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    New Faculty awards presented at 2016 Convocations

    New Faculty awards presented at 2016 Convocations

    Communications and Marketing - June 20, 2016

    Five exceptional educators honoured with the Faculty Award for Excellence: Teaching Convocation is a time to recognize and celebrate the hard work and success of our graduates. However, they couldn't have reached this important milestone without the support of their instructors. This year, we celebrate five educators and their commitment to helping our students succeed.

    tags: Academic, School of Nursing, Successful careers, Pursuing excellence


    Countdown begins to Sask Polytech's School of Nursing 50th Anniversary

    Countdown begins to Sask Polytech's School of Nursing 50th Anniversary

    Communications and Marketing - May 12, 2016

    Trust fund to be established in honour of school's 50 year legacy of quality nursing education in Saskatchewan May 12, 2016 - Making it to 50 is a milestone worth celebrating. Saskatchewan Polytechnic's School of Nursing is a year away from its 50th Anniversary Celebrations and the countdown to next year's festivities has begun.

    tags: News, Alumni, School of Nursing, Successful careers, Pursuing excellence


    Occupational Health Nurses focus on zero workplace injuries

    Occupational Health Nurses focus on zero workplace injuries

    Communications and Marketing - May 9, 2016

    TOBIE HAIN STOCK POST M E D I A C O N T E N T W ORKS Workplace safety has been something that has been a concern to labourers, tradespeople and professionals since the industrial revolution, but a Worker's Compensation Board report released a few years ago served to be eye opening. In 2012, Saskatchewan's workplace death toll was the highest it had been on over 30 years. With a shocking 60 fatalities, the province held a ranking of second worst province in Canada for workplace safety.

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    Registered Nurses Navigate Through Complex Health Care System

    Registered Nurses Navigate Through Complex Health Care System

    Communications and Marketing - May 9, 2016

    JONATHAN HAMELIN POST M E D I A C O N T E N T W ORKS Many Saskatchewan residents are confident that their registered nurses (RNs) and RN nurse practitioners RN(NP)s can help them navigate through Saskatchewan's complex and always changing health care system. This is based on information obtained from the 2016 Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association's (SRNA) biennial survey - RNs: Practice and Perception Research Report, conducted by Strategian.

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