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Choose your own adventure – #YesThisIsNursing

National Nursing Week is celebrated annually across Canada during the week of Florence Nightingale’s May 12th birthday. The celebratory event provides an opportunity for registered nurses and nurse practitioners, their employers and the public, to recognize the contributions of the…

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NATIONAL NURSES WEEK 2018

Wishing our members a very Happy Nurses Week (May 7-13th).

It’s important to celebrate being a Registered Nurse (RN) and Nurse Practitioner (NP). Be proud of your profession and the difference you make every day.

RN and NP play an…

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NB Flooding – Be Safe

To all New Brunswickers impacted by recent flooding, please take care and caution by following the safety recommendations of the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (EMO).

Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners – we ask that you put your safety first…

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N.B. nurses union wants burnout issues addressed

Source: Michael Robinson Telegraph Journal – April 27, 2018

The New Brunswick Nurses Union is calling for a “better system” to be put in place in lieu of the nursing burnout unfolding in hospital wards across the province.

“We are…

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‘It was just a nightmare,’ burned-out nurse says

Source: MICHAEL ROBINSON, TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL April 26, 2018. 

Overcrowded…

Shorthanded…

Burned out…

Numb…

These were all too familiar experiences for registered nurse Cindy Hamilton-Tait. She expected to work until she turned 65.

Three years shy of her goal, the emergency room nurse…

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Eastern Labour School 2018

Eastern Labour School will be held from Monday, June 4th to Wednesday, June 6th at St. FX Univeristy in Antigonish, NS.

As per NBNU policy – Provincial office will pay registration, accommodations and salary for the duration of the school…

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Almost half of N.B. nurses near retirement: NANB

Source: Sarah Seeley, Times & Transcript, March 1, 2018

With almost half of New Brunswick’s registered nurses nearing retirement age, staffing shortages like the one that closed part of The Moncton Hospital’s Emergency Room on Saturday…

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