Allies in Aging is an annual fall conference with speakers and presentations targeting care partners, family and friends of persons with dementia, PSW's, RN's, RPNs, case managers, occupational therapists, home support workers, volunteers, students and individuals in the early stage of Alzheimer's disease.
Last year CRICN office received interest from Long Term Care Facilities to have a LTC IPAC interest group. Majority of the facilities asked to have this meeting quarterly, on Wednesdays in the morning and be face-to-face or by teleconference.
Effective leadership is an essential component of every health and safety program. Organizational executive leaders, middle managers and frontline supervisors will examine tangible methods of demonstrating leadership commitment to the foundation of their health and safety management system. The following topics will be discussed: integrating safety into strategic plans, building positive safety cultures, strategic communication for safety, change management, and the progressive health and safety disciplinary policy.
This one day certification course will provide basic first aid knowledge to care for adults, children and infants in the case of an emergency. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a first aid certificate valid for 3 years.
Through methods including case studies and full-scale exercises, this two-day course prepares participants to design various emergency exercises in their workplace – by defining roles, objectives, logistics, resources and equipment, and by taking into account legal mandates and accreditation standards.
his educational and interactive webinar is geared to clinicians, long-term care administrators, and others involved in the support of this patient population.
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. NST
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. EST
Join B.C. based healthcare professionals, communicators, patients, practitioners, researchers, advocates and tweeters on Tuesday, June 17 to chat, network and discuss all things digital that have an effect on health and research! Have a project you're working on? Get some feedback from Vancouver's top healthcare and science folks!
This training workshop will provide participants with and introduction and overview of the Just Clean Your Hands program for Long Term Care. Participant’s current role should include overseeing and supporting the hand hygiene program and hand hygiene auditing in the facility.
If you have questions about the training workshop, please contact Kathy Torkos at (647) 260-7560 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org