This RPN shares how the pandemic gave her a new perspective on grief.
Familiar sights and sounds are slowly coming back at our rural long-term care facility.
The progress we’re now making on vaccinations means we can look forward to stepping into a familiar but different world—a fresh start.
Though this pandemic devastated, upended, and disrupted our lives, it also taught me to treasure all that’s important - my family, both at work and at home.
A century after the 1918 influenza outbreak, nursing’s legacy remains one of endurance and empathy.
We can all agree that 2020 was not the year any of us were expecting.
The crimes of Elizabeth Wettlaufer have shone a much-needed spotlight onto some of the gaps in our long-term care system.
It’s hard to believe that my term as WeRPN’s Board President is coming to a close this year.
As this global pandemic takes its toll, nurses have faced a challenging time.
The World Health Organization, in partnership with the International Congress of Nurses, has declared 2020 the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife.
When we think back to 2020, we’ll remember the nurses who helped keep us safe.