It is that time of year where nominations for open Executive Officer Positions are welcomed! Though perhaps you are not interested in serving on this board, though would like to get your feet wet by being on a committee; we have place available. Well, we are looking for you! Nothing happens by accident and perhaps you are reading this today as you are hearing the call to serve our membership. Remember, no expereince is necessary, and you can learn as you go. We will help you learn the role. We welcome new insights and ideas to assist us in sustaining and growing the CTNIG's. Do not worry if you live in the far north or south or in the GTA - we meet usually via teleconferencing.Email Kim M Watson today to discuss this further, she can share her phone number with you then.
Available 2013-2015 Executive Officer positions include:
Available Committee Positions include: Membership, Communications, Policy & Political Action, Newsletter, Research, Website and Education.
The Chair and Education Officer is looking for help with the 2014 AGM (many different jobs) such as a Committee to assist in the search for the 2014 candidate for the "Award of Excellence" (our 2nd time offering this award) - which will occur at the AGM.
Positions will commence anytime for the next 2013-2015 (2-year term). If interested please contact our Chair/President, Kim M Watson at email@example.com.
Please include the following information with your nomination of interest:
Stay Tuned for the Nomination Criteria & Process!
In 2012 at our 10th Anniversary we bestowed the first award to our beloved Darka Neill (a founding member and our first President) for her dedication and work in meeting our vision and mission to see Complementary Therapies integrated, recognized and used in Healthcare today! We know she is not alone in the work she does. Perhaps you know a member who is deserving of this recognition.
The next award will be given out at our 2014 AGM which will be held in Toronto during the RNAO AGM. Save the date and join us on May 3, 2014.
We are firming up the criteria now, and it should be out shortly. Perhaps someone will nominate you.
My name is Catherine Cenkowski and I am currently completing a BScN at York University. Being an active member of York’s health community, I have been delighted to work with thousands of students, as an educator, peer mentor, and student advocate. I currently work on campus for the Atkinson Centre for.. Read More
University of Windsor/St. Clair College
Hello, my name is Jessica Baillargeon, I am a fourth year BScN student in the collaborative program between St. Clair College and the University of Windsor. Having always known nursing is the career for me, I entered the program directly from my secondary education, and have been in love ever since. In my second year, I discovered Maternal-Child Health.. Read More
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The RNAO-CTNIG is a professional support group for Registered Nurses interested in or practicing Complementary Therapies (CT). CT are being used by Canadians more than most healthcarre professionals are aware of. In many countries they have already become a part of healthcare, and we are seeing an increase use and interest here in Ontario. More nurses are using CT more as part of their practice, or encountering clients who have incorporated, or are interested in CT as part of their prevention or action plan of care. We see CT as a valuable tool in their toolbox, be they practice a form of CT or advocate for them. Nurses in the growing field of CT benefit from sharing their experiences with one another and developing common strategies and it is our hope that one way to achieve this will be through the CTNIG that this will be accomplished.
The CTNIG is assisting the RNAO of fulfilling its mandate of "speaking out for health, speaking out for nursing." We are doing this by supporting CT nurses and those clients who are seeking CT, by acting as a resource for nurses and others, and through raising the profile of RNs who practice complementary therapies, We hope to bring to light the role CT can play in the health of our population using a mind-body-spirit approach: hence a holistic approach to care. It is also through the support and sharing of research we aim to integrate CT in healthcare.
CTNIG ~ Complementary Therapies Nurses' Interest Group
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