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Nurse Faculty Retention Study

INVITATION TO A RESULTS DISSEMINATION SESSION

A team of nurse researchers, led by Dr. Ann Tourangeau from the University of Toronto, conducted a study to better understand what contributes to nurse faculty intention to remain employed and to identify strategies to encourage nurse faculty retention.

This information session will address study findings related to the determinants of Ontario nurse faculty intention to remain employed.

We would like to share these findings with you. This new knowledge can be used as a building block for promoting nurse faculty retention in Canadian colleges and universities.

If you are interested in learning about the findings from this study, please join us on:

Monday, April 23rd, 2012
2:30pm
Health Science Bldg, Room 226

If you have any questions concerning the information session please contact 
Margaret Saari at:

416-978-7706 (toll-free at 1-866-277-2848) or by email at tourangeau.research@utoronto.ca

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Nurse Faculty Retention Study

INVITATION TO A RESULTS DISSEMINATION SESSION

A team of nurse researchers, led by Dr. Ann Tourangeau from the University of Toronto, conducted a study to better understand what contributes to nurse faculty intention to remain employed and to identify strategies to encourage nurse faculty retention.

This information session will address study findings related to the determinants of Ontario nurse faculty intention to remain employed.

We would like to share these findings with you. This new knowledge can be used as a building block for promoting nurse faculty retention in Canadian colleges and universities.

If you are interested in learning about the findings from this study, please join us on:

Monday, April 23rd, 2012
2:30pm
Health Science Bldg, Room 226

If you have any questions concerning the information session please contact 
Margaret Saari at:

416-978-7706 (toll-free at 1-866-277-2848) or by email at tourangeau.research@utoronto.ca

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