CGNA2017 is the 19th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association, an organization that represents gerontological nurses and promotes gerontological nursing practice across national and international boundaries. CGNA members benefit from reduced conference registration fees and more; join the CGNA now!
The Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME) is the premier medical education conference in Canada. It hosts the largest annual gathering of medical educators in the country. We also welcome our international colleagues and other partners including students, other health educators, health education researchers, administrators, licensing and credentialing organizations and governments, to come and share their experiences in medical education across the learning continuum (from undergraduate to postgraduate to continuing professional development).
Canadian Frailty Network (CFN; known previously as TVN) is Canada’s sole network devoted to improving care for frail older Canadians across all settings of care, including end-of-life. We do this by increasing awareness of frailty and the value of assessment, by providing evidence to inform decision making from the bedside to the policy making level, by training the next generation of care professionals and scientists, and by mobilizing knowledge to catalyze change in health and social care systems.
Your success advances care and the OANHSS Annual General Meeting and Convention has been tailored to help you succeed. No other event provides this level of education to professionals who provide care for seniors in Ontario
Together We Care 2017 is Canada’s largest gathering of long term care and retirement home professionals. This year’s event promises to be better than ever with exceptional keynote speakers and a broad range of education sessions designed to both challenge and inform delegates.
This institute provides opportunities to learn about the best practices in wound care through interactive dialogue with experts and through case studies, demonstrations and hands-on application labs.
The health care system is at a critical juncture in Ontario – and it’s clear that the government is committed to enacting future changes that will transform the existing structure. The Government of Ontario has started engaging stakeholders and health system partners in a dialogue about how to best reform and strengthen the delivery of home and community care in this province. The purpose of this conference is to better understand the issues at hand, including how to better prepare Rehabilitation and Complex Continuing Care (CCC) providers for upcoming changes.
This program will examine: - Capacity planning including exploring the variation and inter-relationships across sectors - The home and community care system - The bundled payment environment - Variations in quality of care - The evolving role of CCC
This 4 week workshop is for healthcare professionals and family caregivers of older adults with dementia or other chronic progressive neurological and mental illness. Participants will develop compassionate practice in strengthening resiliency, obtaining tools to acknowledge, assess and assist caregivers from a loss/grief perspective.
The OANHSS Administrator Leadership Program offers a six-day intensive learning opportunity focused on the core competencies for long term care home administrators. This program meets the requirement for administrators of 100 hours of instruction time in long term care home administration/management under the Long Term Care Homes Act, 2007*.
The Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Conference is the foremost national conference in Canada focusing on hospice palliative care. This year’s conference, New Challenges – New Horizons: Moving Forward, will take place from October 29 to November 1, 2015 in Ottawa, Ontario at the Westin Ottawa. The conference provides doctors, nurses, pharmacists, hospice palliative care and other allied healthcare professionals; and caregivers, volunteers, spiritual advisers, and social workers with the opportunity to share their experience and expertise on a national platform. This event continues to attract 600-800 hospice palliative care professionals each year and comprises many cutting-edge presentations and research outcomes.