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Celebrating
our nurses

Learn more about the various roles
nurses play within the health-care system
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Photo of Lorraine Avery

Constant career diversity

In her role as the Regional Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority's Cardiac Sciences Program, Lorraine Avery is part of an interdisciplinary team of health-care professionals dedicated to improving patient and systems outcomes.

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Photo of Ken Borce

Compassionate & committed

Ken Borce is Manager of Patient Care at the intermediate intensive care unit (IICU) at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg, leading a team of 35 nurses and health-care support staff.

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Photo of Christine St. George

There's no place like Home Care

Not all nurses work in a hospital or health care facility. For Home Care Visiting Nurse Christine St. George, a typical day is spent largely in her clients' homes, conducting ongoing health assessments, ensuring that they are coping well within the home, and making sure that family members or caregivers have the support they need within the health-care system.

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Photo of Nicole Hibbard

Playing a central role

As a relative newcomer to nursing with just five years under her belt, Nicole Hibbard may not have seen the amount of change experienced by her more "veteran" colleagues, but she's seen enough to be sure of one thing: Nurses are central to the delivery of quality care.

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Photo of Diane K.

A new lease on life

Meet a nurse who helps provide provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience mental health challenges.

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