CANE: Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment
·The CANE/ACIIE represents Registered Nurses dedicated to the improvement of environmental health across all domains of nursing practice, policy, research and…
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Canadian Environment Week - June 2 to 8, 2019
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Happy National Nurses Week from CANE - May 6 - 12, 2019
The 2019 theme is Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Health for All. It was developed by the International Council of Nurses (ICN). According to ICN, A Voice to Lead reflects the fact that “every nurse has a story and every story has the potential to improve the health system and enable individuals and communities to achieve their highest attainable standard of health. “National Nursing Week is a great opportunity to recognize the leadership role of all regulated nurses in Canada”
CANE/AIIE TELL A COLLEAGUE CAMPAIGN
CANE, the national voice of nurses for the environment, invites you to help us engage with nursing professionals who have not previously considered the connection between the environment and human health. Now is a perfect time to “Tell a Colleague” about the far-reaching effects of climate change on human health and we welcome new members to join us in our work to address this important issue! New members are always welcome! DOWNLOAD THE TOOLKIT AT