In this issue: Members across BC acknowledge their teammates as they rise to the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic during 2020 – the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. BCNU works to educate and empower members on occupational health and safety issues, and counsellor Amanda Burns talks about the importance of self-care.
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Year of the Nurse sees BCNU members rise to face the challenge of COVID-19.
Amendments will make compensation claims easier for nurses who have contracted COVID-19
Amanda Burns wants nurses to be informed about their own mental health and the importance of tending to ourselves.
A story about a nursing student’s experience of bullying in a clinical environment.
An interview with BCNU Mosaic of Colour Caucus member Ashana Ramsay.
Three Northern Health Authority public health nurses talk about how the pandemic has changed the way they deliver health care.
Lodesha Taylor charts a nursing path from Jamaica to BC.
Cheralynne Kennedy nurtures her connection with a rural Guatemalan community.
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