CNA will be holding a third Town Hall in the riding of Vancouver Granville on Wednesday, October 7th 2015.
The event will be moderated by CNA president-elect Barbara Shellian. The Town Hall panelists will include a nurse, a home health care representative and a caregiver as well as the candidates campaigning to be the riding’s next MP.
Place: Diamond Ballroom(4th Floor, 1495 West 8th Ave.) from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.).
Robyn Tamblyn, BSCN, MSc, PhD
Scientific Director, CIHR – Institute of Health Services and Policy Research
Professor, Depts of Medicine and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, McGill University, Faculty of Medicine
The Education Celebration with Dr. Lynn Stevenson is the first event recognizing the work of the RNFBC and the TFE in providing funding for education.
This event acknowledges the generous donors, as well as five of the RNFBC 2014 Bursary Recipients, and is a unique opportunity for all the guests to mingle, enjoy exquisite light refreshments and sweets, and listen to a fantastic speaker. Dr. Lynn Stevenson has a passion for nursing and education, so it is fitting that she is our guest speaker for this inaugural event.
Seating is limited so why not buy your ticket today and join us on October 1st for this celebration of education!
Cost is $50 & Deadline for Registration is September 21, 2015
Congratulation to Glennis Zilm who, on May 7th, 2015, received the Community Partnership Award for her dedication and personal commitment to educating, mentoring, and supporting future generations of students.
In photo with Glennis is Dr Suzanne Campbell, School of Nursing Director.
Trinity Western University School of Nursing is hosting a networking café for nurses to get together in a collegial environment to discuss topics of interest.
The April speaker is Susan Martens Kehler who has an inspiring history to share about her years at the Mennonite Christian Hospital Nursing School Taiwan (1957-1980). Dr. Sonya Grypma will offer a commentary on the relevance of nursing history to the nursing profession of today.
For further information, directions and parking information RSVP to [email protected], by April 3, 2015 or call 604-888-7511, local 3239.
Sponsored by the Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry
Place: UBC School of Nursing T182
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
January 29th 2015 Dr. Sally Mennill, Douglas College faculty, will present a talk entitled “Reducing Risk: Caesarean Section at Vancouver’s St. Paul’s Hospital, 1950-1970”
March 11th 2015 Dr. Lesley McBain, the Consortium’s 2015 Visiting Associate Professor from First Nations University of Canada, will present a talk entitled “Place and Nursing in Remote Northern Communities”.