Parish Nursing Interest Group AGM 2017

Two Important Resolutions for the AGM 2017

See the attachments below for the 2 resolutions and Appendix A. Resolutions will be brought forward and will affect the future of our Interest Group

 

Executive Positions, Nominations, Elections

             April 29, 2017 AGM

Your contribution to the future of PNIG is needed. Here is an opportunity to serve and support parish nursing in Ontario. As an interest Group with RNAO, we can play an important role in "SPEAKING OUT FOR HEALTH, SPEAKING OUT FOR PARISH NURSING".

Consider volunteering for a position on the executive for 2017. Contact Gloria Wiebe to indicate you intention. gloriawiebe@sympatico.ca

See attachment for position vacancies.

 

15th Annual PNIG AGM

The Courage to Nurse:  Practices to Sustain the Soul

An invitation to explore how you connect your soul with your role as a Parish Nurse.  With an introduction to Courage and Renewal touchstones and practices, we'll catch a glimpse of how to expand our capacity to listen and be present; improve our ability to build trustworthy relationships; and find the courage to live authentically. 

CNA Position Statement on Spirituality, Health and Nursing Practice

Canadian Nurses Association Position Statement on Spirituality, Health and Nursing Practice

June 2010, CNA issued their position statement on Spirituality, Health and Nursing Practice. The initiative behind this statement was the resolution put forward by PNIG at RNAO's AGM in April 2004, that "spiritual well-being be included in the WHO definition of Health". Dr. June Webber, Director, Department of International Policy and Development, CNA brought this issue to the attention of the International Council of Nurses (ICN).

Article Published on Canadian Virtual Hospice website

Article written by Michelle O'Rouke has been published on the Canadian Virtual Hospice website. The article, Mindfulness and Reflective Practice: Enriching personal and professional growth can be found at www.virtualhospice.ca

Parish Nurse Profile on "White Coat Black Art"

Parish Nurse, Gloria Wiebe, was profiled in a short segment on the CBC radio program "White Coat Black Art". The program looks at the culture of medicine and is hosted by Dr. Brian Goldman, an emergency room doctor in Toronto.
 
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