TTRNA met with Prime Minister Honourable Dr. Keith Rowley on Wednesday 29th July 2020 at White Hall.
In photo Fourth from Right : Prime Minister - Honourable Dr. Keith RowleyAlso in Photo Senator Allyson West, Minister of Public Administration, and TTRNA Executive Officers.
In the lead up to the 2020 General Elections on August 10th 2020, The Trinidad and Tobago Registered Nurses Association (TTRNA) continues its robust lobbying to enhance the lives of all Nursing and Midwifery personnel by meeting with the major political parties.
TTRNA engaged in frank and open discussions with the Honorable Dr. Keith Christopher Rowley – Prime Minister and Leader of the Peoples National Movement. TTRNA listened to some of the plans of the PNM with respect to healthcare and it allowed the opportunity for TTRNA to share our recommendations.
TTRNA will be meeting next with the leadership of the United National Congress in the coming days as well as the Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development of the Tobago House of Assembly and Leader of the Tobago Council.
Following these discussions, TTRNA will be publishing in the daily newspapers, our views on their plans for the health sector as well as how they plan to improve nursing & midwifery in Trinidad and Tobago. TTRNA is a strong believer in participatory democracy and demands to be part of policy making as the body that represents the largest segment of professionals.
Stay tuned, ensure you purchase the newspapers and log into our Facebook live on the Friday before elections, when we will be examining each party's manifesto with respect to health care.
TTRNA, changing the dynamics of Union representation.
Back row from left to right - Executive member - Sherman Brathwaite, Treasurer - Corey Dillon, Secretary - Bettyann Murry- John.
Front row from left to right: Assistant Secretary - Janice Davidson, President - Idi Stuart, 2nd Vice President - Letitia Cox