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Registered Nurse| Critical Care Transport/High Acuity Response Team (HART)

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Registered Nurse| Critical Care Transport/High Acuity Response Team (HART) Position Summary This position may qualify for up to $10,000 as a signing…

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Field Case Manager (12 Month Contract)

The Field Case Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the program for assigned physicians in a given geographical area or hospital.

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Vancouver Coastal Health

The salary range for this position is CAD $74.48/Hr. - CAD $81.93/Hr. Come work as a Nurse Practitioner with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! KAL'NU...

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DaVita Inc.

9120 NE Vancouver Mall DriveSuite 160, Vancouver, Washington, 98662, United States of America DaVita is seeking a Nurse who is looking to give life...

Alio Health Services

Job Title: Registered Nurse or Registered Practical Nurse Date: May, 21, 2024 Location: Vancouver, BC Remote: No Business Unit: Health Department:...

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Bayshore HealthCare

Make being the difference your Career. Do you want to earn a competitive wage? Do you want to make a difference? Do you want to gain excellent nurs...

Nurse Practitioner, Mental Health and Substance Use New

The salary range for this position is CAD $74.48/Hr. - CAD $81.93/Hr. Come work as a Nurse Practitioner with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! NURSE...

Registered Nurse (RN) Med/Surg - Surgical Short Stay New

The salary range for this position is CAD $41.42/Hr. - CAD $55.91/Hr. Come work as a Registered Nurse with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! Vancouve...

Addiction Nurse - Registered Nurse (RN) / Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN) New

The salary range for this position is CAD $41.42/Hr. - CAD $55.91/Hr. Come work as a Addiction Clinic Nurse at Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! Vanc...

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The University of British Columbia

Staff - Non Union Job Category M&P - AAPS Job Profile AAPS Salaried - Nursing, Level B Job Title Nursing Practice Educator Department Administrativ...

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Sunrise Senior Living

COMMUNITY NAME Sunrise of Lynn Valley JOB OVERVIEW "It makes me feel good knowing that we make the residents' lives better. We laugh with them, cry...

Discharge Follow up Nurse (RN/RPN) New

The salary range for this position is CAD $41.42/Hr. - CAD $55.91/Hr. Come work as a Discharge Follow Up Nurse with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)!...

Nurse Practitioner, VCH Epilepsy Program New

The salary range for this position is CAD $74.48/Hr. - CAD $81.93/Hr. Come work as a Nurse Practitioner with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! The Va...

Nurse (RN) Eating Disorders New

The salary range for this position is CAD $41.42/Hr. - CAD $55.91/Hr. Come work as a Nurse (RN) Eating Disorders with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH...

Clinical Educator (RN), Regional Perioperative Program New

The salary range for this position is CAD $49.20/Hr. - CAD $63.47/Hr. Come work as a Clinical Educator with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH)! Vancouv...

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PeaceHealth

Description PeaceHealth is seeking a Medical Assistant or LPN Clinic - Orthopedics for a Full Time, 1.00 FTE, Day position. The salary range for th...

RN Critical Access Team Lead, Friday Harbor New

Description PeaceHealth is seeking a RN Critical Access Team Lead for a Full Time, 0.90 FTE, Night position. The salary range for this job opening...

RN - Recovery Room/PACU New

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RN (Training) Inpatient, Observation Unit New

Description PeaceHealth is seeking a RN (Training) Inpatient for a Full Time, 0.90 FTE, Night position. Additional training and support is availabl...

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B.C. becomes first Canadian province to implement minimum nurse-patient ratio policy

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B.C.'s minimum nurse-to-patient ratio policy is a breakthrough in the province's healthcare system, which is currently experiencing an escalating nursing shortage. BCNU

British Columbia’s government announced a plan this past March to implement minimum nurse-to-patient ratios, aiming for at least one nurse for every four patients in medical and surgical units at all times. Once fully implemented, this initiative will make B.C. the first jurisdiction in the world to mandate such a low ratio in this specific hospital unit.

It’s a significant breakthrough that can’t come soon enough for both nurses and the people they care for, says Adriane Gear, president of the British Columbia Nurses’ Union (BCNU).

“In many cases, what we have now is the illusion of care,” says Gear, a nurse of over 30 years and a key campaigner of the minimum ratio policy. “The reality is that care every day is being missed, and there are dire consequences.”

Gear paints a troubling picture of B.C.’s current healthcare system. She says B.C. nurses caring for patients recovering from surgery might have 10 or 12 patients under their care – and that’s on a good day. Many units are operating with less than half the staff they need.

“If somebody suffers a complication…after surgery, a nurse should be able to actually observe you and notice subtle changes,” she says. “Right now, nurses are spread so thin that these opportunities for early intervention just don’t exist, or in some cases, are missed.”

The effects overworked nurses have on patient care is well-documented. For example, a 2021 study found that for each additional patient added to a nurse’s workload, there was a 16 per cent increase in the risk of death within 30 days for those patients.

Additionally, what should be therapeutic care can sometimes feel like “factory care,” Gear says, meaning nurses are unable to give patients the time and attention they need. This inevitably translates into worse outcomes for patients. Studies have shown that increasing the number of patients under nurses’ care results in higher mortality, medication errors, longer hospital stays and higher readmission rates.

Without standardized minimum patient ratios, nurses have become demoralized due to the mental and physical burdens that result from the consistent daily care of multiple patients, Gear adds.

“Nurses, to their own detriment, continue to band together and make it work,” Gear says. “It’s not like you can say, ‘Forget this, I’m just leaving.’ Nurses are required to work, in some extreme instances, up to 24-hour shifts, because they can’t abandon their patient if nobody else is coming in.”

The result is a cycle of overwork and burnout, contributing to the worsening nursing shortage. The numbers speak for themselves: There’s an increasing number of unfilled nursing positions in B.C., with Statistics Canada recently reporting over 5,000 nurse job vacancies in the province. That’s a stark jump from the 1,615 vacancies seen at the end of 2018.

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“The system has been held up on the backs of nurses, and because we’ve done such a good job of it, the general public isn’t always aware of the issue”, she says. “We have many nurses in the system that are just hanging on for dear life.”

The staffing shortage has led to emergency room closures and employers spending tens of millions of dollars on for-profit staffing agencies as they try to bridge the gap. That’s why the introduction of minimum ratios — which adjust to a lower, better nurse-to-patient ratio for sicker patients, as low as 1:1 in ICUs — will be a gamechanger.

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The B.C. Nurses’ Union has been campaigning for the provincial government to implement a minimum nurse-to-patient ratio policy for more than 25 years, interim CEO Jim Gould says. BCNU

“At the end of the day, it’s a simple proposition: More nurses equal better care,” says Jim Gould, BCNU’s interim CEO and a key player in negotiating the forthcoming policy. “Minimum nurse-patient ratios ensure that nurses have the time they require to provide appropriate and high levels of care.”

He adds that the ratios recognize that patient care is a hands-on job and that nurses have less time for each patient, depending on the number of patients they’re responsible for.

“It really is that simple, but unfortunately somewhere along the way, with budgets and pressures on healthcare, we’ve lost touch,” he says, adding that the ratios present an opportunity to clearly and definitively establish a measure of successful care.

The minimum ratios are a Canadian first, but they have been successfully implemented in other jurisdictions, like Australia and California. That said, B.C. is leading the way globally when it comes to extending the implementation of ratios in community and long-term care.

“[In these other jurisdictions, minimum ratios] reduced nurse injury, it improved quality of care, the quality of the nursing experience, decreased sick leave, increased morale and caused more nurses to come back to work,” Gould says. “It really dug those jurisdictions out of similar situations to what we find ourselves in here in Canada.”

The BCNU has been pushing the provincial government to implement minimum nurse-patient ratios for more than 25 years, Gould adds. While it will take time, he says the government’s commitment is a step in the right direction.

“The fact that it’s taken so long is unfortunate, but it represents a very exciting opportunity for healthcare in this country,” Gould says. “I think everyone is watching, and they should be, because this is going to work.”

Gear says she’s looking forward to the day when nurses might finally have the appropriate conditions and support to do the job they love in the way they were trained to do it. When this does happen, it will be due to the successful implementation of the minimum ratio policy, she says.

“Nurses will no longer have that moral distress that they haven’t provided [the level of care they want] to their patients,” she says. “Nurses will have quality practice environments where they have the conditions of work that improve conditions of care for patients, and [they’ll] know that they’ve been able to do everything that was needed and required for their patients.”

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Chadi is one of the Navigators at Health Match BC, supporting internationally educated nurses on their journey to becoming registered in BC. She has a background in Psychology, and for the last 4 years, has been working with health care professionals, providing them with information on the registration process, supporting their job search efforts, and guiding them with their immigration applications. Chadi believes everyone should have the opportunity to work in their chosen career and endeavours to support them in any way she can to achieve their dream to work in BC.

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Charlotte has been providing support to internationally educated nurses for some years at Health Match BC. She has a background in Social work and being an immigrant herself, Charlotte understands the importance of being able to succeed in a new country. She feels that the best part of her job is to be able to inform and support candidates through their registration journey. She operates on the basis that everyone she meets has something to teach her.

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Naomi is an experienced professional with over 11 years of service in assisting internationally educated nurses (IENs). In her past role, she worked with a private college, helping IENs with their journeys, from arriving in Canada to securing nursing employment opportunities across the country. Throughout her career, Naomi has demonstrated a deep commitment to helping IENs navigate the complex nursing registration pathway. Her expertise lies in providing guidance, support, and necessary resources for their registration requirements. Naomi is dedicated to ensuring a smooth transition for IENs in British Columbia (BC) and is thrilled to continue empowering them in their registration journey with Health Match BC.

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Angela De Smitt

Angela returned to the North Peace in 1997. Her experience includes working as the NE Chief Operating Officer, Health Services Administrator for the North Peace, while working as the Operational Lead for acute care planning and transition during the development of the new Fort St. John Hospital and Peace Villa facility. She also held the positions of Director of Patient Care Services and Inpatient Unit Manager at the Fort St. John Hospital and Health Centre. She has interprovincial experience in nursing leadership positions in Alberta as well in both Peace River Hospital and Community Health Centre, and the High Level Hospital. Angela has represented Northern Health on a number of provincial committees including the 2019 and 2023 NBA Bargaining Committees.

Angela graduated from the University of Alberta Hospital School of Nursing, obtained her Bachelor of Nursing from Athabasca University; and graduated from Royal Roads University with a Masters of Leadership in Health Care.

Angela has embraced the opportunities to lead and participate system changes in Northern rural and remote communities in the BC and AB health care system.

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Aneta D'Angelo, MEd, BScN, RN

Aneta D’Angelo obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and a Master’s degree in Education from University of Windsor, Ontario – degrees which showcase her dedication to both healthcare and education. With over 23 years of nursing experience, 13 of which were dedicated to progressive leadership, Aneta brings a wealth of knowledge to her current role within the Professional Practice Office of Interior Health Authority (British Columbia, Canada). 

In Aneta’s current role as the Director of Education, she oversees a wide range of responsibilities, including programs that support internationally trained nurses, employed student nurses, specialty education, new graduate transition to practice, clinical mentorship, and preceptorship.  One of her most recent achievements is the expansion of the Clinical Education Portfolio under her leadership. Aneta has transformed the department, growing it from 7.0 direct reports and 120 employed students to an impressive 56.0 reports and over 520 employed students. Her strategic vision and dedication have been pivotal in achieving this significant milestone.

Aneta has also imparted her expertise at the post-secondary level, having taught at institutions such as the University of British Columbia and Okanagan College in the Bachelor of Nursing Program.  In alignment with her passion for education and high standards in practice, her dedication extends to the regulatory level, with experience providing provincial consultation and where she still currently serves on the Nursing Program Recognition Committee with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives.

Aneta’s dedication to quality health care environments and sharing successes broadly, has also led to provincial interest and eventual adoption of many clinical education solutions such as the New Graduate program.  She is provincially known as a trailblazing healthcare leader who has made substantial contributions to the field of clinical education and nursing practice in British Columbia. Her impressive career journey and commitment to excellence continue to inspire those around her.

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Shannon Rodrigues

Shannon joined the Health Match BC Nurse Recruitment Team in the spring of 2022 as a Recruitment Consultant.  She enjoys working with candidates from around the world and loves nothing more than supporting her applicants in finding exactly the right job opportunity in beautiful British Columbia.

With over a decade of recruitment experience in both health care and post secondary, Shannon prides herself on providing her candidates with resources and supports for their individual needs in starting their journey to becoming a nurse in British Columbia.

Born and raised in British Columbia, Shannon loves nothing more then sharing with others the beautiful part of the world she lives in! You can always count on her to point you in the right direction of the best cup of coffee in town! Outside of work Shannon can be found exploring all the best BC has to offer with her little family!

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David Waller, RN, BA, MSc

David began his healthcare career by graduating from Oxford Brookes University with a Bachelor of Arts in Paediatric Nursing (1993). To specialize in Critical Care, he transitioned to the John Radcliffe Hospital’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and obtained specialty certification at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. Keen to develop advanced competence in the speciality of Paediatric Critical Care and extend his scope of practice, David undertook his Master of Science degree in Autonomous Healthcare Practice, graduating in 2005.l

A move to Vancouver in 2006 brought David to BC Children’s Hospital where he has further honed his leadership skills as a clinician, Operations Leader, and Clinical Leader for functional design for Redevelopment & now as a Leader in Professional Practice for BC Women’s & BC Children’s Hospitals.

His goal is to support Best Care in partnership with Women, Children & their families by enabling engaged & competent teams to deliver quality outcomes and positive patient and family experiences.​

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Michael-Ann Miller, RN, BSN

Michael-Ann traded in the amenities and anonymity of big city life to move to a small community over a decade ago. Her husband stayed home with the kids, and she got a job in a little hospital nestled deep in the ponderosa pines of the Interior of British Columbia, Canada. Filled with unique challenges and benefits she has developed a comprehensive skill set and autonomous practice working in a rural Emergency Department. She now acts as a voice for rural nurses, serving on the executive for the Canadian Association for Rural and Remote Nursing. In addition, Michael-Ann furthered her career to become a leader and mentor to many nurses through her role as a clinical operations manager. When she is not working, she is playing with her kids, making art, or doing the dishes. Living and working in rural BC was the best decision she ever made to grow both her career and her family, and she is excited to share this experience with the United Kingdom.

Michael-Ann looks forward to speaking with you in London and Dublin.

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Flávia Mandic, RN, BScN, MAL

Flávia is from Brazil and got her bachelor’s in Science in Nursing from the Universidade of Brasilia. She is one of the Internationally Educated Nurses featured in the Health Match BC video (insert link if you have it). While attending an International Nursing Conference for a week in Vancouver in 1997, she fell in love with the city and started the process to revalidate her nursing credentials in British Columbia.

She moved to Vancouver in 2000 and after working 17 years in St Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, she got her master’s in leadership for healthcare. She is currently working as a Director of Specialized Paediatric Medical Services at BC Children’s Hospital, where she has been for the last 4 and half years. Flávia lives in Vancouver with her husband, their two children, and a dog. She is so grateful for this diverse and inclusive country that provided so many opportunities for growing as a nurse and as a leader.

Passionate about recruiting other Internationally Educated Nurses, she is excited to join Health Match BC in the UK & Ireland Roadshow. Come and chat with Flávia in London and Dublin.”

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Lisa Maks, RN, MN, CDE

Lisa has recently started in a newly created position in BC as the Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist for Providence Healthcare. She brings 34 years of nursing experience with a variety of areas including renal transplant, critical care, cardiovascular, to name a few.

She’s been a Certified Diabetes Educator since 2004 and a Diabetes Clinical Nurse Specialist for Hamilton Health Sciences in Ontario with focus on diabetes management in the in-patient setting since 2011. The scope of practice for this Advanced Practice Nursing role included providing expert consultation to Prescribers and devising the plan of care for patients admitted to hospital, quality improvement projects, leadership, education, and research.

She’s also been an Associate Clinical Professor with McMaster University School of Nursing in Hamilton, Ontario from 2008 – 2021 and looks forward to joining Faculty at University of British Columbia this year.

You can speak with Lisa in Manchester and Birmingham

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Davey MacLennan

Born in Inverness in the highlands of Scotland and raised in the Northeast in a town called Elgin. He started his career in healthcare as a nursing assistant before Graduating as a Registered Mental Nurse (RMN) at Stirling University. He honed his skills as a Staff nurse in acute psychiatry and as a Community Psychiatric Nurse before emigrating with his family to Northern BC in 2004.

Davey has been fortunate enough to have been supported by the employer to develop into leadership opportunities within the health Authority, that have allowed him to establish the role he currently occupies as the Regional manager for Clinical Education and development for all areas of clinical patient care.

The original plan was to emigrate for 2 years before return home, however the work/life balance that he experienced has enabled him to work, live and play in one of the most beautiful areas in the world.

Come meet Davey in Manchester and Birmingham

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Julie Dufton, RN, BSN

Julie has worked in Fraser Health as a nurse for over 30 years mostly in the Emergency Department (ED) and now as a Leader with Talent Acquisition and Onboarding with a continued focus on ED recruitment. Julie has been involved in many creative initiatives and solutions for nursing recruitment and retention and onboarding for new hospital redevelopment.

Julie has always lived in British Columbia (BC) and experiences the best of what BC offers… summers spent in the interior lakes of the province and the rest of the year at the beach.

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Bonnie Catlin, RN, MScN

Bonnie Catlin is the Regional Director for Clinical Education & Professional Practice-, Nursing, at Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH). Her focus is building multiple regional education initiatives for nurses to support transition from student to employed student nurse, to new graduate, simulation to support development of new and ongoing clinical competencies, standardizing orientation and supporting the development of a remote and rural education. Increasing clinical placement access within VCH, building new educator infrastructure and increasing professional development for current educators. Leading the process for the development of clinical decision support tools that are guided by our provincial regulatory college.

In previous role, she was the Provincial Heart Failure Clinical Nurse Specialist and Provincial Clinical Director for the Heart Failure, Transcatheter Heart Valve (THV) and Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) Program in Vancouver British Columbia. She co-lead BC’s Heart Failure Strategy, working with provincial HF experts and patients to establish standardized provincial patient and interprofessional HF education programs, standardized medical imaging referral processes, building culturally specific practice tools and resources, and established, the first in Canada, HF End- of- life program.  Within the THV and LAA programs, she worked with provincial stakeholders and to build a system of care across the full care continuum to improve clinical practice, access, quality and patient knowledge.

Her nursing practice over the last 39 years has focused primarily on cardiology & nursing education, with experience at point of care, health care administration, cardiac research, and professional practice, leading practice and system change both regionally and provincially. Bonnie received her BSN from the University of Victoria and her MScN from York University in Toronto.   

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Passion, purpose, and public health: the career of dr. yamnia cortés.

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For many, the nursing journey combines personal experiences and academic pursuits. The path Yamnia I. Cortés, PhD, MPH, FNP-BC, FAHA, FAAN took to become a nurse and researcher was no different, shaped by a mix of early interests in public health and social justice and a few key nudges along the way.  

Cortés earned a bachelor’s degree in biology with a concentration in L atino/a s tudies from Williams College. After completing her undergraduate degree, Cortés was already leaning towards a career in public health, particularly fascinated by epidemiology and intervention research.  

She then went on to complete her Master of Public Health at Columbia University. During her first year, she also worked as an asthma educator, a job that exposed her to numerous clinical questions from concerned parents. It was during this time, at various asthma conferences, that not one but two separate nurses suggested she consider nursing.   

"I took that as a sign," Cortés laughs. "I realized how much I did like understanding how health impacted families and communities, and I did want to educate families and communities, so I decided to apply to a nursing program."  

Cortés earned her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing, as well as her PhD, from Columbia University School of Nursing. She later completed postdoctoral training in cardiovascular epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.  

During her training as a family nurse practitioner, Cortés completed rotations at a community clinic in the Bronx, which doubled as an HIV and substance abuse clinic. There, Cortés saw a large amount of cardiovascular disease, particularly in midlife women, and the intersection between the disease, HIV and menopause, became her dissertation and research niche.  

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Fast forward to today, and Cortés is deep into research that continues to tackle critical health issues for underserved populations. One of her current studies looks at the stress Latina women experience during menopause and how it's linked to cardiovascular disease. She's not just focusing on the risk factors, though—she's also on the hunt for protective factors like social support, family cohesion, and spirituality that might help mitigate these risks.  

"It's great when we know positive things that people already have in their lives that we can maybe strengthen, and then that can help prevent cardiovascular disease," Cortés says.   

Beyond her research, Cortés loves the variety her role at the College of Nursing offers. She's passionate about community work, building partnerships, and sharing resources with those in need. Mentoring students is another highlight, as she enjoys guiding them through their research and seeing them flourish.  

"I really enjoy mentoring," Cortés laughs. "Teaching students about the research process, seeing them get it and then start to launch into their areas, I love it all."   

In less than a year at the College of Nursing, Cortés has grown to appreciate the supportive and collaborative atmosphere. "The people here are so nice; everyone has been very welcoming," she says. "Everyone is willing to collaborate."  

When she's not immersed in her professional life, Cortés enjoys volunteering, finding new places to eat with her family, playing video games, and watching anime.   

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