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April 2019

In this issue: Five BCNU stewards talk about the rewards and challenges of being a leader at their workplace ahead of this June’s steward elections. Forensic Psychiatric Hospital nurses make recommendations for systemic change needed to reduce the risk of violence at the facility, and Kamloops member Lisa Grant shares her story to help challenge the stigma surrounding substance use and mental illness.


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Violence at Forensics: Nurses Have the Solutions

Hospital hit with largest WorkSafeBC fine in province's history.

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Steward Elections 2019: It's in You to Lead

BCNU members across the province are embracing their leadership potential.  

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Breaking the Silence

Lisa Grant shares her story to help challenge the stigma surrounding substance use and mental illness.​ 

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Out of Place

Workers of colour reflect on their experiences of racism and exclusion.

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Answering the Call for Better Patient Care

Campbell River public health nurses use the professional responsibility process to secure smartphones and better serve young moms.

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Updated: 4/2/2019 1:23 PM

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