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Association des infirmières praticiennes spécialisées du Québec


Nurses & NP Assoc of BC


Nurse Practitioners provide comprehensive clinical care including the diagnosis and management of disease/illness, prescribing medications, ordering/interpreting laboratory/diagnostic tests, and initiating referrals to specialists. NP practice does not require physician supervision. Because of their positive contributions and the ability of NPs to improve access to health services, British Columbia’s introduction of NPs has increased access to care with further room to grow. We look forward to caring for you!


 
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NP Assoc of Canada


NPAC-AIIPC is the national voice for Nurse Practitioners, with the goal of advocating for, and reducing barriers to NP practice. Nurse practitioners work collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team to not only provide individual patient care, but also to improve practice and community/population health, using evidence-informed, best practice and research to develop, implement and evaluate care.


 
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NL NP Association


The NLNPA is a professional organization that supports and advances the professional interests of its members by promoting a social, economic and political environment in which Nurse Practitioners are able to provide health care services that meet the highest professional standards of practice.


 
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NP Assoc of AB


Since its founding in 2004, the NPAA has been diligently working within our Mission & Values to change the face of NP practice in Alberta. Through endeavours such as media campaigns, blog, and our newly updated website we are striving to increase the public’s awareness of the NP role and practice. For our members, we are growing partnerships with key stakeholders in Alberta to remove barriers to practice, and celebrating the resultant successes such as legislative changes and more.


 
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SK Assoc of NPs


SANP works with stakeholders across the province in all levels of government to advocate for additional NP positions and expansion of the role in order to provide consistent and quality care for the residents of Saskatchewan. We value our relationship with the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN) and the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA), and continue to work with them to improve NP practice, patient safety, and job satisfaction. SANP is proud to maintain and foster new  relationships with other professional practice groups and associations.


 
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NP Assoc of ON


This group of pioneers worked hard at raising the visibility of the role of the NP by promoting the role through media interviews. They also lobbied elected officials and the leaders of other disciplines to create an awareness of the real contribution that nursing could make in the health care system. NPs even influenced nursing leaders who were still unfamiliar with the potential for this role.


 
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NP Assoc of NS


The goal of NPANS is to enhance the health of Nova Scotians through the advocacy, support and development of the nurse practitioner (NP) role.


 
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ICN NP APN Network


The KEY GOAL of the Network is to become an international resource for nurses practising in Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Advanced Practice Nursing Roles (APN) roles, and interested others (e.g. policymakers, educators, regulators, health planners)


 
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PE NP Assoc


To ensure holistic care for all, nurse practitioners integrate knowledge gained through research, theory, clinical expertise, individuals and their families, colleagues, collaborators, and self-reflection. Nurse practitioners serve a meaningful role in improving access to care for all Islanders. 

The Prince Edward Island Nurse Practitioner Association (PEINPA) is a non-profit, volunteer-led special interest group that supports and advances the professional interests of its membership: nurse practitioners (NPs) and nurse practitioner students. PEINPA facilitates the efforts of NPs to provide accessible, efficient and effective healthcare at the highest standards of practice. 


 
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NP of NB


(NP) is an advance practice nurse who has completed a master’s level university degree and has advanced knowledge and clinical expertise to diagnose, treat, and manage disease or illness. NPs prescribe medications, order/interpret laboratory/diagnostic tests, and refer to specialists when needed. NPs do not work under the direction of a physician but work in collaboration with physicians, specialists and other healthcare team members such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, Extra Mural Program, pharmacists, etc. NPs provide comprehensive clinical care that blends the practice of medicine with the practice of nursing.


 
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American Assoc of NPs


With more than 117,000 members, AANP is a community of individuals and organizations who are united by their commitment to provide exceptional patient care. Your collective voices form The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner® and strengthen your association’s ability to advocate for NPs and their patients. AANP offers a comprehensive portfolio of valuable membership benefits, so regardless of the membership type you choose, your investment can easily pay for itself.

NPs are quickly becoming the health care provider of choice for millions of Americans. As clinicians who assess, diagnose and treat acute and chronic diseases, as well as counsel, coordinate care and educate patients regarding their illnesses, NPs bring a comprehensive perspective to health care. Discover why Americans make more than 1.06 billion visits to NPs annually.


 
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Entry Exam Information


Prescribing Controlled Drugs and Substances


Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba apply for account number


Manitoba Health and Seniors Care Tariff Codes


Manitoba Health & Seniors Care apply for billing number (ordering labs)


Claims processing system register for billing number


 
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Shared Health echart Manitoba


NPAM regional communities of practice


Communities of practice - being a NPAM Member is a great resource as it provides a network.


 
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Athabasca University NP Library Guide


MUMS Guidelines Student discount


UpFront with Canadian NPs - 6 // Telehealth, Nurse Navigation, and (of course) COVID-19


Join me as I chat with Talia, a registered nurse who works at Manitoba's Telehealth hub. We will discuss how Telehealth can impact the lives of Manitobans as well as some of the many changes in recent weeks. 

As mentioned in the episode, access ProQuest for a wide variety of nursing related ebooks. Login to MyCNA (through Canadian Nurses Association), go to Library Resources, and sign in to ProQuest Ebook Central. You can also try using this link: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/nurseone-ebooks/home.action

Email upfrontnp@gmail.com with any thoughts, comments, or ideas!

A big thanks to Zoom for being free right now!

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.


 
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UpFront with Canadian NPs: 7 // Professional Development, Coworkers, and Acute Care


Join Michelle and I as we discuss working as an NP in one of Winnipeg's acute care facilities, some of the challenges that come with the job, and things she does for professional development. 

As always, email me at upfrontnp@gmail.com with any comments, questions, or thoughts!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
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UpFront with Canadian NPs - 5 // Loving that NP Life


Join NP Erin Brickman and I as we chat a bit about what we do here at McGregor WICC and why we love being NPs. We also have some discussion on what our health authority does well, and what we can hope for in the future.

For more information on what's new with the NP program at UofM, check out this link:

https://news.umanitoba.ca/inter-professional-link-between-dentistry-and-primary-health-explored/?preview_id=126747

For the PPI article written by our colleagues: https://www.npjournal.org/article/S1555-4155(20)30034-9/abstract

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.

Willis, T., & Duff, E. (2020). Optimizing prescribing and deprescribing of proton pump inhibitors. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. doi: 10.1016/j.nurpra.2020.01.004

You can also request it from your regional library.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with any thoughts, comments, or ideas!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.


 
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UpFront with Canadian NPs - 2 // Primary Care, Teen Clinic, and Terminal Degrees


Today we chat with Rachel Wiebe Skouta, an NP who works in multiple primary care clinics in Manitoba's Southern Health region. Join us as we discuss resources currently available for teens, some of the needs in the region, and terminal degree options for NPs.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with thoughts, comments, or suggestions!

Rachel's Article can be found at: https://www.npjournal.org/article/S1555-4155(14)00415-2/abstract 

If you'd like a PDF copy, send us an email with your request.

Province of Manitoba News Release

https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=46411&posted=2019-11-29

Music and Editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
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UpFront with Canadian NPs - 3 // Educating, Prescribing, and Exploring Private Practice


Nicole Watling joins us today to discuss some of what she does as an NP here in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We cover a bit about being an educator, the nurse prescriber program, private practice, and what she has loved about being an NP.

You can find Nicole at Enhance Medical Aesthetics on:

Instagram: Botoxwpg

https://www.instagram.com/botoxwpg/?hl=en

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/Enhance-Medical-Aesthetics-101344164712909/

Also:

NPAM Renewal

http://nursepractitioner.ca/

MNU Bargaining Survey: Due January 10,2020

https://manitobanurses.ca/online-bargaining-survey

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with thoughts, comments, or suggestions!

Music and Editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
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Find a Nurse Practitioner - Southern Health-Santé Sud Nurse Practitioners


Southern Health Nurse Practitioners


 
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Find a Nurser Practitioner - Prairie Mountain Health NPs


Prairie Mountain Health Nurse Practitioners


 
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Find a Nurse Practitioner - Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority


Find a Nurse Practitioner - NPRX Manitoba


Nurse practitioner providing primary care.


 
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Find a Nurse Practitioner - HomeHealthNP


HomeHealth NP providing primary care.


 
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Find a Nurse Practitioner - NP House Call Services


UpFront with Canadian NPs - 4 // Graduating, Walk in Clinics, and Imposter Syndrome


Join me (Rachel Ingels Bergman) as I discuss life outside of NP school, starting a new job, and dealing with stress.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com if you or someone you know would like to be on the show!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.

Referenced:

Nagoski, E. & Nagoski, A. (2019). Burnout: The secret to unlocking the stress cycle. New York, NY: Ballantine Books.

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
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Natural


Form Medical Aesthetics


Enhance Medical Aethetics


Rat River Health


Hiraeth Medical Aethetics


The First Glance


Sunrise Aesthetic Clinic


Joanna Orlowski Medical Aesthetics


Correctional Services Canada


Health Canada


Manitoba Teen Clinics


Dialogue


The Face Bar


Menzies Medical Centre


Akira


Freddie


Independent Nurse Practitioner


Lac Du Bonnet Medical Group


Aurora Recovery Centre


Wello


SKINSeine


Brandon Botox


Calian


Main Street Project


Bayshore HealthCare


Cancer Care Manitoba


Monarch Medical Aesthetics


Association des infirmières praticiennes spécialisées du Québec


Nurses & NP Assoc of BC


Nurse Practitioners provide comprehensive clinical care including the diagnosis and management of disease/illness, prescribing medications, ordering/interpreting laboratory/diagnostic tests, and initiating referrals to specialists. NP practice does not require physician supervision. Because of their positive contributions and the ability of NPs to improve access to health services, British Columbia’s introduction of NPs has increased access to care with further room to grow. We look forward to caring for you!


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

NP Assoc of Canada


NPAC-AIIPC is the national voice for Nurse Practitioners, with the goal of advocating for, and reducing barriers to NP practice. Nurse practitioners work collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team to not only provide individual patient care, but also to improve practice and community/population health, using evidence-informed, best practice and research to develop, implement and evaluate care.


 
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NL NP Association


The NLNPA is a professional organization that supports and advances the professional interests of its members by promoting a social, economic and political environment in which Nurse Practitioners are able to provide health care services that meet the highest professional standards of practice.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

NP Assoc of AB


Since its founding in 2004, the NPAA has been diligently working within our Mission & Values to change the face of NP practice in Alberta. Through endeavours such as media campaigns, blog, and our newly updated website we are striving to increase the public’s awareness of the NP role and practice. For our members, we are growing partnerships with key stakeholders in Alberta to remove barriers to practice, and celebrating the resultant successes such as legislative changes and more.


 
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SK Assoc of NPs


SANP works with stakeholders across the province in all levels of government to advocate for additional NP positions and expansion of the role in order to provide consistent and quality care for the residents of Saskatchewan. We value our relationship with the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN) and the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA), and continue to work with them to improve NP practice, patient safety, and job satisfaction. SANP is proud to maintain and foster new  relationships with other professional practice groups and associations.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

NP Assoc of ON


This group of pioneers worked hard at raising the visibility of the role of the NP by promoting the role through media interviews. They also lobbied elected officials and the leaders of other disciplines to create an awareness of the real contribution that nursing could make in the health care system. NPs even influenced nursing leaders who were still unfamiliar with the potential for this role.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

NP Assoc of NS


The goal of NPANS is to enhance the health of Nova Scotians through the advocacy, support and development of the nurse practitioner (NP) role.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

ICN NP APN Network


The KEY GOAL of the Network is to become an international resource for nurses practising in Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Advanced Practice Nursing Roles (APN) roles, and interested others (e.g. policymakers, educators, regulators, health planners)


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

PE NP Assoc


To ensure holistic care for all, nurse practitioners integrate knowledge gained through research, theory, clinical expertise, individuals and their families, colleagues, collaborators, and self-reflection. Nurse practitioners serve a meaningful role in improving access to care for all Islanders. 

The Prince Edward Island Nurse Practitioner Association (PEINPA) is a non-profit, volunteer-led special interest group that supports and advances the professional interests of its membership: nurse practitioners (NPs) and nurse practitioner students. PEINPA facilitates the efforts of NPs to provide accessible, efficient and effective healthcare at the highest standards of practice. 


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

NP of NB


(NP) is an advance practice nurse who has completed a master’s level university degree and has advanced knowledge and clinical expertise to diagnose, treat, and manage disease or illness. NPs prescribe medications, order/interpret laboratory/diagnostic tests, and refer to specialists when needed. NPs do not work under the direction of a physician but work in collaboration with physicians, specialists and other healthcare team members such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, dietitians, Extra Mural Program, pharmacists, etc. NPs provide comprehensive clinical care that blends the practice of medicine with the practice of nursing.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

American Assoc of NPs


With more than 117,000 members, AANP is a community of individuals and organizations who are united by their commitment to provide exceptional patient care. Your collective voices form The Voice of the Nurse Practitioner® and strengthen your association’s ability to advocate for NPs and their patients. AANP offers a comprehensive portfolio of valuable membership benefits, so regardless of the membership type you choose, your investment can easily pay for itself.

NPs are quickly becoming the health care provider of choice for millions of Americans. As clinicians who assess, diagnose and treat acute and chronic diseases, as well as counsel, coordinate care and educate patients regarding their illnesses, NPs bring a comprehensive perspective to health care. Discover why Americans make more than 1.06 billion visits to NPs annually.


 
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Entry Exam Information


Prescribing Controlled Drugs and Substances


Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba apply for account number


Manitoba Health and Seniors Care Tariff Codes


Manitoba Health & Seniors Care apply for billing number (ordering labs)


Claims processing system register for billing number


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Shared Health echart Manitoba


NPAM regional communities of practice


Communities of practice - being a NPAM Member is a great resource as it provides a network.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Athabasca University NP Library Guide


MUMS Guidelines Student discount


UpFront with Canadian NPs - 6 // Telehealth, Nurse Navigation, and (of course) COVID-19


Join me as I chat with Talia, a registered nurse who works at Manitoba's Telehealth hub. We will discuss how Telehealth can impact the lives of Manitobans as well as some of the many changes in recent weeks. 

As mentioned in the episode, access ProQuest for a wide variety of nursing related ebooks. Login to MyCNA (through Canadian Nurses Association), go to Library Resources, and sign in to ProQuest Ebook Central. You can also try using this link: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/nurseone-ebooks/home.action

Email upfrontnp@gmail.com with any thoughts, comments, or ideas!

A big thanks to Zoom for being free right now!

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

UpFront with Canadian NPs: 7 // Professional Development, Coworkers, and Acute Care


Join Michelle and I as we discuss working as an NP in one of Winnipeg's acute care facilities, some of the challenges that come with the job, and things she does for professional development. 

As always, email me at upfrontnp@gmail.com with any comments, questions, or thoughts!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

UpFront with Canadian NPs - 5 // Loving that NP Life


Join NP Erin Brickman and I as we chat a bit about what we do here at McGregor WICC and why we love being NPs. We also have some discussion on what our health authority does well, and what we can hope for in the future.

For more information on what's new with the NP program at UofM, check out this link:

https://news.umanitoba.ca/inter-professional-link-between-dentistry-and-primary-health-explored/?preview_id=126747

For the PPI article written by our colleagues: https://www.npjournal.org/article/S1555-4155(20)30034-9/abstract

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.

Willis, T., & Duff, E. (2020). Optimizing prescribing and deprescribing of proton pump inhibitors. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners. doi: 10.1016/j.nurpra.2020.01.004

You can also request it from your regional library.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with any thoughts, comments, or ideas!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

UpFront with Canadian NPs - 2 // Primary Care, Teen Clinic, and Terminal Degrees


Today we chat with Rachel Wiebe Skouta, an NP who works in multiple primary care clinics in Manitoba's Southern Health region. Join us as we discuss resources currently available for teens, some of the needs in the region, and terminal degree options for NPs.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with thoughts, comments, or suggestions!

Rachel's Article can be found at: https://www.npjournal.org/article/S1555-4155(14)00415-2/abstract 

If you'd like a PDF copy, send us an email with your request.

Province of Manitoba News Release

https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=46411&posted=2019-11-29

Music and Editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

UpFront with Canadian NPs - 3 // Educating, Prescribing, and Exploring Private Practice


Nicole Watling joins us today to discuss some of what she does as an NP here in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We cover a bit about being an educator, the nurse prescriber program, private practice, and what she has loved about being an NP.

You can find Nicole at Enhance Medical Aesthetics on:

Instagram: Botoxwpg

https://www.instagram.com/botoxwpg/?hl=en

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/Enhance-Medical-Aesthetics-101344164712909/

Also:

NPAM Renewal

http://nursepractitioner.ca/

MNU Bargaining Survey: Due January 10,2020

https://manitobanurses.ca/online-bargaining-survey

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com with thoughts, comments, or suggestions!

Music and Editing by Daniel Bergman

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Find a Nurse Practitioner - Southern Health-Santé Sud Nurse Practitioners


Southern Health Nurse Practitioners


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Find a Nurser Practitioner - Prairie Mountain Health NPs


Prairie Mountain Health Nurse Practitioners


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Find a Nurse Practitioner - Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority


Find a Nurse Practitioner - NPRX Manitoba


Nurse practitioner providing primary care.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Find a Nurse Practitioner - HomeHealthNP


HomeHealth NP providing primary care.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Find a Nurse Practitioner - NP House Call Services


UpFront with Canadian NPs - 4 // Graduating, Walk in Clinics, and Imposter Syndrome


Join me (Rachel Ingels Bergman) as I discuss life outside of NP school, starting a new job, and dealing with stress.

Email us at upfrontnp@gmail.com if you or someone you know would like to be on the show!

Music and editing by Daniel Bergman.

Referenced:

Nagoski, E. & Nagoski, A. (2019). Burnout: The secret to unlocking the stress cycle. New York, NY: Ballantine Books.

This is a podcast where Nurse Practitioners come together to share, discuss challenges, and inspire. The goal of this podcast is to bring NPs together and build a community in a profession that often can feel isolating. We are here to learn more about NPs working in Canada, why they do what they do, what they love about their jobs, and what inspires them to continue doing the work they do.


 
| report a broken link | suggest a similar resource

Natural


Form Medical Aesthetics


Enhance Medical Aethetics


Rat River Health


Hiraeth Medical Aethetics


The First Glance


Sunrise Aesthetic Clinic


Joanna Orlowski Medical Aesthetics


Correctional Services Canada


Health Canada


Manitoba Teen Clinics


Dialogue


The Face Bar


Menzies Medical Centre


Akira


Freddie


Independent Nurse Practitioner


Lac Du Bonnet Medical Group


Aurora Recovery Centre


Wello


SKINSeine


Brandon Botox


Calian


Main Street Project


Bayshore HealthCare


Cancer Care Manitoba


Monarch Medical Aesthetics