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December 7, 2022 — The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) is pleased to announce that four incredible nursing leaders have been recognized for their great contributions to the nursing profession and health care. “CNA’s board of directors have the distinct pleasure to honour such incredible nurses,” said Sylvain Brousseau, CNA president. “The Jeanne Mance Award and the
The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project’s online course is a free, self-directed training that will offer a comprehensive overview of immigrant and refugee mental health, focusing on subgroups at risks. It will provide in-depth discussion on how context and culture influence mental health and mental illness, as well as providing sample tools and resources
This program was originally meant for unregulated workers but many nurses have been participating. CRADLE+ shares stories of seniors living with dementia and the care providers who support them. Using interactive features and engaging media, this free, online course teaches Canadian unregulated care providers (e.g., personal support workers and continuing care assistants) evidence-informed approaches to real-life
We are recruiting nurses to take part in a short survey on their ability to speak out in the media and on social media. Our goal is to explore the current practices used by employers to communicate to nurses what they can and cannot do. We know that these practices are evolving and range from
Finding Our Footing: Self-care & self-compassion for healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic
This free event will include: A research presentation on the mental health impacts of the pandemic on HCPs, and how they are coping and caring for themselves A panel discussion with mental health researchers who are studying the pandemic, which will focus on self-care and self-compassion practices for HCPs — and how organizations can support