Working with palliative care patients has always been very rewarding for Randip Dhaliwal, and she's been awarded an ARNET scholarship.
Five international SAIT students put together a Zumba fundraiser benefitting Calgary Health Foundation as part of an assignment in their project management class.
After losing Mark Stormoen, a family friend to a quadding accident, Logan Henderson decided to auction his steer and donate all the proceeds to the Foothills Medical Centre, where Mark received care.
Nursing has a vast number of areas you can work in, and for Jennifer Dorman, working in palliative care has always been the area that resonated deepest with her.
Ryan and Kristine went from lowest of lows to the highest of highs in just 12 hours, after their daughter was born two months premature. What stands out most for Ryan regarding the care they received was how amazing the nurses were.
Making people feel better is what drew Heather Godfrey to pursue a career in nursing. Now, she's been awarded an ARNET Scholarship for the excellence she’s demonstrated in pursuing the Nurse Practitioner program.
When it comes to making a difference in the health of Albertans, every little bit has the potential to make a big impact – and it’s never been easier.