Home

Welcome to the CNA member community

It’s a place for nurses to connect within their community of practice, share stories and resources, ask questions, and build a support system to advance the nursing profession.

Join CNALogin

Recent Discussions

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2023, from 12:00 to 14:00 (ET) Register today! You are invited to a celebration of nursing excellence! Join us as we recognize and celebrate the Canadian Academy of Nursing's 2023 class of Fellows ...

  • CNA stands in solidarity with the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, today and every day. We remain committed to accessible, patient-centred health care for all, and believe nurses must continue to provide accessible health care in our communities. We will continue ...

  • Hi Judith, Here is a recent (2020) scoping review on the topic. The resources in the appendix are helpful. Griffiths P, Saville C, Ball J, Jones J, Pattison N, Monks T; Safer Nursing Care Study Group. Nursing workload, nurse staffing methodologies ...

  • Hi Judith, Thanks for posting, while we wait and see if other members have tools to share, I'd like to tag a few members into the conversation that may have some insight to provide on this topic. @Sheri Lynn Price , @Gail Tomblin Murphy , @Linda ...

  • Hello everyone, I am reaching out to see if you have and are willing to share some of these tools for an acute hospital settings: 1. Adequate workload to meet basic patient needs and nursing standards 2. Assignment ...

  • Thank you to CNA for hosting the excellent session featuring Leigh Chapman, our federal CNO, and Tim Guest, CEO of CNA on September 11. The discussion highlighted the strong partnership between the CNO and CNA and alerted us to current initiatives in ...

  • There's a lot going on at CNA! On Monday, September 11, Canada's Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) Leigh Chapman joins CNA CEO Tim Guest to discuss nursing in Canada & the partnership between the federal CNO and CNA. Join us: https:// bit.ly/3PlNU4c ...

    1 person recommends this.