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Activity Professionals Week (January 24 - 30, 2021)

January 22, 2021

rActivity staff are vital to the health and well being of residents in Long Term Care facilities in Prince Edward Island. UPSE congratulates and recognizes the importance of activity professionals for their contribution each and every day!

Karen Jackson,

UPSE President

LPN Reclassification

January 20, 2021

The LPN reclassification has been completed and the results were shared with Michelle Stevenson LPN and Matt Speight LPN who have worked tirelessly on behalf of all LPNs in Health PEI on the reclass.

LPNs will be moving from Level 10 to Level 13 which is wonderful news for our nurses who have been waiting for the outcome of this reclassification. We will update information as we receive it. Many thanks to Michelle and Matt for all your time and dedication and to all those LPNs who participated initially, ensuring all the duties our LPNs perform in all the various worksites were identified.

Karen Jackson,

UPSE President

UPSE Has A Heart!

January 19, 2021

dAre you a non-profit or charitable organization seeking financial support? The UPSE Has A Heart team is looking for a proposal from your organization! To present your proposal (5 minutes max.) please call the UPSE office at 902-892-5335 by 4:00 pm on Friday, February 5, 2021 to reserve your time.

Presentations will be made on February 10 and 11 (storm dates Feb 11 and 12).

Note: Ask UPSE about COVID precautionary measures when booking your presentation time. Administrative funding will not be considered.

Congratulations to UPSE's Bursary Winners for 2020!

January 12, 2021

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UPSE is proud to offer bursaries to students attending college or university each year. Your union believes in the power of education to transform lives and recognizes students working toward a degree or professional designation. UPSE’s bursary and scholarship program helps students achieve their dreams and better society for all. Hannah Coles is the winner of the Laurie Jenkins Scholarship valued at $1000, and John Clark is the winner of the Julie MacKay Bursary valued at $500.

UPSE recently expanded the program to include three extra bursaries worth $500 and one extra bursary worth $1,000. Congratulations to the winners!

See pictures of all the winners (here)!

 

 

The Advocate

December 31, 2020

Check out the latest edition of The Advocate (see Advocate).

 


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