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CNA Survey Reminder

December 17th, 2015

CNA is conducting an important survey on primary health care because, despite being a valuable and decades-old approach, we believe it hasn’t been implemented to its fullest potential in Canada.   Primary health care focuses on the way services are delivered. The core principles include (1) active public participation; (2) accessibility; (3) health promotion and […]

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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Training

December 8th, 2015

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, beginning in January, 2016, training will be offered online and with Skype and telephone support! See attached flyers! If you have any questions, please contact me at: Margaret Elizabeth Myers CounselCareCanada Learning Solutions Education and Training for the World in Which You Practice! (519) 627-3927 & (519) 627-7655 […]

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2016 Spring Conference: Forensic Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together

December 8th, 2015

Please find attached the early registration form for the Ontario Coroners Association’s 2016 Annual Spring Conference, Forensic Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together. We have found that there is a high demand for registering for the conference early this year, so we have made it possible to register now. Keynote Speaker Dr. Peter Collins is a […]

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FSCT 7810 – INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC HEALTH SCIENCES

November 27th, 2015

Forensic health care and forensic nursing are emerging as new concepts in medical/health care in Canada. This course will provide health care professionals and other related professionals with an introduction to the forensic health sciences and their application to Canadian clinical practice. The specific areas of sexual assault, death investigation, child maltreatment, elder abuse and […]

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CNA Survey on Primary Health Care

November 23rd, 2015

CNA is conducting an important survey on primary health care because, despite being a valuable and decades-old approach, we believe it hasn’t been implemented to its fullest potential in Canada.   Primary health care focuses on the way services are delivered. The core principles include (1) active public participation; (2) accessibility; (3) health promotion and […]

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MYTHS, STEREOTYPES, MISCONCEPTIONS OF NON-STRANGER SEXUAL ASSAULT

November 19th, 2015

Conference DAVID LISAK is returning to Saskatoon on MONDAY JANUARY 25, 2015. “MYTHS, STEREOTYPES, MISCONCEPTIONS OF NON-STRANGER SEXUAL ASSAULT: Implications for Policy, Practice and Response. Women know their sexual attacker in three-quarters (3/4) of incidents: 45% as a casual acquaintance or friend, 17% as an intimate partner and 13% as a non-spousal family member. (Statistics […]

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2016 Spring Conference: Forensic Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together

November 17th, 2015

Save the Date! The Ontario Coroners Association’s 2016 Spring Conference: Forensic Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together Saturday, May 14, 2016 White Oaks Resort and Spa Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario  

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Shelley Heibert

September 24th, 2015

It is with the utmost gratitude we say farewell to Shelley Heibert. You have been an integral part and poignant figure for the CFNA community from its beginnings. Your commitment has supported this group through the thick and thin of CFNA development. The society has progressed forward because of your passion for forensic nursing in […]

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Forensics Public Talk In Vancouver

September 14th, 2015

Forensics public talk in Vancouver on October 20th. Space is filling up very fast, but there is still time to register: http://www.genomebc.ca/news-events/event/2015-don-rix-distinguished-keynote-address/?eID=142

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