Health Workforce Planning and Regulatory Affairs Division

Nursing

 
Early Career
 

Early Career

Recruiting and retaining early career nurses is imperative for the health and stability of the nursing workforce in Ontario.

 
 
Mid Career
 

Mid Career

The mid-career nurse, under the age of 55 with more than 10 years of experience, represents the largest cohort of nurses in Ontario.

 
 
Late Career
 

Late Career

The experienced nurse is a valuable asset to the health care team, given her/his years of cultivated expertise and knowledge.

 
All Nurses
 

All Nurses

Ontario has developed a Nursing Strategy with the goal of supporting nurses at each stage along the nursing career continuum.

 
 
Internationally Educated
 

Internationally Educated

The ministry collaborates with various partners to support the integration of Internationally Educated Nurses into Ontario's nursing workforce.

 

HealthForceOntario, the province's health human resources strategy, includes initiatives that will enhance education, recruitment and retention, and stability in the nursing workforce both now and in the future.

By targeting the unique needs of nurses at various stages in their careers, these key intitatives will help to build a sustainable nursing workforce and produce more professionally satisfying and healthy work environments for all health care providers. Supporting timely, safe and equitable access to quality health care ultimately means healthier Ontarians.

For More Information

Director, Nursing Policy & Innovation Branch and Provincial Chief Nursing Officer
12th Floor, 56 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 2S3
Telephone: 416-327-9689
Fax: 416-327-0167
Email: nursing@ontario.ca