MRU in the News
This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
‘A milestone’: Alberta registered nurses to prescribe some drugs, order X-rays: https://mru.ca/9ce7 (Calgary Herald – Murray Holtby, faculty, nursing students)
New responsibilities for nurses: https://mru.ca/8004 (CTV News at 6, Nov. 23, 25:23 – Nicole Takeda, students)
New regulations expand scope of practice for Alberta nurses: https://mru.ca/9ff7 (660 News)
Alberta registered nurses and nurse practitioners to prescribe drugs, order X-rays: https://mru.ca/e11 (CBC News)
Nurses to take on more responsibility: https://mru.ca/572 (CBC Radio)
Plus de pouvours pour les infirmieres (More power for nurses): https://mru.ca/b118 (ICI, Le TeleJournal Alberta, Radio Canada, 2:14)
MRU Cougars host ‘Shoot for the Cure’ game: https://mru.ca/f89f (The Edmonton Journal)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Federal media subsidy futile without a fix for civic apathy, journalism professors says: https://mru.ca/17d4 (The Vancouver Star – Sean Holman, faculty)
What’s at stake when we use gender-biased course evaluations: https://mru.ca/d970 (University of Washington The Daily – Bob Uttl and Daniela Wong Gonzalez, faculty)
Security fees a form of censorship: https://mru.ca/e4een (The Interim – Frances Widdowson, faculty)
Balancing university classrooms with those of the mountains: https://mru.ca/799 (Freeskier – Kate Targett, alumni)
Justin Trudeau already bought a pipeline. Now how about some trains? https://mru.ca/a9fd (Canada Live News – Lori Williams, faculty)
Controversial anti-Trudeau hoodies draw attention from demonstrators and RCMP: (Lori Williams, faculty) https://mru.ca/233f (Global News), https://mru.ca/092b (CHQT 17:50)
Senate debates postal workers’ bill: https://mru.ca/af4 (CTV News – Lori Williams, faculty, 19:33:44), https://mru.ca/5bf9 (CTV News – Duane Brat, faculty, 15:37: 33)
Job ad for new Calgary police chief seeks ‘transformational leader’ amid low officer morale: https://mru.ca/4be (StarMetro Calgary – Doug King, faculty)
Calgary no longer an Olympic city: https://mru.ca/3c79 (580 CFRA – David French, faculty, 21:30)
Two new books edited by Alberta educators emphasize real-life scenarios in mental health frontlines: https://mru.ca/b44 (The Calgary Journal – Patricia Kostouros and Michelle Briegel, faculty)
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