Regional Covid-19 Resources and On Reserve Stats by Region Below:
Black = New Cases, Green = Recovered, Red = Deaths, Blue – Hospitalized, Purple – ISC reported total –  Updated Daily

BC
0 445 152 8,576 8,728
AB
16 1,030 184 19,887 20,171
SK
16 489 125 16,084 16,231
MB
55 901 155 24,777 25,020
ON
775 345 78 19,527 19,981
QC
43 93 24 13,350 13,491
Atlantic
0 14 9 4,488 4,512
North60
52 321 55 19,121 19,327
 

Investing in Canada’s Nursing Workforce Post-Pandemic: A Call to Action

Press Release

May 12, 2022

The RSC Policy Briefing entitled “Investing in Canada’s Nursing Workforce Post-Pandemic: A Call to Action” is now freely and publicly available here.

“Nurses represent the highest proportion of health care workers globally and have played an essential role in the ongoing efforts against COVID-19. Although the pandemic has magnified multiple vulnerabilities within Canada’s health care system, many of these issues are longstanding and have contributed to critical nursing shortages. This is an extraordinarily urgent issue for our healthcare system, and through this policy briefing that brought together key Canadian experts, we are pleased to identify actionable strategies and policies that will help create a strong and sustained nursing workforce in this country,” said Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy, Chair of the Working Group and Dr. Tara Sampalli, Co-Chair of the Working Group.

The RSC has prepared Policy Briefings and other resources to ensure open access to independent, evidence-based science for Canadians.

On May 26 at 12:00 pm EST, the RSC is hosting an hour-long free virtual Webinar convening some of the authors to discuss key recommendations outlined in the Policy Briefing.

Register here for this FREE event today.

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