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Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

Search Engine Optimization Workshop

 Please join us February 24th at 11am to learn about Search Engine Optimization with ACCES Alumni Nimalan Manivannan.

Entrepreneurship Connections® Pre-Arrival (ECP) program will host Nimalan Manivannan from Solv Advisors presenting a free webinar to ensure your business gets seen online. 

Join this webinar to:

1.       learn Search Engine Optimization tips and strategies

2.       increase traffic to your website

3.       see the benefits of the Entrepreneurship Connections Pre-Arrival program for newcomers interested in small business or freelance employment

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Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family RhPAP Communications

The Manning Community Health Centre nursing team is one of the recipients of the 2020 RhPAP Rhapsody Health-care Heroes Awards. Established in 2018, this award recognizes rural Alberta health-care providers or teams that demonstrate superior commitment to their patients, health-care team, and community.

Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family – Rural Health Professions Action Plan (rhpap.ca)

Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

Research Study on Ethnic Minority Nurses & UCPs

Hi everyone, a Ryerson University team is seeking ethnic minority nurses & UCPs to participate in a one-time short online survey. We would like to understand your experiences facing stigma and discrimination while also working on the frontlines against COVID-19. Participants will be eligible to win a $150 e-gift card  should they provide their personal information to enter a draw.Here is the survey link: https://redcap.hs.asu.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=KEY79N39EX

Mehrzad Nicholas GhadiriByNicholas Ghadiri

After facing a few challenges to get back in her field, a Nigerian nurse became an RN in Canada

When Thelma and her husband decided to immigrate to Canada, she had been working as a registered nurse in Nigeria for three years. Even though Thelma began the process of becoming an RN in Canada before her arrival, she could not anticipate how expensive it was going to be. The advisory report from the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) indicated that Thelma needed to take 13 courses and complete additional clinical hours to receive a license to practice in Canada. In need of financial  support, Thelma applied for a Windmill Microlending loan. She became a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) a few years after landing in Canada. In January 2017, Thelma got a job as an RN working in the psychiatry department. Read her success story.