Even nurses are surprised and moved by the power of their profession, which guides them through tough daily decisions and inspires them at every turn.
Read for yourself the following accounts of on-the-job satisfaction by Ontario Nurses.
- “Using nursing skills in a way I never dreamed possible,” by Alliah Over, RN, Ontario Health Study Call Centre
- “Caring for the whole person,” by Heather Masson, RN, Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
- “Starting over as a nursing teacher,” by Katharine Hungerford, Professor, Lambton College, Sarnia
- “How my advocacy for government supplement funding could make a difference,” By Heather Edwards, RN, Hamilton Health Sciences Centre
- “How the simple things means the most despite 22 years of knowledge and clinical skills,” by Kathy Hardill, Primary Health Care Nursing Practitioner, Bancroft
- “Clients show me courage in times of fear, panic and vulnerability,” by Joanne Jones, Clinical Education Leader, Ontario Shore Centre for Mental Health Sciences, Whitby
- “Why I am anything but nuts to take this job,” by Kate Langrish, Emergency Room Nurse, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
- “Giving a woman the last shower she’ll ever have,” by Susan Ritchie
- “Nursing empowers patients and families,” by Connie Wood