Canadian Nurses Association


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Canadian Nurses Association

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the professional association for registered nurses in Canada. Its stated mission is “to foster excellence in nursing practice, education, research and management, to advocate high quality health care in Canada and internationally, and to speak on behalf of Canadian nurses on nursing and health related issues.”

Canadian Nurses Association

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CNA

The official national organization for professional nurses from the 10 provinces of Canada and the Northwest Territories. All services provided by the organization are offered in English and French.
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This education is enhanced by their clinical experience in a specialty area (Canadian Nurses Association, 2008).
Groups such as the Canadian Nurses Association, the Canadian Federation of University Women and the Native Women's Association of Canada lent support to the bill by writing to Minister ofJustice Jody Raybould-Wilson.
The Canadian Nurses Association has developed a foundation document on the pan-Canadian competencies for the CNS.
Two of the awards for nurse leaders were funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care's Nursing Secretariat, the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF); the Canadian College of Health Service Executives (CCHSE); the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), the Canadian Medical Association (CMA); and, a consortium of Quebec partners represented by the Agence d'evaluation des technologies et des modes d'intervention en sante (AETMIS).
The current global shortage of RNs was predicted in the mid 1990s and declared critical in the millennium by international and national health organizations such as the World Health Organization (2002), International Council of Nurses (2004), and Canadian Nurses Association (CNA, 2004).
Canadian Nurses Association. Everyday Ethics: Putting the Code into Practice.
Similar to nurses working in other settings, RNs provide clinical expertise and perform roles in which they have the education, experience and legislative authority to perform (Canadian Nurses Association, 2015).
Contact Canadian Nurses Association Certification program, Email: certification@cna-aiic.ca.
CACCN endorses the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) position statement on "Providing Nursing Care at the End of Life".
International researchers found that nurses are 16 times more likely to experience abuse than other health care professionals (Canadian Nurses Association, 2002).
The ideal workload measurement tool would be a valid and reliable process/model/system that measures nursing work by including the many factors that influence nursing workload and affect client outcomes (Canadian Nurses Association, 2003).
The survey was sponsored by the Canadian Home Care Association, Frosst Health Care Foundation, Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Pharmacists Association, Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Association for Community Care, Canadian Healthcare Association, Coalition of National Voluntary Organizations, Merck Frosst Canada Ltd., and POLLARA.

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