Winter Foundation Focus 2023
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by Rachel Groskopf
5M ago
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Giving Tuesday 2023
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by Rachel Groskopf
6M ago
Giving Tuesday is a global day to give back! After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, comes Giving Tuesday. We ask that you join us in this movement. Kick off this season of giving, and show your love and support to our incredible nurses.  ..read more
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The Night Shift
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by Magdalena Searles
11M ago
TICKETS The Night Shift returns to Ottawa on Thursday, November 2, 2023- a Miami- themed evening at the National Arts Centre in support of Canadian nurses hosted by the Canadian Nurses Foundation.  Join us as we reinvent The Night Shift with an electric evening reminiscent of iconic Miami nightlife featuring live performances, music, interactive installations and experiences, and so much more! The past few years have been tough on Canadians and on our health care system. The resiliency of our country, and our supports have been tested.  This year’s The Night Sh ..read more
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Kulvir Kaur Moudgil
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
Po-Ting Award My name is Kulvir, and I am a third-year nursing student at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops. Nursing has always been my passion. My mother nurtured me to care for others. I have always wanted to make a difference in someone’s life, make them smile in their hard time, and be their strength with a positive attitude. The nursing profession has made it possible to accomplish these goals. I respect the time spent with clients in various settings and actively listen to their health needs. I enjoy the time while volunteering at different health facilities and learning new things. M ..read more
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Erica Hurley
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
CNF Indigenous Award I am Mi’kmaq from the West Coast of Newfoundland. My community connection is stronger through my father’s side whose father comes from Flat Bay, NL. Healers and strong L’nu people within my family helped guide me towards a career in nursing. My Great Grammy was a traditional healer and delivered hundreds of babies along the West coast of the island. Her story and resiliency grounded in her traditional knowledge fascinated me and influenced my decision to want to be a nurse. I graduated from the Bachelor of Nursing program at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Western Reg ..read more
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Erica Hurley
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
CNF Indigenous Award I am Mi’kmaq from the West Coast of Newfoundland. My community connection is stronger through my father’s side whose father comes from Flat Bay, NL. Healers and strong L’nu people within my family helped guide me towards a career in nursing. My Great Grammy was a traditional healer and delivered hundreds of babies along the West coast of the island. Her story and resiliency grounded in her traditional knowledge fascinated me and influenced my decision to want to be a nurse. I graduated from the Bachelor of Nursing program at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Western Reg ..read more
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Gabriela Peguero-Rodriguez
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
Tylenol PhD Award Ever since I was a little girl, I have always had a fascination with nursing. When I was only 9 years old, I attended my cousin’s birth against everyone’s advice. Since then, my interest in nursing has only grown. As a registered nurse, I worked for almost five years in an emergency department in Quebec. During this time, I realized how necessary the nursing profession is to the healthcare system and how much it has the potential to propose innovative solutions to the various problems it faces. Therefore, I undertook a master’s degree in nursing because I wanted to contribute ..read more
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Joyce Tsui
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
Tylenol PhD Award My motivation to pursue nursing began as a young adult when my grandmother was admitted into a long-term care home, and I wanted to learn ways to support her complex medical needs. Even though my grandmother passed away shortly after I completed my nursing program, her death further motivated me to understand, value, and demonstrate the importance of a client-centred care approach for older adults. I value the complex medical needs, personalities, and life experiences of my clients as essential to my nursing philosophy when caring for them, especially those clients with demen ..read more
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Renee Gordon
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
New Brunswick Nursing Award I never imagined I would become a nurse. I joined the Canadian Armed Forces Health Services Primary Reserve looking for excitement and opportunity as a young adult. I became a Medical Technician and learned so much about myself, the world, and health care as a result. These opportunities helped me find my way to nursing. Almost 20 years later, I could not imagine a different path! Currently, I am privileged to be a Teaching Professor in the Bachelor of Nursing Accelerated  Program (BNAP) at the University of New Brunswick’s (UNB) Moncton site. I have been a mem ..read more
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Latifa Saidi
Canadian Nurses Foundation
by sara
1y ago
NANB/TD Meloche Monnex Centennial Doctoral Scholarship I feel fortunate to be a member of the nursing profession for almost 13 years now. I chose nursing because I am passionate about helping others. My career choice was motivated by my desire to care for people. I also decided to become a nurse because the profession offers a wealth of opportunities, including the possibility of furthering my education. After two years as a bedside nurse in the maternity ward, a field I really love, I enjoyed taking on some of the challenges that come with this work. This led me to pursue a master’s degree in ..read more
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