CACCN Annual General Meeting
Meeting Date: September 27, 2015
Proxy Vote Forms - September 5, 2015 @ 2359 EST Deadline
Dynamic Career Connections - Employment Opportunities
SCL Health System: Marskell Career Fairs - Nurses
Paediatric Certification Challenge - Get Certified!
With a goal to improve the quality of care provided to all critically ill children in Canada, all paediatric units caring for critically ill children in Canada are being invited to participate in a Certified Nurse in Critical Care Pediatrics (CNCCP(C)) certification challenge issued jointly from the Pediatric Intensive Care Units at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary. For more information and/or to register your unit for the Paediatric Certification Challenge, please contact: Ruth Trinier - firstname.lastname@example.org or Tanya Spence - Tanya.email@example.com.
Medically Assisted Dying
The Supreme Court of Canada's ruling says physician-assisted suicide should be available to a competent adult ...Read more at CACCN Media
The Voice for Excellence in Canadian Critical Care Nursing...read more
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Featured Chapter: Manitoba
Dynamics 2015 is being held in Winnipeg, Manitoba - September 27 to 29, 2015
The Manitoba CACCN Chapter is a very energetic chapter with members from many areas of the Province.
Manitoba is a “Cultural Kaleidoscope” with a blending of aboriginal, Mennonite, Francophone, Icelandic and Ukrainian cultures. The Canadian Census notes twenty-nine ethnic and distinct origins reside in Manitoba and this is highlighted each year at Winnipeg’s annual Folklorama. Cultural diversity is embraced and enjoyed in Manitoba.
Manitoba has a little bit for everyone from “Polar Bear Central” in Churchill, sand dunes in Spruce Woods Provincial Park, snorkeling with beluga whales, incredible waterfalls in Paint Lake Provincial Park, the Northern Lights and the highest point in the province, Baldy Mountain home to glaciers over 10,000 years ago. Whether they are saying “Wilkommen”, “Bitaemo”, “Bienvenue”, “Meegwitch”, “Velkomin” or a simple “Welcome”, Manitobans love to open their hearts to new friends.
- Subscription to the Canadian Journal of Critical Care Nursing - journal
- CACCN Standards for Critical Care Nursing Practice
- CACCN Certification Study Guide (in both official languages)
- CACCN's Annual Report and Position Statements
- Awards and educational funds
- Reduced conference fees at Chapter & National events
- Opportunities to accumulate continuing learning hours
- Access to the CACCN Member's Only area of the website, including electronic copies of previous Journals, Member's Discussion Forum and much more