Tested Solutions for Eliminating Canada's Registered Nurse Shortage
This report demonstrates that if significant action isn’t taken now, the shortage of registered nurses who provide direct, clinical care to Canadians will climb from the equivalent of nearly 11,000 full-time nurses in 2007 to almost 60,000 in 2022.
A consortium of four organizations - the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC), Collège des médecins du Québec (CMQ) and the Royal College of Family Physicians of Canada (RCPSC) - is inviting proposals from academics who are interested in undertaking the role of Academic Consultant for The Future of Medical Education in Canada Postgraduate Project (FMEC PG Project). The work of the Academic Consultant must be completed by July 31, 2011.
Registered Nurse Workforce, Canadian Production: Potential New Supply
Advancing Nursing Science and Research Capacity in Canada
Report of the Nursing Research Symposium
June 8, 2009
Prepared by Dorothy Pringle, Ellen Rukholm and Hélène Sabourin
Submitted by CASN to The Office of Nursing Policy Health Canada
Plans to raise 4 million for education and research.
Canada's Science, Technology and Innovation System
Published as a special report by the Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership with the kind support of the Office of Nursing Policy, Health Canada
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