Michael Pojol

Michael Pojol

Canadian nurses like Micheal Pojol work in Medical-Surgical units.

Hospitals aren't the only places you'll find Canadian nurses

Jennifer Neilson

Jennifer Neilson

Canadian nurses like Jennifer Neilson work with Indigenous people in Guatemala.

Hospitals aren't the only places you'll find Canadian nurses

Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson

Canadian nurses like Andrew Watson work in a global health capacity in places like rural South East Asia.

Hospitals aren't the only places you'll find Canadian nurses

Edith Rose

Canadian nurses like Edith Rose work in remote northern outposts.

Hospitals aren't the only places you'll find Canadian nurses

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Canadian Nurses Foundation

The Canadian Nurses Foundation supports world-class Canadian health care by raising funds to advance nursing knowledge and research, and by recognizing professional merit in Canada’s nurses. For over 50 years, we have helped nurses learn, investigate and advance nursing best practices. We improve the delivery of health care in Canada by investing in nursing excellence that drives better patient care.Read More

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Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing

The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) is the national voice for nursing education and scholarship. Founded in 1942, the mission of CASN is to lead nursing education and nursing scholarship in the interest of healthier Canadians. As a bilingual, voluntary registered charitable organization, CASN represents 94 universities and colleges that offer part or all of an undergraduate or graduate degree in nursing.Read More

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Canadian Nurses Association

CNA is the national professional voice of registered nurses in Canada. Representing nearly 139,000 registered nurses, CNA’s members include provincial and territorial nursing associations and colleges independent RNs from Ontario and Quebec, retired nurses, the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association, and the Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties. Read More

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Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions

The Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) has been the voice of nearly 200,000 unionized nurses and nursing students across the country. The CFNU and its provincial nurses’ unions across Canada are young organizations – most only forming 40 years ago. The CFNU was born in 1981, and though we may not have a long history, we certainly have a proud one. We are strong advocates for our members, we promote the nursing profession on the national level, and we work tirelessly to protect the quality of health care for our patients and our universal public health care systemRead More