NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Good evening beautiful nurses. There are several notable events that you should take a look at in this weeks newsletter February 22nd 2015. They include CNSA awards, the most stylish nursing apparel you could ever ask for, Nurse-Entries needed for their steering committee, Town Halls, and public forums on antibiotic experience!

 

Good things (may) come in small packages and though this newsletter is only two pages I recommend you take a look at it. With respect to the interesting articles that were found, we have one on a mental health first aid course in Nova Scotia; parents experiences of vaccine discussions with HCPs; undergraduate education; and bachelor degree trained nurses impacts on patient outcomes and hospital profits.

 

So take a look and take your mind off the stresses in your life. Sit back and enjoy the NGSA Newsletter.

 

Cheers!!!!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Hello wonderful health care professionals! February 15th 2015 newsletter this will be one of our shortest and sweetest newsletters. We’re still looking for nurses to please please help with our speed nursing event so if you know anyone who might be interested please spread the word!

In other news, we have articles on Measles, c-difficile, the actual supreme ruling on assisted suicide, and a literature review on adolescent dating violence.

Last but not least, keep an eye out for the upcoming conference on Indigenous Health and Human Rights on February 21st!

Have a wonderful week nurses,

 

Cheers

Eric Shamy-Smith
VP Administration

Adapted quote of the week:

Two roads diverged in a wood
and I…
I took the one that made all the difference. 

 

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

To discover the gems inside this weeks newsletter (February 8th 2015) you’ll need to open it personally. However, if you simply cannot bring yourself to do so, comfort yourself with this recipe for browned butter and sea salt chocolate chip cookies.

 

Happy week!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Hey everyone!

This weeks newsletter (February 1th 2015) brings you information on a new funding opportunity for those who have or are planning on attending academic conferences since Fall 2014. In addition, you can read about a group of students from several programs who have developed an initiative to address the ongoing outbreak of Ebola in West Africa.

Furthermore, we’re starting to slightly change the direction of the articles that we think you might find interesting. We’re going to try and aim for subjects that are less often mentioned or discussed in your coursework. This week we’re including a couple of articles from nursing journals that focus on mental health. Specifically; “nurses attitudes towards self harm” and “the lived experience in teaching mental health nursing”.

If you can think of articles or subjects that you think would be valuable for nursing students to read please let us know. This particularly applies to subjects that you think have not been covered in our studies.

Sincerely and with great cheer

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Happy Sunday Graduates!

In this weeks newsletter, prepare to be dazzled by this weeks BRIDGING THE GAP event being held THIS WEDNESDAY!

Learn about the dangers of hospital acquired infection, discover the epic experience of academic integrity, and gaze upon the opportunity of working with disadvantaged youth this summer in the wilderness setting of Algonquin Park!

This and so much more awaits you through the PDF file below. Click it, and you will be forever changed.

January 25th 2015

 

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Take a look at this week’s newsletter! January 18th 2015 Newsletter

- Flu Vaccines

- Ebola Cases

- Nurses and CAM

- Nurses choices in clinical field in early career

- Exploring Family Homelessness

- Pediatric Palliative Care Research Rounds on January 28th!

and much more!

Cheers

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Hey everyone and welcome to the new year! We have a number of important updates in our newsletter this week so take the time, fulfill your new years resolution to read the NGSA Newsletter every week and take a look! January 11th 2015 Newsletter

1) Global Health Conference registration! Sign up today for this Friday! Limited spots!

2) CFS Referendum the 15th and 16th. Get out and vote!

3) To ensure that graduates are able to go to both events, the Bridging the Gap event will be postponed so that those who wish to go to the global health conference can.

The new date for Bridging the Gap is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday January 28th from 1730 to 1930 but we will confirm as the date approaches.

4) Teacher assistant opportunities!

AND SO MUCH MORE!

Cheers

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration