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Renew your membership in November

You can renew your membership for 2022 starting in early November.

We will include a renewal link in the November issue of The Standard the day renewal opens. We’ll also share renewal updates on www.cno.org, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

You will have until Friday, Dec. 31, 2021, to complete your renewal.

An annual membership renewal ensures everyone practicing as a nurse in Ontario is registered with CNO. It also ensures ... 


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What did Council decide?

CNO’s board of directors, which is called Council, meets quarterly to provide oversight, insight and foresight into CNO’s strategic direction. At its September 30 meeting, Council discussed work to date on modernizing standards, approved six new nursing education programs, appointed their first nominating committee — and more! 

 

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What would you do?

Pedro, an RPN, is responsible for 45 residents at a long-term care home. At the beginning of Pedro’s shift, Mike, a personal support worker (PSW) reports that Mrs. Lee slipped while she was in the shower. Mrs. Lee is an 89-year-old resident with early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Mike tells Pedro that there is no need to worry; he helped Mrs. Lee get into bed, and now she is resting comfortably. Pedro has worked with Mike for several years and trusts his judgment and skill.

 

What would you do? 

 

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Spotlight

Join a committee and contribute to safe nursing practice

It’s that time of the year again when we invite you to participate in the regulatory processes that contribute to safe nursing care by joining a committee.

 

When you serve on a statutory committee, you bring your unique practice experience and insight to important decisions that make a difference in nursing care for patients and their loved ones.

 

Wondering what it’s like being on a committee? Hear from two current committee members ... 

 

 

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