Greater Edmonton

Upcoming Education Event 

CACCN - Greater Edmonton Chapter Annual General Meeting and Education Event

The Chapter Executive of the Greater Edmonton Chapter of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) would like to extend an invitation to the Chapter membership to attend the 2017 Annual General Meeting. The meeting will be held on 7, March at 1900 at the Robbins Learning Center in the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Additionally will be an education event that evening presented by the international nursing sensation, Eugene Mondor, who will be talking about respiratory failure and mechanical ventilation, the bread and butter of any ICU. Mark your calendars now! Further details can be found here, while a Notice of AGM can be found here.

Past Events

Mending Broken Hearts - November 18th, 2016

Mending a broken heart is no small thing and often requires numerous specialties, tools, and tricks to bring about the best outcome for patients. The Greater Edmonton Chapter of CACCN is excited to present our fall education day: Mending Broken Hearts. We had numerous presenters including Dr. Brisebois presenting on trauma resuscitation, Dr. Buchanan speaking on ultrasound utilization in the region, and Dr. Lockwood speaking on cardiac diagnostics and management. It was an exciting session that set hearts racing (narrow complexes, regularly-regular, hopefully!)

Chapter Documents

For more information on the Chapter or upcoming events contact us at

CACCN Greater Edmonton Chapter
PO Box 52191
Edmonton, Alberta  
T6G 2T5

Edmonton, Alberta's Capital City, is located on the North Saskatchewan River and home to North America's largest urban parkland at 7400 hectares. Edmonton's River Valley contains 22 city parks and 150 km of trails. Edmonton is also famous for its festivals, with over 30 each year. Edmonton's most popular festivals include the Folk Music Festival, the Capital Ex, and the International Fringe Theater Festival.

We are committed to supporting our local chapter membership in professional development. Continuing education, integral to the acquisition of new knowledge and professional development, is an important factor in fostering the best possible nursing care. To this end, the Greater Edmonton Chapter encourages continuing education and will assist its members financially to attend critical care education programs.