Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Attention Nurse Practitioners: Help improve NP working conditions!

An important pan-Canadian study of Nurse Practitioners' working conditions is being launched, with the aim of improving retention and recruitment of NPs.
A high level of participation is essential to the success of the project. Your input will help paint a picture of the reality of working as an NP in Canada, and how improvements can be made.
Please share your experiences as part of this brief survey.
Visit to complete the English online survey.
Visit to complete the French online survey.
The deadline for completing the survey is January 12. We encourage you to share with your colleagues.
The data obtained from the survey will be strictly anonymous (unless you indicate you wish to be contacted), and only aggregate information will be shared.
The outcome of the project will be to develop recommendations for employers and governments to improve NP working conditions to better attract and retain NPs, and expand NP positions throughout the health care system.
The study is being launched by the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU), Canada's largest nurses' organization representing nearly 200,000 nurses and student nurses and supported by the Ontario Nurses' Association.
Thank you for your participation in this important initiative. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact