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Canada Health Infoway’s (Infoway) Clinical Adoption Team is conducting a survey

Canada Health Infoway’s (Infoway) Clinical Adoption Team is conducting a survey to gain insight on how change management is currently being conducted across the country. Change management is an essential driver of adoption and benefits realized from the use of digital health. Infoway’s multifaceted approach to change management is guided by an evidence-informed change management […]

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Dynamics of Critical Care Conference – September 27-29, 2015

The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses is holding the Dynamics of Critical Care Conference from September 27 to 29, 2015 at the RBC Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  The conference theme is “Bridging the Nation with Compassion, Imagination and Innovation”.    CACCN invites submissions for oral and poster presentations in the general topic areas of […]

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The Royal College’s Trauma Resuscitation in Kids Course

The Royal College’s Trauma Resuscitation in Kids Course Developed by a national team of trauma experts (including pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, transport and surgical specialists), the Royal College’s Trauma Resuscitation in Kids (TRIK) course provides an approach to the management of a multitude of different injuries typical of the pediatric trauma victim. TRIK provides […]

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2016 edition of Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings

The Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology in collaboration with Food Allergy Canada, Allergy/Asthma Information Association, Allergy Quebec, and the Canadian Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Foundation, has released Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings, 3rd Edition Revised. This edition includes key recommendations for the management and treatment of anaphylaxis in the community. Go to […]

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“Life Saving Hands, You make a difference” National Emergency Nurses Week October 5-11

The week of Oct 5th to 11th, celebrates Emergency Nurses Week, with Emergency Nurses Day being held Wednesday, October 8th 2014.  This week is designated annually to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that we bring to our job. Emergency department nurses across Canada and the rest of the world will receive well-deserved recognition for […]

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Royal College’s Trauma Resuscitation in Kids Course (TRIK), taking place October 5-6, 2014

Dear colleague,   We are hoping you would be interested in helping us promote the Royal College’s Trauma Resuscitation in Kids Course (TRIK), taking place October 5-6, 2014 at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), Ottawa, Ont.   The TRIK courses are developed by a national team of trauma experts and provide an approach […]

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Practice Environments: Maximizing Client, Nurse and System Outcomes and Workplace Violence.

Dear Colleagues,  Le français suit. The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) are reviewing two joint position statements: Practice Environments: Maximizing Client, Nurse and System Outcomes and Workplace Violence.  As an important stakeholder, we are seeking your perspectives and advice to ensure that our revisions to these joint position […]

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CNA Certification and infirmières certifiées de l’AIIC au Canada.

  Validate your qualifications and your advanced competence in emergency nursing. Become one of the 1200 CNA Certified nurses in Canada. CNA Certification is a nationally recognized credential for registered nurses.  Becoming certified in your specialty demonstrates your commitment to nursing excellence and continuing competence.   Care to Be the Best!   Learn more about certification. […]

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Participation requested: “Nurses in Canada: Fit, commitment, and satisfaction” a study on nurses’ experience in the work place

We will be conducting a study called “Nurses in Canada: Fit, commitment, and satisfaction” on nurses’ experience in the work place. We will specifically be focusing on immigrant nurses, their experiences in their current job in Canada and the extent to which job tasks, experiences, and responsibilities are perceived by these skilled immigrants as being […]

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TNCC/ENPC/CATN/CTAS Updates – May 2014

National Course Administration Committee (NCAC//ENPC/CATN/CTAS Updates May, 2014 By:Margaret Dymond NCAC Chair (out Going)  NCAC Newsletter May 2014 The new email address for NCAC is:  courses@nena.ca TNCC NCAC Changes NCAC Eastern Representative needed: TNCC and ENPC Instructor Recognition Awards   TNCC Instructors in the News! NENA Website- NEW TNCC 7th Edition course rollout in Canada Course […]

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