Celebrating Nurses’ Week: May 9th to 15th
NSGEU nurses truly are with their patients every step of the way.
They have been tireless advocates, speaking out on issues of patient safety and pushing for the introduction of mandatory minimum nurse to patient ratios, to ensure safe staffing levels in our hospitals.
NSGEU nurses truly are leading the way in Nova Scotia, calling for much-needed improvements to our health care system, all while working in challenging conditions.
We appreciate your dedication to the people of this province.
Click here to download a copy of the Canadian Nurses Association poster.
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