It’s essential that candidates hear the voices of Canadian nurses. CARNA President Shannon Spenceley urges Alberta RNs to get informed about and engaged in the federal election.
National Nursing Week highlights nurses’ contributions to quality patient care, and provides nurses with an opportunity to celebrate their profession. CARNA President Shannon Spenceley shares some of the reasons that nurses are being honoured during this very special week.
CARNA President Shannon Spenceley tells Alberta’s registered nurses five things they can do to leverage their credibility as RNs – and one thing they must do – during Alberta’s Provincial Election 2015. Her challenge to all of Alberta’s more than 36,000 RNs and NPs is for every single one of you to vote on May… Read More
What do dropping oil prices in Alberta and the nursing profession have in common? Find out in CARNA President Shannon Spenceley’s latest blog post!
With flu season beginning, health-care providers are seeking guidance on how to best protect their patients from the spread of influenza. In her latest vlog, Shannon Spenceley talks about the importance of public safety and what registered nurses can do to protect both themselves and their patients. Read more about CARNA Provincial Council’s decision and… Read More
In her newest video blog, CARNA President Shannon Spenceley helps describe the role of the registered nurse working in Primary Health Care.
During my president’s tour, I heard from many of you about the role of the RN in acute care. Here are some of your comments that I would like to share. Also, I pose some questions to registered nurses to get them thinking about and discussing the full scope of RN practice. – Shannon
Happy National Nursing Week 2014 from CARNA President Shannon Spenceley! This is a time to join together as friends and colleagues to celebrate service and commitment to the nursing profession.