Watch a special sneak preview into Season Two of Nurses’ Voices, launching early February, 2022!

Thank you for being a part of our wonderful journey during Season One of Nurses’ Voices.

Our goal of Nurses’ Voices is to amplify the voices of nurses to help them adapt and excel within these changing and uncertain times. Season One has featured conversations with a diverse group of Canadian nurses from a variety of workplaces including long-term care, homecare, critical care, public health, and more. We wish to thank the Canadian Nurses Foundation and the Canadian Nurses Association for their generous sponsorship of Season One.

Nurses’ Voices has been a great success and we are thrilled to say that we will be returning for a second season! We are extremely pleased to welcome Pfizer Canada as a key sponsor for the upcoming season.

The focus of Season Two will be on how nurses are making a difference, taking action, leading change and influencing policy; and what they are doing to make nursing and healthcare better. We have three themes: the current landscape in nursing, diversity of nurses and practice, and nurse disrupters. We are looking forward to the launch of our new season at the beginning of February, 2022.

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Catch Up on Season One of Nurses’ Voices!

Michael Villeneuve Reflects on a 44-Year Nursing Career

Michael Villeneuve Reflects on a 44-Year Nursing Career In our Season Two finale of Nurses' Voices, join hosts Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler for an honest and personal conversation with Michael J. Villeneuve, RN, MSc, FAAN, who retired in May 2022 as the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian

Inspirational Nursing Leadership with Irene Andress

Inspirational Nursing Leadership with Irene Andress In our newest episode of Nurses' Voices, Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler have a thoughtful discussion with Irene Andress, RN, MN, Vice President, Programs and Services and Chief Nursing Executive at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in Toronto, Ontario. Irene discusses her current

Karen Lake’s Journey to Nurse Entrepreneur

Karen Lake’s Journey to Nurse Entrepreneur Join Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler in an engaging conversation with Karen Lake, RN, BN, Caregiving Consultant and Care Navigator in Fredericton, New Brunswick. After a 25 year career as a Registered Nurse in various roles including her last role as

Advocating for Harm Reduction with Leigh Chapman

Advocating for Harm Reduction with Leigh Chapman In our latest episode of Nurses’ Voices, join Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler as they have an honest and personal conversation with Leigh Chapman, RN, PhD, Adjunct Lecturer, Graduate Program at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the

Nursing as a Second Career with Jane Kraut

Nursing as a Second Career with Jane Kraut Join hosts Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler for a lively conversation with Jane Kraut, RN, BN, BA, a Graduate Student at the College of Nursing at the University of Manitoba. In this episode Jane discusses what brought her to the nursing

Indigenous Health, Healing and Racism with Tanas Sylliboy

Indigenous Health, Healing and Racism with Tanas Sylliboy Join hosts Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler for a compelling conversation with Athanasius "Tanas" Sylliboy BScN, MN, NP, ENC©, of Eskasoni First Nation, a Mi’kmaw Primary Care Nurse Practitioner in Millbrook, Nova Scotia.Watch and listen as Tanas discusses his practice of

Educating Tomorrow’s Nurses with Rani Srivastava

Educating Tomorrow's Nurses with Rani Srivastava Join hosts Gail Donner and Mary Wheeler as they talk with Rani Srivastava, RN, PhD, FCAN, Dean, School of Nursing at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, B.C., Adjunct Professor School of Nursing at York University, Toronto, Ontario, and Adjunct Professor School of Nursing