In 2011, the Practice Department at NANB published a document regarding professionalism in Nursing. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive from membership. Over the next 2 years continued work was shared with membership in the form of journal articles, surveys, live presentations and virtual forums and webinars, addressing many aspects of professionalism in the Nursing profession.
Beginning Monday, April 7th, NBNU members working in the Horizon Health Network will be able to access the Work Situation Report (WSR) on the Skyline intranet. The form has been revised in collaboration with NBNU and Horizon. The most notable change is the WSR has been divided into two separate forms. One for registered nurses
When: August 4 – 9, 2014 Where: Moncton campus of l’Université de Moncton Registration Deadline: June 13, 2014 Cost: Free to attend; parents are only responsible to ensure transportation to and from camp. Each year, the New Brunswick Federation of Labour (NBFL) organizes a labour summer camp at the Moncton campus of l’Université de Moncton.
NBNU would like to give a SHOUT OUT to our REGISTERED NURSES who through snow, sleet, freezing rain and near 0 visibility made it into work time and time again, one storm after another! To the RN who cared for sick children while their own were kept home; To the RN who braved the roads,
Televised News Global News Video on Health Accord CBC News Health Accord – fast forward to clip at 5:20 Print Articles New federal accord seen as unhealthy for province - The Telegraph Journal Impact of health funding cuts will be deep - The Daily Gleaner End of Health Accord protested- Times & Transcript End of Canada Health Accord
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Health Coalition will hold rallies across NB as part of the National Day of Action for a new Health Accord to protect and strengthen public health care. The NB Health Coalition along with the Canadian Health Coalition is in opposition to Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s failure to
Commentary by Nancy Arseneau Source: The Telegraph Journal Date: March 24, 2014 The Health Accord of 2004 is an agreement between the provinces, territories and federal government. The Accord is very important as it provides the provinces with stable funding and sets national standards in health care. This Accord expires on March 31st, 2014 and
We are pleased to announce the results of the election for the Part III Negotiating Committee. The following four (4) candidates were elected: 1. Nancy Arseneau 2. Pat Bannan 3. Paula Doucet Jones 4. Norbert Robichaud In addition to the above elected members, the negotiating team will also comprise of Shelley Duggan, Hospital Unit Representative,
A nurse practitioner who’ll join the medical team at a new collaborative care clinic slated to open in the Oromocto area this summer has already started seeing patients from that community at a Fredericton facility. Lagacé said the Oromocto clinic,which will be located at the former Oromocto food bank on Iroquois Avenue, is being renovated
Nancy Arseneau - Bathurst Public Health Patricia Bannan - Saint John Regional Hospital Janet Burley - Moncton City Hospital Candice Lee Densmore - Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital Paula Doucet Jones - Bathurst Regional Hospital Jacques Lamontagne - Community Health Restigouche, Campbellton Kathy LeBlanc - Upper River Valley Public/Mental Health Norbert Robichaud - Dr. Georges L. Dumont Hospital, Moncton Line Savoie - Community Health