The College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta finds its voice through engagement
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In its 100-year history, the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) has seen health care evolve from the front lines of patient care. In the midst of medical advancements and technological innovation, there are endless opportunities for Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners to help shape the future of health care and how it’s delivered.
Trying to find a unified voice and common understanding amongst CARNA’s 37,000 members is no easy feat. In particular, CARNA recognized that the topic of mandatory influenza immunization was sensitive and could polarize members. CARNA turned to Thoughtexchange for its unique, innovative and large-scale online process could yield both high quantity and high quality participation.
"By approaching a topic like immunization through a collaborative negotiation process, CARNA and its members were able to work toward common understanding, despite divergent views."COLLEGE AND ASSOCIATION OF REGISTERED NURSES OF ALBERTA