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Occupational Health Nurses Interest Group (OHNIG)

National Nursing Week May 12 to May 18

The Canadian Nurses Association supports National Nursing Week by depicting how nurses are leading forces in Primary Health Care and nurses’ involvement in the global movement for Primary Health Care For All. (WHO)

The Canadian Nurses Association supports National Nursing Week by depicting how nurses are leading forces in Primary Health Care and Nurses’ Involvement in the Global Movement for
Primary Health Care for All. (WHO)

Occupational Health Nurses
in Celebration of Nursing Week
featured several articles in a local News Magazine
on Occupational Health Nurses

"Nurses: A Force for Change - A Vital
Resource for Health!"
 ... click here


Thank you to
Cottage Country Connection and Frankie Flowers!

Cottage Country ConnectionFrankie Flowers

Occupational Health Nurses  deliver 
Primary Health Care
where people "live, work and play"
(WHO Primary Health Care Global Movement)

See OHNIG Policy and Professional Practice

To print a copy of OHNIG News Articles ... click here


OHNIG Champions the Specialized
Nursing Practice of Occupational Health Nurses

 

Occupational Health Nurses Work in a
Huge Diversity of Workplaces

The occupational health nurse can work in any place of business, i.e., bringing the first level of health care contact to people where they work (manufacturing, environment, insurance, banks, pharmaceutical, hospital, academic, construction, transportation, communication, etc.)