Silvie Crawford reflects on 2022

The end of the calendar year is an opportunity to reflect, and by any measure 2022 was extraordinary.

There continued to be significant challenges in our health care system, and there was also great work accomplished to support safe nursing practice and patient safety.

Looking back on the year that was, I am so grateful for all the dedicated work that so many nurses, health care partners and College of Nurses of Ontario staff contributed. That work from these different groups took all sorts of forms, whether it was administering vaccines, anticipating the needs of patients or implementing policies to support health human resources, and all of it combined to make our health care system better.

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Make sure to renew membership, as deadline approaches

CNO’s Annual Membership Renewal (AMR) is well underway, with just over two weeks until the deadline.

All nurses in Ontario are required to renew their registration for 2023 by 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022. It doesn't take long to renew: The average time is just over 10 minutes... 

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CNO updates Code of Conduct

On Dec. 7, 2022, CNO Council approved proposed changes to CNO’s Code of Conduct to reflect the evolving health care needs of clients and the dynamic nature of the nursing profession. The new Code will take effect Monday, June 5, 2023, to allow the system time to prepare for the change...

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CNO reflects: Using your feedback, QA changes are coming in 2023

As we near the end of the year, it’s time to reflect on the past 12 months and look ahead.

Nurses are life-long learners, and you renew this commitment to learning, reflecting, and professional growth every year by completing Quality Assurance (QA)...

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CNO by the numbers

What did 2022 look like at CNO? Here are some fun facts and figures about the year that was.

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