Paula Doucet, NBNU President, talks to Terry Seguin and Hance Colburne (Information Morning Fredericton / Saint John) about major changes to the province’s health care system. Click on the links below to listen.
The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) received an invitation yesterday notifying leadership of a government announcement regarding access to primary health care. Paula Doucet, NBNU president, attended the press conference, which detailed that effective January 2018, New Brunswick’s crown jewel,…Read more
Nurses, physicians and other health professionals have first-hand knowledge of the human cost of not having universal prescription drug coverage in Canada. Every day, they see the harm that comes from patients not being able to afford the medications they…Read more
RUNNING ON EMPTY: RECOGNIZING WHEN NURSES NEED TO REFUEL
NBNU and NANB are partnering to host two bilingual interactive workshops on compassion fatigue this fall. During the interactive workshop nurses will learn how to better understand and manage…Read more
“On behalf of the 6,900 members of NBNU, I would like to congratulate the following RNs and NP from New Brunswick, who were recognized as the Canadian Nurses Association’s – 150 Nurses for Canada. Thank you for your exemplary leadership…Read more
Briefing entitled Access through Innovation: Maximizing Federal Mental Health Funding
(Tuesday July 18, 2017 – EDMONTON) – The Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) co-hosted this morning a premiers’ breakfast briefing on mental healthcare with the Mental Health Commission of…Read more