NBNU

AcronymDefinition
NBNUNew Brunswick Nurses Union (Canadian Labour Union)
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* currently available financial assistance, such as NBNU's financial support for graduates who need to rewrite the NCLEX;
The launch of the Nursing Home Workplace Violence Prevention Working Group was centered on a letter of intent adjoined to the last collective agreement between the New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes (NBANH) and the New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) to develop a Province-wide Workplace Violence Prevention Program.
Throughout my career I have chosen to participate in different professional organizations--NANB, NBNU, CFNU and CNA.
The planning committee is comprised of representatives from DoH, RHA's, NANB and NBNU.
Our NBNU colleagues have shared with us that the average retirement age is currently 58 years.
I have been involved with the NBNU briefly, but after attending the 2013 NANB Invitational Forum on professionalism in Nursing, I was challenged to take a more active role in my professional Association.
During my career I have chosen to participate in different professional organizations--NANB, NBNU, CFNU and CNA.
This means you must mobilize and support the organizations that represent you-NANB, NBNU, CNA-in their efforts to help you develop professionally.
A large part of what has shaped me "the nurse" has been my commitment to and participation in both the New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) and the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB).