Newsletter Archive

Issue 1 2013 - Issue 1

In this issue

  • National standard for workplace mental health
  • Workplace Quandaries: Expectations vs. Standards of Practice
  • Glenda, Goodbye and Good luck
  • Another Successful WCB Appeal Decision

Issue 6 2012 - Issue 6

In this issue

  • Meet your PCBC
  • Successful Program
  • Violence in the Health Care Sector
  • Annual Vacation

Issue 5 2012 - Issue 5

In this issue

  • How many can one nurse care for?
  • Nurses call for safe nurse staffing levels
  • Grass fire forces hospital evacuation
  • Another successful Labour School

Issue 4 2012 - Issue 4

In this issue

  • Remember the good old days - Challenges and benefits of working in LTC in rural Manitoba
  • Nurse realizes lifelong dream - Travels to Zambia, brings hope
  • We’re watching you - Nurses call for action on Health Accord
  • Long Service Recognition starts soon

Issue 3 2012 - Issue 3

In this issue

  • Annual General Meeting - A recap of the 2012 AGM
  • Bill C-377 - Costly and Discriminatory
  • Social Media and Nursing - Best Practices and online safety
  • MNU devotes resources to WS&H - Hires WS&H officer

Issue 2 2012 - Issue 2

In this issue

  • Operation Walk - Changing lives one step at a time
  • Critical Incident Stress - Recognize the symptoms
  • Overcoming PTSD - A nurse’s fight to return to work
  • Nurse practitioners - Post-op cardiac clinic succeeds

Issue 1 2012 - Issue 1

In this issue

  • The State of the Canadian Nursing Workforce - Manitoba nurses by the numbers
  • Improving WSR process for successful outcomes - Timeliness is key when submitting forms
  • Injured on a Break - WCB win for home care nurse
  • Health Accord 101 - What it is and why you should care

Issue 6 2011 - Issue 6

In this issue

  • Cover Feature: MNU wins at WCB - Successful outcomes for Hep C needle stick injury and MRSA claims
  • CFNU President responds - Editorial blames a portion of escalating health care costs on nurses’ salaries
  • On-Site: Facility Tours - Sandi Mowat begins a second tour of Manitoba locals and worksites
  • Challenges in long term care - LTC nurses are finding it increasingly difficult to deliver quality care to clients
  • Commitment to caring
    • Nothing short of amazing - Random act of kindness acknowledged
    • A special thank you - Local president recognized for commitment
  • Stop the fear - Addressing the fear of losing license
  • LRO Reports
    • Pension and Benefits Review - Changes to group life plan
    • Mobility vs portability - Comparison chart for benefits and seniority
  • Across Canada - National information and issues
  • NSNU takes uniformed approach - Nurses to wear black and white
  • MNU News Briefs
    • A dream realized
    • Inaccurate news report
    • Labour School Scholarship winners
    • Prank call alert
    • MNU president attends UNA AGM
    • Promise to protect pensions
  • A time to give - United Way campaign drive underway
  • Look for the signs - Anti-violence signs posted across Manitoba

Issue 5 2011 - Election - Issue 5 - Election

In this issue

  • President’s Perspective
  • A national Pharmacare strategy
  • Health Accord nears expiration
  • Campaign Q & A

Issue 4 2011 - Issue 4

In this issue

  • Cover Feature: The State of Nursing in Manitoba MNU polls membership on health care issues
  • Let’s talk about sex! - The Healthy Sexuality and Harm Reduction team says communication is key to prevent and control sexually transmitted infection
  • Canadian Nurses Foundation - Campaign: Nursing 4.0 – $4 million over 4 years for future generations of nurses 
  • LRO Reports
    • Know your Collective Agreement - Understanding how to increase your EFT
    • Pension and Benefits Review - Retirement security tops most priority lists
    • Employment Interviews - Importance of preparation and forethought
  • MNU News Briefs
    • Revera contracts ratified
    • Extendicare nurses ratify
    • Hamiota nurses get alarms
  • Across Canada - National information and issues
  • Violence Prevention - Amendments to the Workplace Safety and Health Regulations
  • In St. B’s Caring Hands - A patient’s heartfelt thanks, related through a thoughtful account of her stay at St. Boniface

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