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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.
Dr. Isaac Bogoch has become a familiar face during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an interview with WeRPN, he reflects on what the pandemic has taught us about public health in Ontario –and how RPNs play a role in strategies moving forward.
RPN-relevant research for evidence informed decision-making.
“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
In Canada, nurses (registered nurses, nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses, and registered practical nurses) represent the largest single group of health care providers. They are trusted practitioners, knowledgeable leaders, and agents of c
More Indigenous RPNs and PSWs a good thing for Indigenous healthcare Morgan French is an Indigenous RPN from Chippewas of Southwest Ontario whose first experience of the Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC) was as a patient. French became an RPN
Opportunity is everywhere with an education in practical nursing. We talked to nurses who have used their nursing education and experience as the launching point to many different careers. While the careers of these RPNs are diverse, there’s one th
As an RPN, WeRPN Ambassador, and BEGIN case manager, Grace Felix knows first-hand how important it is to recruit and support nurses in the Long-Term Care and Community Care sectors.
We Are Reimagining Nursing As an instructor in the Practical Nursing Program at St. Lawrence College, I always ask my students why they decided to pursue nursing as a career. The most common response is that they want to use their talents, skills a