A Vaughan nurse has been charged with running an illegal, non-surgical cosmetic clinic that caused the death of a patient. Police say she was injecting unregulated substances into her clients.
The woman who hired a nurse who killed seven patients in a Woodstock., Ont , care home tearfully apologized on Friday at a public inquiry in St. Thomas, Ont.
The opening day of the public inquiry into the actions of Elizabeth Wettlaufer, who admitted to killing nursing home patients over a period of years, heard from lawyers representing Ontario long-term care homes who said her co-workers were betrayed by the disgraced nurse.
Today’s nurses face many health challenges, including an increase in violence from patients and long shifts that leads to an unhealthy lifestyle, according to new research.
Pills don’t come much bitterer than the cure prescribed for what ailed Grey Sloan in Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy — in other words, the Harper Avery scandal. And, as the hospital’s powers that be grappled with ways to keep it off the critical list, Alex suffered a (metaphorical) heart attack when former fling Nurse Olivia returned […]
Arike Ogunbowale’s jumper from the corner with a second left lifted Notre Dame to a 91-89 overtime victory over UConn on Friday night in the national semifinals. She finished with 27 points and Jackie Young had a career-high 32 to lead the Irish back to the championship game for the first time since 2015. “I know I just had […]
Fresh off her Oscar-nomination as the controversial figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, Robbie is sinking her teeth into another meaty role. The new Terminal trailer gives her the chance to play a pole dancer, dominatrix, naughty nurse, sexy waitress and all-round mysterious femme fatale. Fans are already comparing it to her iconic turn […]
It wasn’t until April of 2017 that nurse practitioners (NPs) in Ontario could prescribe the controlled substances used for medical assistance in dying (MAID). Since then, about a dozen have provided either patient assessments or the procedure itself.
A family physician in Cape Breton has been reprimanded for using abusive language with an emergency room nurse.
A Winnipeg nurse says she is retiring because she says she can’t continue to work for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority after sweeping changes were brought in last fall.