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Healthcare Reform Consultations

March 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

The Department of Heath has begun to host virtual consultations with New Brunswickers to build a five-year provincial health plan that supports a health-care system that is responsive to the needs of patients, providers, and communities now and into the future.

Here is our opportunity to share our firsthand knowledge about the gaps, the issues and the solutions for better health care delivery in NB.  I have been and will continue to be a strong voice for RNs and NPs in the province, but I am now asking you to help strengthen my voice by validating what I have been telling government and decision makers for years; this is your time to be vocal in a way that can potentially make all the difference in your work life.

As RNs and NPs – your work is directly affected by the issues that plague our system. You witness firsthand the unnecessary suffering of your patients, clients, and residents impacted by the gaps and barriers in our healthcare system. I cannot stress enough, the importance of your perspective, in speaking for those who cannot, and for the need to put a face to the data and budget driven decisions.

There will be forums exclusively for RN’s and NP’s, along with forums in many communities around the province. I encourage you to participate in the forums that you can and bring the lens of expertise and experience as RN’s and NP’s directly on the front lines.

We have pulled together for your reference, this document to help guide you if you do not want to share your personal story/experience but want to still engage in the discussions by asking some of the questions below.

Consultation Sessions for Registered Nurses / Nurse Practitioners:

March 10, 10:30am.-12:00pm – Register here.
March 19, 3:00pm.-4:30pm – Register here.

Consultation Sessions for the General Public: visit, https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/health/healthcare_review.html

Details

Date:
March 19
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm