workers.
Over a career, change is quite common. It could come from switching employers, choosing a new career path, or any number of other situations. While your working circumstances may change, the need to be ready for retirement doesn’t and that’s one of the reasons your HOOPP pension is so valuable.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is calling on Ontario’s Minister of Health to take immediate action to maintain the role of Care Coordinators and ensure that quality home and community care remains public.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association – which represents 68,000 registered nurses and health-care professionals, as well as more than18,000 nursing students – joins the call for paid sick leave for all workers.