HR Resources Newsletter Archives
Post your NURSE position Free on Longwoods.com!
Here is the list of nursing positions so far. Recruiters, add yours FREE.Click here for more information.
Nursing jobs across Canada:
- Emergency Registered Nurses & Obstetric Registered
Nurses - Penticton Regional Hospital, BC
Ambulatory Care Clinic - Hamilton, ON
- Registered Nurses - Opportunities in Lanark, Leeds & Grenville including: Smiths Falls, Napanee and Perth
- Registered Practical Nurses - Opportunities in Port Hope and Cobourg area
- RNs & RPNs - Visiting Nursing positions - Opportunities in Thunder Bay
- RNs & RPNs - Opportunities in Ottawa & Eastern Counties: including: Nepean, Carleton Place, Cornwall, Glengarry and Rockland
- Registered Practical Nurses - Opportunities in Niagara Region including: Niagara Falls, Welland, St. Catharines & Port Colborne
- Registered Nurses - Opportunities in Whitby, Ajax, Pickering, Uxbridge, Clarington, Port Perry and Beaverton
- Community RNs for the Home Chemotherapy Team - Peel Region - Mississauga & Brampton
- Positions available across Canada for RN/Registered Nurses; RPN/Registered Practical Nurses; LPN/Licensed Practical Nurses
- Registered Nurses - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
- Nurse, Acute Care Program - Thompson General Hospital, MB
- And more ...
For other positions in Healthcare, go to the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet.
Healthcare Facilities are invited to post positions for Front Line Nurses on theFind a Nurse web page. Recruiting agencies can post a nursing position free on Find a Nurse if they are also posting a leadership position on the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet.
Find a Nurse postings are free as a public service from Longwoods Publishing.
Here's how it works - email the words in a Word document to Susan Hale. We will post the nursing ad on this web page at no charge. Find a Nurse will be promoted in the Longwoods eLetter, which goes out every Tuesday morning to over 40,000+ healthcare readers.
The small print: Please send only one position per posting. The postings can be up to 150 words, plus URL to the webpage of your choice. There will be no charge for Front Line Nursing positions. For all other positions, please contact Susan Hale for rates and details or see the information here.
Nursing Leadership (CJNL), 18(4) 2005: 36-40
Waiting Lists and Nursing
Joann M. Trypuc and Alan R. Hudson
The recent editorial, "Waiting Lists? What Waiting Lists? Not Nursing's Problem" (Pringle 2005), challenges nurses to "step up to the plate" with a pithy and solid analysis of the waiting list issue from a nursing perspective and with recommendations for ameliorating it. Although we are not nurses, and are thereby disqualified from stepping up to the plate, we believe that our experience of working for over a year to implement Ontario's Wait Time Strategy qualifies us to comment on the game.
On November 17, 2004, the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, George Smitherman, officially announced Ontario's Wait Time Strategy. The strategy is designed to improve access to healthcare services in the public system by December 2006 by reducing the time that adult Ontarians wait for services in five areas: MRI and CT, cancer surgery, cardiac revascularization, cataract surgery and total hip and knee joint replacements. "Wait time" is defined as the time elapsed between the decision to order a scan or surgery and completion of the procedure.
Read the article here.
To subscribe to any of the Longwoods journals, click here.
From the HR Resources Database ....
Reducing Health Plan Costs
The recent "Strategies for Managing Health Plans through a Challenging Economy" webinar presented by the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans outlined several strategies plan administrators can implement to reduce health plan costs...
Read the article here.
Check out this blog: Fistful of
Recent blogs include:
Are Recruiters Like Dodo Birds?... Soon to Be Extinct
Recessionistic Thinking': We Want to Hire Great, but Nobody is Good Enough ...
REAL NURSES AND OTHERS
Racism in Nursing
by Tania Das Gupta
"Most nurses of colour experience everyday forms of racism, including being infantilized and marginalized. Most reported being "put down," insulted or degraded because of race/ethnicity/colour. A significant proportion of nurses, non-white and white, report having witnessed an incident where a nurse was treated differently because of his/her race/ethnicity/colour."
Please note: This book has not been reviewed by Longwoods Publishing and therefore we cannot recommend or endorse its contents. The link is supplied for your interest only.
CAREERS: sent to +40,000 people including Canada's student nurses.
Today's Leadership Positions
Director, Programs - The Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
Director, Quality and Utilization Improvement - Providence Health Care BC
Manager of Regional Renal Program - Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Peterborough. ON
Manager of Nephrology/Medicine Inpatients - Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Peterborough. ON
Director, Research Operations - Bloorview Kids Rehab, Toronto, ON
Director, Corporate Planning & Projects - Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, ON
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer - The Sault Area Hospital, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
Quality Improvement Advisor - Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, Whitby, ON
Director, Member Outreach Services for the Ontario Medical Association
President & CEO - Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital, Sudbury ON
Vice President, Operations - Saint Elizabeth Health Care, Markham, ON
Chief Executive Officer - The New Brunswick Medical Society
Vice President, Knowledge Management - Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Contracts & Performance Specialist, Residential & Assisted Living Services - Fraser Health, BC
Clinical Operations Leader, ICU - St. Paul's Hospital, Providence Health Care BC
Clinical Nurse Leader/Patient Educator - St. Paul's Hospital, Providence Health Care BC
Executive Director, ACEN - Ottawa, ON
Nursing & Leadership Opportunities with the Provincial Health Services Authority of BC
Career Opportunities at Courtyard Group
Career Opportunities at Strata Health
Career Opportunities at Northern Health
Career Opportunities at London Health Sciences
Career Opportunities at Alberta Health Services
Career Opportunities at Vancouver Coastal Health
Career Opportunities at Fraser Health
Career Opportunities at Providence Health Care BC
Career Opportunities at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
Longwoods Find a Nurse Service - Post Nursing jobs at no charge
Are you trying to recruit senior administrators? Are you looking for recognized leaders in healthcare? Do you need to recruit Nurses? Post your positions on the LONGWOODS HEALTHCARE JOBSHEET.
Our web traffic is pretty dynamic on Longwoods.com.
Number of pages visited per month [March 09] -
Number of hits per month [March 09] - 2,564,130
Number of visits per month [March 09] - 214,685
Number of unique visitors per month [March 09] - 64,630
Members of the Canadian Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) receive free online access to www.Longwoods.com, the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet, and The Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership (CJNL).
CNSA has selected the Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership
(CJNL) as their journal of choice as it contains peer-reviewed
articles and they must reference peer reviewed articles in their
courses. We also have more than 400 colleges and universities
providing students worldwide online access to our
Information regarding other recruiting rates can be found here.
Recruiters find the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet gives very good return for healthcare positions. Posting is easy. Here are the details.
The JobSheet is simple: cheap, fast, efficient, &
Cost is $1.00 a word per week (net + gst). Minimum $75.00 (net + gst) per posting. Logos can be included for an additional $20.00 (net + gst) each.
Positions are posted on theJobSheet and promoted in the weekly Longwoods eLetter, which goes out every Tuesday morning to over 40,000+ healthcare readers.Click here for our eLetter Archives.
Note: Discounts apply for multiple week postings (i.e. 10% for 2 weeks, 15% for 3 weeks, 20% for 4 weeks). Postings are billed per week based on word count. All of our recruiting rates are net.
Here's how it works - Send me the words and
logo in a Word document. I will send you a quote, then I will post
the ad online and send you a URL for proofing. We will invoice by
mail unless a different method is requested.
Want to know more? Contact Susan Hale by email or call 416-864-9667 x 104.
July 28, 2009
Sharon Wood to President and CEO, Kids Help Phone
Paul Macmillan to Director, Bridgepoint Health, Toronto ON
Thomas Corcoran to Board Chair, Bridgepoint Health, Toronto ON
Paul Oram to Minister of Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
Bryce Walker to chair of the Board Chair, Grand River Hospital, ON
Dr. Nofech-Mozespresented the Lionel Weinstein Clerkship Teaching Award by the University of Toronto
Dale Patterson to President of The Bourton Group
Christina Bisanz to Chief Executive Officer, the Ontario Long Term Care Association
Steve Bradie to President and Chief Executive Officer, Green Shield Canada
David Sculthorpe to Chief Executive Officer, Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario
... and joining Bernard Souche of Medtronic of Canada Ltd.
Jon Olsen to Director of Sales and Marketing, Cardia Rhythm disease Management Division, Medtronic of Canada Ltd.
Steffen Wuttke to Director of Sales and Marketing, Cardiovascular Division, Medtronic of Canada Ltd.
July 21, 2009
Denis Protti to honorary doctor of science from City University, London, England. Details here.
Martha Aauchinleck to acting CEO, North East Local Health Integration Network, Ontario
Peter Vaudry to Acting Chair of the Board of Directors, North East Local Health Integration Network, Ontario
Bernard Souche to Director, Health Systems Strategy, Medtronic
Paul Bradley to Vice President, Johnson & Johnson Medical Products
Ian Campbell to Interim Executive Director of OHAfrica
Jean Rousseau to Vice-President, Corporate Sales, Covidien
[Don't forget, we don't make these up. Please send your promotions, appointments, retirements and other transitions to firstname.lastname@example.org.] Our transitions come from sources we believe to be reliable. We do not guarantee that they are correct. But we are rarely wrong.
Review all recently reported Transitions here.
For a three-year searchable history of leadership transitions and appointments across the country, organized by date, click here. Or visit Longwoods Transitions in Healthcare Blog for recent healthcare transitions.
Be the first to comment on this!
Personal Subscriber? Sign In
Note: Please enter a display name. Your email address will not be publically displayed