This week we celebrate Nurses. We know you do more than play cards and this week we hope you take time to reflect on how important the work is that you do. Nurses live, breathe, and sleep their roles, so this week we hope you remember to de clutter your brain with some good self […]
The UK Association of Forensic Nurses & Paramedics is holding their annual one day conference on September 21, 2019. Check out this link for details and find out how you could purchase tickets to attend this fantastic conference: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ukafnconf19-from-party-scene-to-crime-scene-tickets-56936310036
We are pleased to announce the posting of 2 full-time permanent forensic nursing positions as Coroner Investigators with the Office of the Chief Coroner, Ministry of the Solicitor General at the Forensic Services and Coroners Complex in Toronto. This initiative has been piloted for a year and will become a permanent part of our death […]
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From Colin Harris at BCIT: There are still some spaces in the Pediatric Sexual Violence Examiner course. This is a 100% online course. No attendance required. There are 3 live I hr interactive sessions via Webex, otherwise it is at your own pace as scheduled each week. Past attendees of this course have raved about […]
Dr. Diane McIntosh is a Psychiatrist in Vancouver. Dr. McIntosh developed a mental health CME program (www.psychedupcme.com) that she is delivering across Canada. Topics include depression, bipolar depression, anxiety disorders, adult ADHD, epigenetics…etc. Dr. McIntosh will be delivering PsychedUp CME in all below cities/dates. Registration is open on https://www.psychedupcme.com/events 2019 Edmonton, Oct 4 Niagara, Oct […]
Hello CFNA members, for several years, I have been a member of the PHAC, National Guidance Implementation Committee (NGIC) of the VEGA Project. Through this project, VEGA has created a “Handbook” with content on “how to recognize and respond safely to family violence”. There are three sections, child maltreatment, interpersonal violence and children’s exposure to […]