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National Nursing Week 2014 – May 12-18

2014 NNW

Posters on sale now!

This year’s National Nursing Week poster puts the spotlight on nurses at the forefront of health-care transformation.

National Nursing Week 2014 poster

Buy or download [PDF, 2.6 MB] yours today.

Each poster is bilingual (English on one side, French the other).

Sold in packs of 5, 10, 25

Call for stories — Nurses leading change

If you (or a nurse you know) exemplify what it means to lead change, we want to know!

CNA is looking for projects, people and initiatives that encourage nurses who are leading change. Send us your most inspiring leadership story (in 500 words or less) from one of these areas. Your story could be featured on CNA’s website and social media to share with nurses across Canada as part of National Nursing Week. Our story submission guidelines have all the details.

Submit a story now

For further information, please contact:
Briana Seguin
Marketing Coordinator
Tel.: 1-800-361-8404 ext. 589
E-mail: bseguin@cna-aiic.ca
cna-aiic.ca

Nurses from all over the world...

Nurses from all over the world
Every May 12th since 1965, on Florence Nightingale’s birthday, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) celebrates International Nurses Day (IND) to remind everyone how nurses work to guarantee high-quality nursing care for all and, through their input, strengthen valuable health policies. ICN is a federation of over 130 national nurses associations representing over 13 million nurses all over the world. The theme ICN chose for the 2014 IND is Nurses: A Force for Change — A Vital Resource for Health.

In 2013, infirmiers.com, France’s main online source for the nursing community, chose to also celebrate IND in its own way, through a project called “Letter to a friend who wants to become a nurse.” This project attracted great interest and many contributions, which led to the creation of a report under that name.

As we celebrate IND for 2014, infirmier.com is again seeking contributions to this project in order to share it worldwide! If you’d like to contribute a letter, please contact Bernadette Fabregas, infirmiers.com’s editor-in-chief, at bernadette.fabregas@infirmiers.com.

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