Please find attached a survey link on healthcare transition for Canadian nurses who work with pediatric or young adult patients living with IBD.
Your support in distributing and/or promoting this national survey call is greatly appreciated as we work together to improve healthcare transition.
This nursing-led research project was funded by Crohn’s and Colitis Canada in association with CANIBD.
Survey Link: https://tinyurl.com/IBDnursesonHCT
Poster: IBD Nurses on HCT
The CNA Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses is a statement of the ethical values of registered nurses and nurses licensed in extended roles, such as nurse practitioners. It demonstrates nurses’ commitments to persons with health-care needs and persons receiving care.
This edition of the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses contains new and updated content that reflects the contemporary practice needs of registered nurses and nurses licensed in extended roles. Examples include:
– New content addressing medical assistance in dying
– Updated terminology and definitions such as:
– advance care planning
– primary health care
– job action
– medical assistance in dying
– workplace bullying
– Updated ethics models including Oberle and Raffin Bouchal
– New content on advocating for quality work environments that support the delivery of safe, compassionate, competent and ethical care
Hard copies of the full 2017 edition of the Code and the pocket version are available for purchase:
See more, including nine e-learning modules, at:
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The CAMSN Conference Committee is pleased to announce the next Biennial Conference…
Medical-Surgical Nursing: It’s Getting Complicated
June 7th & 8th, 2018
Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
It is CAMSN’s desire to create two days filled with stimulating information relevant to the complex nature of medical-surgical nursing. Not only is CAMSN’s goal to focus on the diverse health challenges seen on a daily basis, but also to provide education on some of the new controversial matters that are arising in the medical-surgical nursing world.
Save the date!
Develop connections. Make new friends. Join a community from across Canada that shares a passion for medical-surgical nursing.
Stay tuned for registration details. As further conference specifics are confirmed, they will be shared via:
- CAMSN’s official website (www.medsurgnurse.ca)
- CAMSN’s Newsletters
- Facebook (search: CAMSN)
In honour of National Nursing Week (May 8th-14th), learn about the history of the Nursing Sisters in Canada. Battle nursing, a concept begun by Florence Nightingale, found its way to Canada in 1885.
“This tribute to Canadian Nursing Sisters tells of these brave and dedicated women. Their story is one of humour as well as anguish. It is a story of unyielding women who braved all the hardships of war to do their duty and serve their patients, and of those who nursed the casualties left in the wake of war.”
Enjoy the rest of this publication, retrieved from Veterans Affairs Canada’s Remembrance Series, at: