Roadmap to Wellness
Nurses among first responders to be treated for post-traumatic stress injuries at new facilities Nurses face an environment filled with traumatic events and stress not unlike firefighters, paramedics, police. Officials will break ground for a new fac
Space to Be
As the ubiquitous airline safety tip says, you must put on your own oxygen mask before helping another passenger. For nurses, practicing self-care is more important than ever. WeRPN Board members share their tips for recharging. Recenter yourself by
Finding Resilience in Nature
Distress and burnout have plagued healthcare professionals (HCP) in recent years. A review of literature revealed consistent reports of stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms in HCPs as a result of COVID-19¹ Support for HCPs has included psychologi
Putting Yourself First
“Take care of yourself so that you can care for others.” This is an adage often forgotten in our demanding personal and professional lives. But it’s an important one to remember, especially for nurses who play a critical role in the operation o
10 self care tips for nurses
Our 10 best ideas for putting yourself first, with apps to support.
Creating a pause
A new initiative uses mindfulness to help healthcare providers tackle pandemic stresses.
New helpline supports Ontario caregivers
Family Caregivers can now easily access information about supports and services in their community by calling the new Ontario Caregiver Helpline.
Self Care for Nurses
New resources for nurses to promote well-being By Annette Weeres During RPNAO’s 2017 provincial Innovation Tour, RPNs who participated in focus groups told us that the pressures in our health care system related to increasing workload, decreasing r
Coping with the psychological impacts associated with palliative care nursing.