NTF Leaders Talk Nursing
Saskatchewan Healthcare Excellence Awards
NTF Leaders on East Coast
Working on Transition Presentation
Letting Our Hair Down!!! Thanks TFroh!
National Leadership Director Mentors
WINN NTF 2010 Toronto
Moments with Mentors
NTF Saskatchewan Leaders
Hard at Work
NTF Board of Directors 2009
2010 WINN-NTF Conference in Toronto
Liz Millett and Andrea Boyd-White
NTF Halifax Meeting
Nursing Union 2010
New Graduate Day 2011
NFT Gives Address
Panelist at the WINN-NTF 2010 Conference
Leaders Gather Sept 2011
NTF Social Media Coordinator
Attendees - London Workshop on Transition
NTF Strategic Planning Retreat, Lost Creek SK
NTF Edmonton Presents Poster
Moments with Mentors Event
Leanne MacKeen/Shannon Andre
NTF Halifax Chapter Coordinator
Leadership Conference 2011
Professional Role Transition HOT TOPIC
WINN NTF 2010
Working on WINN-NTF Evaluations
Kandis Harris and Shannon Andre 2010 Award Winner
WINN-NTF Conference 2011
Clare Currie Joins From Cape Breton
Nursing Skit of New Grad Transition, Regina, SK
Moments With Mentors 2010
The Staggering Costs of Healthcare
The Future of Canadian Hospitals?
PEI Ranks High in Healthcare Review
Dr. Judy Boychuk Duchscher has just released a book outlining her mid-range nursing theory on the professional role transition of newly graduate nurses to the 'real' world of practice. In 350 POWERFUL pages, Dr. Duchscher gives the senior nursing student, new graduate and all those who support them in practice, insights into that first year. A MUST READ for every nurse in practice!!!!!
May 16, 2013
Dr. Sheri Price is a researcher with over 15 years of nursing experience in a variety of practice areas. She has a passion for understanding the socialization and professional development of nursing students progressing through their education and graduating into this profession. Recently, Sheri launched...
January 20, 2013
On November 28 and 29th, the Halifax & Yarmouth NTF Leadership teams of Nova Scotia came together to discuss leadership development and New Grad transition support within the province. The teams came up with some great ideas that were then presented on the afternoon of the 29thin Truro...
In my third year of nursing school, I attended my first nursing conference – The Canadian Nursing Student Association regional conference hosted in my University’s hometown, Alberta. I had specifically started to dabble in volunteering this year of school, because I felt that everything was settled in my academics and I could devote more time into professional extra-curricular activities. So, this conference was the start of that … which hasn’t quite stopped!
The US healthcare industry is undergoing major changes in the wake of the Affordable Care Act, while Canada strives to sustain the tenets of the Canada Health Act. Much of the impact of global changes to healthcare policy falls on the nurse
The Basic Problem of Technology
April 23, 2013
The time has come to accentuate the non-technical aspects of personal relationships. Such a renewed demeanor will come to our rescue when our technology fails, is misused, is being ‘updated,’ or when a person wants to relate to us verbally what they do
Addiction More Prevalent Than You Think....
February 14, 2013
Supporting Nursing Staff to Overcome Drug Addiction Research suggests that the incidence of addiction amongst nurses is 10-15%, though in some areas of work this may be as great as 20%; studies have indicated that nurses working in the emergency department of hospitals are at particular
OH BULLY on that!!!! STOPPING Bullying EVERYWHERE!
January 24, 2013
Breaking the Silence: The Effect of Bullying Within Nursing Once you are out of nursing school and land your first job at a hospital or health care centre, excitement and anticipation are two emotions that you should be feeling,