May 24, 2023

Nursing Leadership Editor-in-Chief, Ruth Martin-Misener introduces the latest issue with a theme on Retention

"Like the Canadian season of spring, this issue brings fresh ideas and insights about the layers of complexity and potential solutions to the significant challenges associated with the retention of the nursing workforce. As these challenges intensify, nursing leaders – formal and informal – are rallying to redefine the boundaries of what can be done. We are innovators who are transforming this crisis into an opportunity to shift our thinking and do things differently. We are optimizing our roles and expanding our deployment to areas of the system that have previously underutilized nurses and nurse practitioners. The value we bring to the health system is indisputable." Full Editorial 


Tuesday, June 06, 2023  - , Toronto Longwoods Breakfast Series

The Future of Technology Enabled Healthcare Work

Helen Angus, CEO, AMS Healthcare and Cameron Love, CEO, The Ottawa Hospital

Longwoods TV

Watch videos of previous Longwoods events. All of which focus on healthcare education, best practices, and lessons learned from Canadian and international healthcare executives, experts, notable researchers, cabinet ministers, deputies, or leaders from the academic community. YouTube/LongwoodsTV



May 31, 2023 Health & Healthcare News
Brain Cancer Canada Awards St. Michael’s Hospital $100,000 Grant for Advanced DNA Sequencer Technology

TORONTO, May 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Brain Cancer Canada, the country’s leading charitable organization dedicated to brain cancer research, has announced a $100,000 grant to St. Michael&rsq [...]

May 31, 2023 Health & Healthcare News
New Research Puts a Multi-Billion Price Tag on Failure to Improve Children’s Health in Canada

CALGARY, Alberta, May 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Children First Canada has released a new report, ‘Pedianomics: the Social Return on Investment in Improving the Health and Wellbeing [...]

May 30, 2023 Health & Healthcare News
TELUS Health’s Mental Health Index reveals workers in Canada link employer support of physical health with positive mental health

Nine out of 10 workers believe physical and mental health are connected, but cite lack of motivation, energy, time or cost as barriers to exercising regularly TORONTO, May 30, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - [...]

Editor's Picks

Nursing Leadership
Editors Picks

The Black Nurses Leadership Institute launched in May 2022 to provide a community-driven and leadership training program for nurses and nursing students who identify as Black and/or of African descent (Black Nurses Leadership Institute 2022). The aim of the program is to acknowledge and address the presence of a "black ceiling" that can often challenge and impede professional advancement for Black nurses in traditionally white-dominated healthcare leadership systems (Erskine et al. 202 [...]



Assistant Deputy Minister, Hospitals and Capital Division
Ministry of Health, Toronto, ON

President & Chief Executive Officer
Health Sciences North (HSN) and Health Sciences North Research Institute (HSNRI), Sudbury, ON

Chief of Staff
Health Sciences North (HSN), Sudbury, ON

Associate Vice President, Continuing Care and Community Integration
Mackenzie Health, Richmond Hill, ON

Nursing Unit Manager / Gestionnaire d'unité de soins
Sensenbrenner Hospital, Kapuskasing, ON

Manager, Ontario CLRI
Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging, Waterloo, ON

Director, Employee & Labour Relations
Humber River Health, Toronto, ON

Registered Nurses
PracticeNWT, Across the NWT

Community Health Nurses
PracticeNWT, Across the NWT

Director, CLRI
Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging, Waterloo, ON

Workplace Mental Wellness Practitioner
Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON