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Best Practice Guidelines

» Guidelines

"Care Transitions" (the latest)

Care transitions depends on effective communication and coordination of client care by all interprofessional team members and with the client, their family and caregivers.

http://rnao.ca/bpg/guidelines/care-transitions

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Graduate programs in Nursing - M.N./M.Sc.N -  CNS with min. 500 hours in a clinical specialty.

  • Université de Montréal (confirmed) more than 500 hours.
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  • Other examples...  send us a note  ( cnsontario1@gmail.com ).

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NACNS conference in USA.

  • March 2022 !   

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CNS week, September 1-7, 2022.

Let's celebrate in your own institution / organization. 

Happy CNS week !

Bonnne semaine des ICS !

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Activity report from November 2014 to October 31, 2015.

Survey report prepared in February 2015.

Activity report from November 2013 to October 31, 2014.

Canadian Nurses' Association  

Join the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and remain a member of our national association and international (ICN).

We can now join CNA as an independent RN. In order for the CNSs in Ontario to remain connected with the national association (CNA), the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network (INP/APNN). We can join CNA directly if you have not done so via RNAO:

http://www.cna-aiic.ca/en/membership/rnao-members

http://international.aanp.org/

http://www.icn.ch/ (ICN)

If you have any questions about this CNA voluntary membership process, please contact Lisa Brazeau, CNA director of communications and member outreach at 1-800-361-8404 / 613-237-2159ext. 252(office), or 613-864-1371 (cell). You may also e-mail members@cna-aiic.ca

CNPS

If a registered nurse is not a member of RNAO in Ontario, and is not a member of another CNPS member organization, she/he can register on an individual basis to become a beneficiary of CNPS services, i.e. Canadian Nurses Protective Society. For more information about this please see the link from our website. https://cnps.ca/index.php?page=277  or  at 1-800-267-3390.