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Canadian Nursing Students' Association

Canadian Nursing Students' Association Who is CNSA? The CNSA has a reciprocal relationship with Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN). Stakeholders: CNA, CFNU, CASN

We are individuals, chapters, and lifetime/honorary members representing the interests and passions of students studying to be Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Practical Nurses, and Advanced Practice Nurses across Canada! CNSA, with nearly 25,000 members, is an affiliate member of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and Practical Nurses Canada as well as an associate member of t

he Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU). Members of CNSA's Executive Committee sit on the Boards of Directors of CNSA, CFNU and CASN. We are a bilingual and pan-Canadian organization advocating for the needs of all nursing students. As a member of CNSA, you have the opportunity to interact with other nursing students on educational, professional, and social levels. CNSA holds annual national and regional conferences and offers lively discussion forums through this web site.

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11/26/2022

📣Region 7 Members!

The Region 7 - Toronto East executive team invites you to our "Meet & Mingle" dinner event at Dragon Pearl Buffet on December 1, 2022, 6-9 PM. This is a great opportunity to network with RNAO's Region 7 executive team and members while having a delicious buffet dinner!

Register by November 25th to ensure capacity. Every registration is an automatic entry to win raffle prizes! The event has been subsidized by Region 7 and dinner costs have been discounted. Your family and friends are also welcome to attend. If you plan on bringing them, please register them through the registration link
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For questions email: [email protected]

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Unfortunately, due to low registration numbers CNSA has had to cancel their annual national conference.National assembly...
11/26/2022

Unfortunately, due to low registration numbers CNSA has had to cancel their annual national conference.
National assembly will still be occurring. Reach out to your regional director for more details.
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Malheureusement, pour raison de faible nombre d'inscriptions, l'AEIC a dû annuler sa conférence nationale annuelle.
L'assemblée nationale se produira toujours. Communiquez avec votre directeur/directrice régional pour plus de détails.

The theme for Nurses Week 2022 is . Nurses week is a week celebrating the legacy of Florence Nightingale. We learn a lot...
11/26/2022

The theme for Nurses Week 2022 is .
Nurses week is a week celebrating the legacy of Florence Nightingale.
We learn a lot about her positive impact in nursing school, but we don’t learn much about her less desirable traits.
To keep with the theme, we are answering the call of nurses who were forgotten by history.
We want to answer the call that never got picked up and share their stories with you.

We hope you had a great nursing students week!

JULITA VILLARUEL SOTEJOBorn in 1906, Julita Villaruel Sotejo is most known for having developed the nursing model of edu...
11/26/2022

JULITA VILLARUEL SOTEJO

Born in 1906, Julita Villaruel Sotejo is most known for having developed the nursing model of education in the Philippines that is still used today. She graduated as valedictorian of her nursing school class in 1929 and in completing her nursing education, she left feeling unsatisfied and then went to pursue a law degree in which she again was valedictorian for her graduating class. She decided to pursue law to help change the flaws that she learned and witnessed in the healthcare system. After graduating from law school, Julita became the principal and an educator of the Philippine General Hospital School of Nursing to which she continued in her advocation for nursing education by providing improved leadership with assertiveness and creativity.
Julita left her role in 1941 to continue her studies, through fellowships and scholarships, in the United States and Canada. While facing discrimination and injustice, Julita was able to persevere through her hardships and challenge the North American healthcare systems.

Notable Achievements:
~ Became the first Dean of the Philippine General Hospital School of Nursing
Sotejo’s nursing education model is still currently and widely used

MARY ELIZA MAHONEYMary Eliza Mahoney was born in Boston in 1845. She was bron to freed slaves and went to the Phillips S...
11/26/2022

MARY ELIZA MAHONEY

Mary Eliza Mahoney was born in Boston in 1845. She was bron to freed slaves and went to the Phillips School in Boston. She started her career working at the New England Hospital for Women and Children. She started working as a janitor in the facility and slowly worked her way up to a nurse’s aide. In 1978, Mahoney attended the hospital’s professional graduate school of nursing and later graduated in 1879, making her the first African American in the US to earn a professional nursing licence (Spring, 2017).

Notable Achievements:
~ Worked to obtain equality for African Americans and women.
~ In 1908, she co-founded the National Association for Colored Graduate Nurses (NACGN).
~ Mahoney served as the director of the Howard Orphanage Asylum for black children from 1911 to 1912.
~ In 1936, the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses founded the Mary Mahoney Award in her honour.
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Mary Eliza Mahoney est nĂ©e Ă  Boston en 1845. Ses parents Ă©taient des esclaves affranchis. Elle a frĂ©quentĂ© l’école Phillips Ă  Boston. Elle a entrepris sa carriĂšre Ă  l’hĂŽpital pour femmes et enfants de la Nouvelle-Angleterre. Elle a commencĂ© Ă  travailler en tant que concierge dans cet Ă©tablissement et a peu Ă  peu gravi les Ă©chelons pour devenir aide-infirmiĂšre. En 1878, madame Mahoney a commencĂ© Ă  frĂ©quenter l’école d’études supĂ©rieures en soins infirmiers de l’hĂŽpital. Elle a obtenu son diplĂŽme en 1879, ce qui fait d’elle la premiĂšre Noire des États-Unis Ă  obtenir un diplĂŽme professionnel en soins infirmiers (Spring, 2017).

MARISSE SCOTTMarisse Scott was born of a freed slave from Kentucky who later moved to Owen Sound. Scott wanted to be a n...
11/26/2022

MARISSE SCOTT

Marisse Scott was born of a freed slave from Kentucky who later moved to Owen Sound. Scott wanted to be a nurse, but was rejected from the nursing school in Owen Sound. Afterwards, she was later accepted to the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Guelph, graduating in 1950 with an Honours Distinction (CWRC, n.d.).
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Marisse Scott est nĂ©e d’une esclave affranchie du Kentucky qui s’est
installĂ©e Ă  Owen Sound. Madame Scott voulait ĂȘtre infirmiĂšre mais s’est vu refuser
l’accĂšs Ă  l’école de soins infirmiers d’Owen Sound. Plus t**d, elle a Ă©tĂ© admise Ă  l’hĂŽpital St. Joseph’s Ă  Guelph, obtenant son diplĂŽme spĂ©cialisĂ© avec distinction en 1950 (CWRC, n.d.).

HARRIET TUBMANHarriet is well known for her strength guided slaves to the north using the Underground Railroad, but she ...
11/26/2022

HARRIET TUBMAN

Harriet is well known for her strength guided slaves to the north using the Underground Railroad, but she also worked as a nurse, cook, and laundress in the Civil War. Harriet used her knowledge of herbal medicines to treat sick soldiers and enslaved peoples. In 1896, she opened the Harriet Tubman Home for Aged and Indigent Colored People (History, 2022).
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Harriet est bien connue pour avoir amenĂ© des esclaves au nord par le Chemin de fer clandestin, mais elle a aussi travaillĂ© en tant qu’infirmiĂšre, cuisiniĂšre et buandiĂšre pendant la guerre de SĂ©cession. Harriet a mis Ă  contribution sa connaissance des remĂšdes Ă  base de plantes pour soigner les soldats et les esclaves. En 1896, elle a crĂ©Ă© le foyer Harriet Tubman pour les personnes noires ĂągĂ©es et indigentes (History, 2022).

EDITH MONTUREBorn on the Six Nations reserve in 1890 and served was a Mohawk First World War veteran. She had little suc...
11/26/2022

EDITH MONTURE

Born on the Six Nations reserve in 1890 and served was a Mohawk First World War veteran. She had little success in gaining acceptance to a nursing program as the Indian Act posed many barriers to Indigenous peoples. She was later accepted to the New York New Rochelle Nursing School, where she graduated and became an RN in 1914. At the age of 27, she volunteered to join the US Army Nurse Corps for the First World War. She continued to advocate for Indigenous health care while working as a nurse and midwife until 1955 (Conn, 2022).

Notable Achievements:
~ She was the first Indigenous woman to become an RN in Canada and gain the right to vote in a Canadian federal election.
~ She was the first Indigenous woman from Canada to serve in the US Military.
~ In 1939, she was elected honorary president of the Ohsweken Red Cross.
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NĂ©e dans la rĂ©serve des Six Nations en 1890, elle a Ă©tĂ© une combattante mohawk pendant la PremiĂšre Guerre mondiale. Elle n’a pas rĂ©ussi Ă  intĂ©grer le programme de soins infirmiers au Canada car la Loi sur les Indiens posait de nombreux obstacles aux Autochtones. Plus t**d, elle a Ă©tĂ© acceptĂ©e Ă  la New Rochelle Nursing School Ă  New York, oĂč elle a obtenu son diplĂŽme d’infirmiĂšre autorisĂ©e en 1914. À 27 ans, elle s’est portĂ©e volontaire pour intĂ©grer le service infirmier de l’ArmĂ©e des États-Unis pour la PremiĂšre Guerre mondiale. Elle a continuĂ© Ă  militer en faveur des soins de santĂ© autochtones pendant qu’elle travaillait en tant qu’infirmiĂšre et sage-femme jusqu’en 1955 (Conn, 2022).

BERNICE REDMONBernice was born in Toronto. In the 1940s, she was looking to gain admission into a Canadian nursing schoo...
11/26/2022

BERNICE REDMON

Bernice was born in Toronto. In the 1940s, she was looking to gain admission into a Canadian nursing school but black women were routinely denied access to nursing schools in Canada at this time. She later obtained her diploma from a Virginia State School. She graduated in 1945 and returned to Canada where she became a public health nurse in Nova Scotia. It wasn’t until the late 1940s and early 1950s that Canadian nursing programs first allowed Black students to enrol (ONA, 2021; UNA, 2021; ThinkResearch, 2021).

Notable Achievements:
~ Bernice was the first Black nurse to practice in public health.
~ She was the first Black woman to be appointed to the Victorian Order of Nurses in Canada.
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Bernice est nĂ©e Ă  Toronto. Pendant les annĂ©es 1940, elle a tentĂ© de se faire admettre Ă  une Ă©cole canadienne de soins infirmiers, mais les femmes noires se voyaient couramment refuser l’accĂšs aux Ă©coles de soins infirmiers au Canada Ă  l’époque. En 1945, elle a obtenu un diplĂŽme d’une Ă©cole de l’État de Virginie. À son retour au Canada, elle a exercĂ© les fonctions d’infirmiĂšre de la santĂ© publique en Nouvelle-Écosse. Ce n’est que vers la fin des annĂ©es 1940 et le dĂ©but des annĂ©es 1950 que les programmes de soins infirmiers du Canada ont commencĂ© Ă  admettre des Ă©tudiantes noires (AIIO, 2021; IIUA, 2021; ThinkResearch, 2021).

MARY SEACOLEMary was born in Jamaica to a black mother and white father, she was born a “free person”. Mary’s mother was...
11/26/2022

MARY SEACOLE

Mary was born in Jamaica to a black mother and white father, she was born a “free person”. Mary’s mother was known as a healer and shared her skills of traditional Jamaican medicines with Mary.At the age of 12, Mary began helping her mom provide care to the sick and injured soldiers at the New Blundell Hall (her mother’s lodging house). In 1850, she nursed those with cholera back to health using a range of techniques. In 1853, she was caring for the victims of a yellow fever epidemic in Kingston. She later returned to New Blundell Hall and adjusted it to function as a hospital. Mary offered her nursing services for the Crimean war, but was turned down. She then funded her own trip to Crimea, establishing a hotel closer to the fighting than Nightingale’s military hospital. This gave her the opportunity to visit the battlefield and nurse the wounded. She returned to England after the war with little money, but a fundraising gala was held for her in 1857 and attended by over 80,000 people (Mary Seacole Trust, n.d.).

Notable Achievements:
~ Mary and her many accomplishments were lost to history for 100 years; likely overshadowed by Nightingale
~ In 2004, Mary was voted the Greatest Black Briton
~ In 2016, a statue in her honour was unveiled on the grounds of St. Thomas’ Hospital

Each year on the Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honour transgender and non-binary people who have lost their lives f...
11/20/2022

Each year on the Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honour transgender and non-binary people who have lost their lives from transphobic violence. This day of remembrance originated in a vigil held in 1998 for Rita Hester, a transgender woman of colour who was violently murdered in Boston. On this day, we remember all those who have lost their lives due to anti-transgender violence, and we express outrage at the prejudice and discrimination continually experienced by the trans* community.
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Chaque annĂ©e, Ă  l’occasion de la journĂ©e du Souvenir trans, nous rendons hommage aux
personnes transgenres et non binaires qui sont mortes en raison de la violence transphobe.
Cette journĂ©e est nĂ©e d’une veille tenue en 1998 Ă  la mĂ©moire de Rita Hester, femme
transgenre de couleur qui a été violemment assassinée à Boston. Nous commémorons en
cette journĂ©e toutes les personnes qui ont perdu la vie Ă  cause de la violence Ă  l’égard des
trans et nous exprimons notre indignation devant les préjugés et la discrimination dont
continue Ă  faire l’objet la communautĂ© trans.

Chaque annĂ©e, Ă  l’occasion de la journĂ©e du Souvenir trans, nous rendons hommage auxpersonnes transgenres et non binaire...
11/20/2022

Chaque annĂ©e, Ă  l’occasion de la journĂ©e du Souvenir trans, nous rendons hommage aux
personnes transgenres et non binaires qui sont mortes en raison de la violence transphobe.
Cette journĂ©e est nĂ©e d’une veille tenue en 1998 Ă  la mĂ©moire de Rita Hester, femme
transgenre de couleur qui a été violemment assassinée à Boston. Nous commémorons en
cette journĂ©e toutes les personnes qui ont perdu la vie Ă  cause de la violence Ă  l’égard des
trans et nous exprimons notre indignation devant les préjugés et la discrimination dont
continue Ă  faire l’objet la communautĂ© trans.
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Chaque annĂ©e, Ă  l’occasion de la journĂ©e du Souvenir trans, nous rendons hommage aux
personnes transgenres et non binaires qui sont mortes en raison de la violence transphobe.
Cette journĂ©e est nĂ©e d’une veille tenue en 1998 Ă  la mĂ©moire de Rita Hester, femme
transgenre de couleur qui a été violemment assassinée à Boston. Nous commémorons en
cette journĂ©e toutes les personnes qui ont perdu la vie Ă  cause de la violence Ă  l’égard des
trans et nous exprimons notre indignation devant les préjugés et la discrimination dont
continue Ă  faire l’objet la communautĂ© trans.

November 13-20 marks Transgender Awareness Week, with November 20th being the Transgender Day of Remembrance. We have re...
11/13/2022

November 13-20 marks Transgender Awareness Week, with November 20th being the Transgender Day of Remembrance. We have repeatedly heard from nursing students across the country who feel they do not learn enough about transgender and non-binary patients during their formal education. Trans Care BC, through the Provincial Health Services Authority, has several free educational opportunities to learn more about gender diversity (link in bio)! This is a great way to independently learn more about the 2SLGBTQ+ community through a health-care lens, while additionally advocating for greater inclusion in nursing curricula.
If you have any questions, or would like to join the 2SLGBTQ+ Caucus, e-mail [email protected]! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Du 13 au 20 novembre aura lieu la Semaine de sensibilisation aux rĂ©alitĂ©s trans, le 20 novembre Ă©tant la journĂ©e du Souvenir trans. Nous avons entendu parler Ă  maintes reprises d’étudiantes et Ă©tudiants en soins infirmiers des diffĂ©rentes parties du pays qui trouvent qu’elles et ils n’en apprennent pas suffisamment au sujet des patient(e)s trans et non binaires dans le cadre de leurs Ă©tudes. Trans Care BC donne gratuitement, par l’entremise de l’autoritĂ© provinciale des services de santĂ© (PHSA), plusieurs possibilitĂ©s d’en apprendre davantage au sujet de la diversitĂ© des genres (lien dans la bio)! C’est un excellent moyen d’en apprendre indĂ©pendamment plus sur la communautĂ© 2SLGBTQ+ dans l’optique des soins de santĂ© pour pouvoir militer en faveur d’une plus grande inclusion dans le programme d’études en sciences infirmiĂšres.
Si vous souhaitez obtenir des prĂ©cisions ou vous joindre au caucus 2SLGBTQ+, veuillez envoyer un courriel Ă  l’adresse 2slgbtqcauc[email protected]! Au plaisir d’avoir de vos nouvelles.

CANCELLED.The time has come! CNSA’s National Conference is going to be held in person after a long 2 years. January 22nd...
11/10/2022

CANCELLED.

The time has come!

CNSA’s National Conference is going to be held in person after a long 2 years.

January 22nd-25th 2023

Theme: Advocacy: Advocating for the future of healthcare

We are excited to bring you some really amazing speakers. So look out for some sneak peeks in the near future.

Register online through the link in our bio.
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Le temps est venu!

La conférence nationale de l'AEIC va se tenir en personne aprÚs 2 longues années.

22-25 janvier 2023

ThĂšme : Plaidoyer : Promouvoir l’avenir des soins de santĂ©

Nous somme vraiment excité pour t'apporter des incroyables présentateur. Alors faites attention à quelques aperçu à suivre.

Inscrivez-vous en ligne via le lien dans notre bio.

Would you like to share your opinions about cannabis education? If you are 18 years or older and an undergraduate or Mas...
11/02/2022

Would you like to share your opinions about cannabis education? If you are 18 years or older and an undergraduate or Master nursing student in Canada, you are eligible to participate. To take part in our national survey, access link in our bio or contact Dr. Zanchetta at [email protected]
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Vous souhaitez partager vos opinions sur l’éducation au cannabis? Si vous avez 18 ans ou plus et que vous ĂȘtes Ă©tudiant en sciences infirmiĂšres du premier ou deuxiĂšme cycle au Canada, vous ĂȘtes admissible Ă  participer. Pour participer Ă  notre enquĂȘte nationale, accĂ©dez le lien dans notes bio ou contactez Dre. Zanchetta au [email protected]

Check out this new exciting membership benefit! Reach out to your OD/AD to get your verification code! You can use the l...
10/31/2022

Check out this new exciting membership benefit!

Reach out to your OD/AD to get your verification code!

You can use the link in our bio to sign up or the email in the last picture!

Attention CNSA Nursing Students and CNSA Alumni in Ottawa! The Canadian Nurses Foundation is hosting "The Night Shift" F...
10/31/2022

Attention CNSA Nursing Students and CNSA Alumni in Ottawa!

The Canadian Nurses Foundation is hosting "The Night Shift" Fundraising night on November 17, 2022, at the National Arts Center and we are giving away free tickets!

Please reply to me, Emma at [email protected] if interested in a free ticket, first come first serve!

Check out more about the event here with the link in our bio!

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10/12/2022

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10/04/2022
Please see resources in our bio________________________Sil vous plaĂźt, voyez does ressources dans notre bio
09/30/2022

Please see resources in our bio
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Sil vous plaĂźt, voyez does ressources dans notre bio

Photos from Canadian Nursing Students' Association's post
09/30/2022

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ATTN: INDIGENOUS CANADIAN NURSING STUDENTS!! CNSA is hosting an orange shirt give away to show our support and Indigenou...
09/30/2022

ATTN: INDIGENOUS CANADIAN NURSING STUDENTS!!

CNSA is hosting an orange shirt give away to show our support and Indigenous pride. We are giving away 3 shirts in each size (S-2XL)

To enter you must:

‱Tag us in your orange shirt day photos
‱Self identify as Indigenous
‱Be a Canadian nursing student

This giveaway is not affiliated with Instagram

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L'AEIC organise un cadeau de chemise orange pour montrer notre soutÚnement et notre fierté autochtone. Nous offrons 3 chemises dans chaque taille (S-2XL)

Pour entrer vous devez :

‱ Taguez nous sur vos photos du jour du chandail orange
‱ S'identifier comme Autochtone
‱ Être un Ă©tudiant canadien en soins infirmiers

Ce cadeau n'est pas affilié avec Instagram

Please remember to take time today to reflect on our Indigenous History__________________________Sil vous plaĂźt, n'oubli...
09/30/2022

Please remember to take time today to reflect on our Indigenous History
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Sil vous plaßt, n'oubliez pas de prendre le temps aujourd'hui de réfléchir à notre histoire autochtone.

Hello!Would you like to share your opinions about cannabis education? If you are 18 years or older and an undergraduate ...
09/28/2022

Hello!
Would you like to share your opinions about cannabis education? If you are 18 years or older and an undergraduate or Master nursing student in Canada, you are eligible to participate. To take part in our national survey, access https://forms.gle/zHANb9LssG5rCAHd8 or contact Dr. Zanchetta at [email protected]

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Bonjour!
Vous souhaitez partager vos opinions sur l’éducation au cannabis? Si vous avez 18 ans ou plus et que vous ĂȘtes Ă©tudiant en sciences infirmiĂšres du premier ou deuxiĂšme cycle au Canada, vous ĂȘtes admissible Ă  participer. Pour participer Ă  notre enquĂȘte nationale, accĂ©dez Ă  https://forms.gle/pwYgva5NTzsyAoMY6 ou contactez Dre. Zanchetta au [email protected]

Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology is hosting their conference in Victoria, BC this October 29, 2022The $100 inc...
09/28/2022

Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology is hosting their conference in Victoria, BC this October 29, 2022
The $100 includes a year free membership as well as all of the activities of the Saturday of the conference
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Association canadienne des infirmiÚres en oncologie organisent leur conférence à Victoria, CB ce 29 octobre 2022
Le 100$ comprend une adhésion gratuite d'un an ainsi que toutes les activités du samedi de la conférence

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR POSITIONS ON THE UOJM EXECUTIVE AND EDITORIAL TEAMSThe University of Ottawa Journal of Medicin...
09/09/2022

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR POSITIONS ON THE UOJM EXECUTIVE AND EDITORIAL TEAMS

The University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine (UOJM) is recruiting members for the 2022-2023 academic year.

We are looking for proactive and motivated students at the University of Ottawa to fill the following vacancies on our Executive Team: Managing Editor, Administrative Director, Finance Director, Research Outreach Director, Promotions Director, Publication Co-director (x2), Publication Assistant (x2). We are also recruiting Associate Editors and Reviewers to join our Editorial Team.

Applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on September 15, 2022. If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]ca.

We look forward to receiving your applications! Applications are available at: https://linktr.ee/uojm

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APPEL À CANDIDATURES POUR DES POSTES AU SEIN DES ÉQUIPES EXÉCUTIVES ET ÉDITORIALES DE L'UOJM

Le Journal de médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa (JMUO) recrute des membres pour l'année scolaire 2022-2023.

Nous sommes Ă  la recherche d'Ă©tudiant(e)s proactifs(ves) et motivĂ©(e)s de l'UniversitĂ© d'Ottawa pour combler les postes vacants suivants au sein de notre Ă©quipe executive: Chef d’édition, Directeur(trice) administratif(ve), Directeur(trice) aux finances, Codirecteur(trice)s de la sensibilisation Ă  la recherche (x2), Directeur(trice) des promotions, Codirecteur(trice) de la publication, Assistant(e)s de la publication (x2). Nous recrutons Ă©galement des RĂ©dacteurs associĂ©s et des Lecteurs critiques pour notre Ă©quipe de rĂ©daction.

Les candidatures seront acceptĂ©es jusqu'Ă  23 h 59 le 15 septembre 2022. Si vous avez des questions, veuillez nous contacter Ă  l'adresse [email protected].

Nous sommes impatients de recevoir vos candidatures! Les candidatures sont disponibles Ă  l'adresse suivante : https://linktr.ee/uojm

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Hi CNSA! Myself and an RN colleague have started a nursing education page on Instagram to help disseminate tidbits! We post NCLEX quizzes minimum once a week and do a “pharm friday” pharmacology feature every Friday - all posts are evidence based and Canadian!
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Hello everyone! The following is an open letter that represents current and past leaders in public health, health care systems and academia. This letter was dated July 6, 2020.

http://balancedresponse.ca/open-letter/

I thought this was interesting to share because these were our leaders in public health, healthcare systems, and academia that preceded us. We are the future generation in healthcare as well as contributing citizens, and we must see what we can learn from the years of experience, knowledge, and wisdom of our past and current leaders. Here are a few excerpts from the open letter to Federal and Provincial levels of government:

"The current approach to dealing with COVID-19 carries significant risks to overall population health and threatens to increase inequities across the country. Aiming to prevent or contain every case of COVID-19 is simply no longer sustainable at this stage in the pandemic. We need to accept that COVID-19 will be with us for some time and to find ways to deal with it. "

"Elimination of COVID-19 is not a practical objective for Canada until we have a vaccine. While there is hope for a vaccine to be developed soon, we must be realistic about the time it will actually take to develop and evaluate it and then deliver an immunization campaign covering the entire population. We cannot sustain universal control measures indefinitely."
Hi Everyone, A friend and I started an educational instagram page to stay connected with students during COVID19 and give educational tidbits in a fun/memorable way... it has exploded into over 2000 followers - we post (mostly) med-surg focused educational content, feel free to follow it if you are wanting some refresh over the summer!
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