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Notice of Annual Meeting
Saturday April 18, 2015, 8am to 11am
Toronto Hilton Hotel, 145 Richmond Street West, Toronto, M5H 2L2
PNEIG AGM 2015 Agenda (pdf)
Support your PNEIG and attend our AGM!
Breakfast will be provided.
Cost: FREE
PNEIG Annual General Meeting Registration
(Registration is required for breakfast numbers but there is no cost.)

Ronna Bloom, Speaker, Poet, PsychotherapistOur speaker is Ronna Bloom. Ronna is a poet, speaker, psychotherapist and the author of five books. She is currently Poet in Community at the University of Toronto and Poet in Residence at Mount Sinai Hospital. Her presentation is titled “Awake at Work” which offers simple ways to get present wherever you are and rediscover the meaning in your work.

Agenda
PNEIG AGM 2015 Agenda (pdf)
Ronna Bloom, Awake at Work: 9-11 AM.

There are executive positions open for the 2015-16 year. Please consider volunteering, PNEIG is a great organisation with an important mission.


RNAO Member-At-Large Education position
There are 4 candidates for the this important position. Please vote for the RNAO Candidates. Positions, names and bios are available on the “One Member, One Vote” site.


The Provincial Nurse Educator Interest Group (PNEIG) is an interest group in the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO). PNEIG’s purpose is to provide a forum for members interested in educational matters to network and discuss issues of provincial and regional importance. This group currently has over 700 members from across Ontario. Approximately half are from the practice setting and half from nursing programs.

Provincial Nurse Educator Interest Group (PNEIG)

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Marja Pehkonen June 10, 2011 at 3:55 pm

I am impressed with PNEIG’s new HOME-PAGE…..captures our PURPOSE precisely, with immediate LINKS for supporting Academic & Clinical Nurse Educators.
Please ensure that PNEIG’s latest NEWSLETTER, April 2010, is available on our HOME-PAGE for quick access as well, which included an array of “true-life” submissions on SIMULATION, a journey to Queen’s Park and an update on Nursing Research in Ontario……a glimpse into the riveting activity of PNEIG!
Graciously submitted by Marja Pehkonen – honoured to have served on the executive and always proud to be a PNEIG/RNAO member!

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Martine Lemonde April 25, 2014 at 2:56 pm

Hi, I am looking for information about the different roles and work environment for nurses (RN or NP) in Ontario. I am a guidance counsellor and I am trying to list the different work options for nurses but the ones that would limit direct patient care.

I thought of research or telehealth. I know some nurses have a more “administrative” role but I don’t know exactly what kind of title they hold. I don’t know what kind of training these positions would require either. Would it require to be a NP ?

If any of you can provide some information or share your thoughts it would be very appreciated.

I am sorry for my English, my mother thong is French.

Thank you.

Martine Lemonde c.o., CRIA

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Mary Guise May 6, 2014 at 6:57 pm

Thank you for your inquiry Martine. You will find the website of the College of Nurses to be helpful in sorting out the different levels of nursing – the RPN, RN and NP. The CNO has publications which are downloadable on their website that will explain those differences. You may wish to consult them at: cno.org

Working at telehealth is probably an RN job. Research can be an RN or NP but prepared at an advanced level such as a Masters or PhD.
I hope this has been helpful.
Thanks
Mary

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