Media inquiries:
Karyn Whelan, Communications Specialist
kwhelan@rnunl.ca
709.753.9961, 709.691.0889

RNU Participates in WorkplaceNL Review of Mental Health Policy

Union calls for presumptive PTSD legislation   WorkplaceNL has initiated a review of its mental stress policy. The goal of the review is to modernize the approach to work-related mental health issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Registered nurses (RNs) are constantly exposed to life and death situations and are witness to various other complex

Christmas Closure Notice

Provincial Office will be closed from 4:30 p.m. Friday, December 22 until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. If a critical situation occurs while we are closed, please consult our policy on “After hours critical incidents.” You will find suggestions for members and branch volunteers on how to respond until Provincial Office is available.

Registered Nurses’ Union Launch new Campaign, More Full-Time RNs can Save a lot

St. John’s – The Registered Nurses’ Union Newfoundland & Labrador (RNU) launched a new campaign today, which highlights the inadequate staffing practices currently facing RNs in this province. The “More Full-Time RNs Can Save A Lot” campaign will address the serious issues that RNs face regarding staffing and workload challenges. When there is not adequate

Registered Nurses’ Union Ready to Launch Campaign on November 6th

St. John’s –On November 6, 2017, the Registered Nurses’ Union Newfoundland and Labrador (RNU) will unveil a new campaign, shining a light on serious staffing challenges faced by Registered Nurses (RNs) in this province. Inadequate staffing is a major issue for RNs, and the health care system. It is negatively impacting patients and RNs, and

Awareness Campaign Launch

Please join us on Facebook Live. Registered Nurses know better than anyone that our health care system is hurting. It’s time we act. Join the Registered Nurses’ Union as we launch an awareness campaign that will focus on a solution – a solution for patients, RNs and government. It’s time we invest in safer RN