Karimah Alidina email@example.com President
Katarina Busija firstname.lastname@example.org Past President
Joyce Salil email@example.com Membership ENO and Workplace Liaison ENO
Alisha Aggarwal firstname.lastname@example.org Workplace Liaison ENO
Sarah Telfer email@example.com Co-Policy and Political Action ENO
Leanne Siracusa firstname.lastname@example.org Co-Policy and Political Action ENO
Amy Hunter email@example.com, Communications ENO
Susan McIntyre firstname.lastname@example.org Finance ENO
Opal Robinson email@example.com Social Media ENO
Lynn Budgell firstname.lastname@example.org Member at Large ENO
Michelle Farah email@example.com Member at Large ENO
Hazelynn Kinney firstname.lastname@example.org Member at Large ENO
John Balcom email@example.com Member at Large ENO
Region 4 Rep: Veronique Boscart vboscart@RNAO.ca, BOD Representative
Student Liaison: Vacant
We are now inviting nominations for the Halton Chapter executive for the term of office, December 1, 2014–2016. A position on the Halton Chapter executive is a great way to become engaged with nursing colleagues in your area – nurses who welcome the collaborative and networking efforts of their local colleagues; nurses who also may feel ‘distant’ from their colleagues, or who feel disillusioned and need peer support.
A lot of activity has happened in the Chapter since the Spring. Stay on top of what is happening with the fall newsletter.
Here's the latest update on Chapter activities. Enjoy the read. Hope you can join us for nursing week celebrations. See details in the attached newsletter.
Free RNAO memberships for New Graduates
Please forward this message to students from the class of 2014 to welcome them to nursing!
We have a limited number of new graduate memberships and want to make sure grads sign up for them ASAP.
New graduate Registered Nurses can now join RNAO and have their membership paid for by HUB International, RNAO's Home and Auto Insurance affinity partner.
Tilda Shalof is a patient advocate, a nurse leader, a public speaker, a media commentator and the author of six books about her experiences over 28 years as both a nurse and a patient. Three years ago Tilda's fifth book, Opening My Heart: A Journey from Nurse to Patient and Back Again, chronicled her own journey as a patient undergoing open-heart surgery, from diagnosis with all its fears and concerns, to the Operating Room, the Intensive Care Unit, the cardiac ward, recovery at home, rehabilitation and finally her return to work.