In this issue:
Read our feature story on the tools that nurses now have to help tackle the problem of toxic workplace cultures. Learn how Surrey mental health nurses used the professional responsibility process to secure better technology. You’ll also find a report from the union’s provincial bargaining strategy conferences.
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Last November's Vector Group report on the workplace culture at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital (NRGH) declared the hospital on the verge of "self-destruction".READ MORE
The nursing profession is highly demanding with many physical and psychological hazards, and nurses are routinely exposed to trauma, violence and human suffering on a daily basis.
Member engagement is one of BCNU’s highest priorities. And nowhere is this better reflected than in the preparations for provincial bargaining.
For over six years registered psychiatric nurse Tina Baker has been responding to urgent calls for help alongside the RCMP. She is one of three Surrey Memorial Hospital RPNs that make up the Car 67 mobile crisis response team.
Workers with Disabilities is one of five BCNU equity-seeking caucuses. The group was established to address the issues and challenges of working in environments that are often unforgiving towards those who have some form of disability.
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