WeRPN News & Updates
2022 Awards of Excellence
In the face of numerous challenges in the healthcare landscape, several remarkable nurses stood out due to their unwavering commitment to their patients and profession.
Driving evidence on RPN practice
WeRPN is committed to increase the body of knowledge about the utilization of RPNs, optimization of the RPN roles and the impact and value of RPN interventions on client outcomes across the sectors in our health systems. In December, the association
Board of Directors
Region 2 Deanna Clatworthy Acclaimed Deanna Clatworthy is a nurse, health educator and public speaker who is passionate about equitable, accessible and holistic healthcare for marginalized communities. She has extensive training in HIV, infecti
Dr. Leigh Chapman named CNO of Canada Canada once again has a Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Dr. Leigh Chapman was elected to represent nurses at the federal level and provide strategic advice to Health Canada. The CNO position was disconti
View the Spring 2022 Journal as a PDF
View our most recent issue as a downloadable PDF here.
Innovation Comes to WeRPN’s Annual General Meeting
On October 28th 2021, WeRPN hosted its 63rd – and second virtual – Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year we embraced an innovative virtual platform to deliver an informative and inspirational event for our members.
Lindsay Coakley: Following in Mom’s footsteps
Lindsay Coakley, a practical nursing student is the recipient of 2021 WeRPN Student Award of Excellence.
Revisiting WeRPN’s annual general meeting
A recap of WeRPNs 62nd annual gathering of practical nurses.
Awards of Excellence Winners
RPNs who have gone above and beyond.
Leading the way together
A recap of the 61st AGM & Conference
RPNAO Hosts First-Ever Facebook Live Discussion and Q&A
Online event focused on how RPNs, RNs and NPs are stronger together.
Role Clarity Road Show ‘Down Under’
Representing the Canadian nursing experience at a nursing conference in New Zealand With each passing year, the nursing profession continues to become more globally focused, with an increased emphasis on the sharing of learnings from other countries