The Midland Mirror features Cheryl Latondress, an RPN at Georgian Bay General Hospital who completed the necessary requirements that earned her a designation at de Souza Institute; the first in Ontario. The article explains the training she underwent showcasing her knowledge in palliative care. Click here to read the full article.
9 nurses from all over Ontario have earned their de Souza Designation. This Designation represents excellence in oncology and palliative care. Building expertise and skills, each nurse has taken a series of courses, so that they can deliver the best care possible.
You too can showcase your expertise through your de Souza Designation.
Will you be number 10? To learn more about de Souza Designations click here.
Health Promotion Monthly Seminar Series
Evidence-based Approaches to Preventing Falls in Older Adults
Thursday, February 27, 2014 12:00- 1:00 pm EST
Do you have exceptional clinical skills?
Do you integrate new evidence into your practice?
Are you person-centered in your care?
If so, enter to win the de Souza Nurse Award. This Award will be given to the registered nurse who epitomizes what it means to be a de Souza nurse – offering safe, quality care nurse who sees his or her patients for more than their tumour.
For World Cancer Day, de Souza Institute is sharing its “10 Common Myths and Facts About Cancer and Cancer Care” with Canadians.
According to the Canadian Cancer Society, about 2 in 5 Canadians will develop cancer within their lifetime. It is important that Canadians be armed with the right information on how to prevent cancer or manage it if it occurs.