1. 18-NLB Interview: Donna Policastro, R.N.P. & Catherine Dodd, Ph.D., R.N. & Antonia Villarruel, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.

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    from Champion Nursing Added 29 0 0

    "I think, nursing as a profession, we need to think creatively, we need to step out of our comfort zone, and we need to look outside of our profession, because we have a lot to offer, and we need to realize we have a lot to offer."

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    • 19-NLB Interview: Antonia Villarruel, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N. & Catherine Dodd, Ph.D., R.N.

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      from Champion Nursing Added 21 0 0

      "When you serve on a board you have the opportunity to meet and to work with intimately with people you might not have had contact with in any other way."

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      • BC Provincial Government buys Private Nursing Program with taxpayer dollars

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        The BC provincial government has ordered health authorities to implement a new ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ come March 2012. While this sounds nice, the program will cost $23 million but comes with no new money and no new nurses. The ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ is a copyrighted training and care model purchased from an organization in the United States. And since it’s designed as a research-oriented pilot project, those working on it will be bound by a confidentiality agreement and will not be able to share details with colleagues outside of the program. This Partnership will take about 55 public health nurses from current programs such as childhood immunizations, testing for STD’s and school programs. At least one health authority will be hiring a ‘workplace engineer’ to help nurses cope with increased workloads. The ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ will provide visits from public health nurses to low income, first-time mothers under the age of 25 – from the 28th week of pregnancy to two years old. That's a good thing but shouldn't come at the expense of other services and of others who need support too. A majority of vulnerable children are in the middle class so this program will deny them this once universal service. Send a letter to the Premier and Health Minister: bcnu.org/​campaigns_issues/​ visit_newmoms_petition.htm

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        • Neutropenic Sepsis

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          Much work is currently being done around managing neutropenia, a lot being aimed at Medical and Nursing staff seeing patients who present to Hospital. The NWLCN Chemotherapy Nurses Group identified a need for more patient focused education ensuring that patients would present early when they developed symptoms and that all patients would receive the same information; building on work with the alert cards already in circulation. Becky Johl, Senior Nurse for Chemotherapy, at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, led on this project, working with patients who have first hand experience of neutropenic sepsis, and have produced a DVD utilising an educational grant from Chugai Pharmaceutical. The DVD features Medical, Nursing Staff and patients stressing the importance of seeking early advice if they have any symptoms which could indicate neutropenia. This is a wonderful new tool and will be available for all chemotherapy suites within NWLCN Network and beyond For any queries please contact ; Rebecca.Johl@imperial.nhs.uk

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          • NSW Nurses Association - Edwina

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            from James Shannon Added 7 0 0

            This 60 second TV commercial was part of a campaign designed to raise the profile of nurses in NSW. The response was extremely positive, and helped NSW Nurses Association increase their brand awareness throughout the state. Directed by James Shannon.

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            • Stop Public Health Cuts! Invest in healthy families

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              The BC provincial government has ordered health authorities to implement a new ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ come March 2012. While this sounds nice, the program will cost $23 million but comes with no new money and no new nurses. The ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ is a copyrighted training and care model purchased from an organization in the United States. And since it’s designed as a research-oriented pilot project, those working on it will be bound by a confidentiality agreement and will not be able to share details with colleagues outside of the program. This Partnership will take about 55 public health nurses from current programs such as childhood immunizations, testing for STD’s and school programs. At least one health authority will be hiring a ‘workplace engineer’ to help nurses cope with increased workloads. The ‘Nurse/Family Partnership’ will provide visits from public health nurses to low income, first-time mothers under the age of 25 – from the 28th week of pregnancy to two years old. That's a good thing but shouldn't come at the expense of other services and of others who need support too. A majority of vulnerable children are in the middle class so this program will deny them this once universal service. Send a letter to the Premier and Health Minister: http://www.bcnu.org/campaigns_issues/visit_newmoms_petition.htm

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              • Insights

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                from Angie Bullaro Added 23 0 0

                Angie Bullaro hosts the Insights Webinar for Oncology Nurses. Presented by The Navigator Project.

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                • Nurses "Wouldn't Tell"

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                  from Sean Smith Added 88 1 0

                  Portland based indie trio Nurses brought their psychedelic and experimental sound to our roof top boiler room.

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                  • Nurses - New Feelings - Kiyanna Project

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                    kiyannaproject.com Visuals: Ruwan Perera Production Sound: Karlo Montano Sound Mix: Karlo Montano

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                    • LA Bio Med

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                      from Glenn Owen Added 21 0 0

                      When I first heard about LA Bio Med I thought, "what the heck is that?" In short, they are one of those places - similar to non-profits I have worked with - that have multiple great stories to tell but nothing that pulls everything together into a cohesive message. That was my challenge. That, and the fact that I had to take the clinic out of our researchers and show their humanity. This was a low budget 1 day shoot with a ten day turn-around. We used stock stills and video to help tell the story.

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