December 2014 Q&A  Comments

MSF in West Africa

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (MSF) has more than 3,330 international and locally hired staff working in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. It operates six Ebola case management centres in these regions and provides approximately 600 beds in isolation units. Anne MacKinnon, RN, BN, an MSF Canada board member, describes the challenges of this mission.

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November 2013 Q&A  Comments

A nurse first

One of Rachel Bard’s former bosses, the premier of New Brunswick at the time, would introduce her first as a nurse, and then as a deputy minister. Over the last 42 years, Bard has held senior positions on the provincial and national stages, but she has always stayed true to the fundamentals of...

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