Community News


08 Mar Community Health Nursing Leadership Webinar

The Community Health Nurses’ Initiatives Group (CHNIG) will be hosting a webinar on April 9th 2024, 12:00 pm -1:00 pm EST, focused on community health nursing leadership led by special guest, Charlie Byer, Senior Clinical Director, Professional Practice, SE Health. To register, please use the following link:...

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08 Feb Harnessing Perspectives – Shaping the Future Feb 28/2024

Event Details: Date: Wednesday February 28, 2024Time: 10 am - 4:30 pmLocation: Virtual The OPHA Forum is an annual conference that brings together professionals from diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to improving community and public health. This year's theme, Harnessing Perspectives, underscores the importance of collaboration and innovative thinking in addressing...

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29 Jan Free CHNIG Memberships!

Free CHNIG memberships are being offered from January 24 - February 9! Take advantage and join our group today! Use the link below: https://join.rnao.ca/membership/fees ...

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15 Jan Jump Start January!

Jump Start January is here to kick off the new year! During Jan. 15 - 31, all undergrad #nursingstudents & IEN associates can JOIN or RENEW for FREE. Membership valid until Oct. 31, 2024. ACT NOW  join.RNAO.ca#RNAOMembership #JumpStartJanuary ...

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22 Dec Holiday Greetings from CHNIG BOD

Dear valued members,   As 2023 comes to an end, we would like to extend a happy holiday season and New Year to our valued members. Every member of the Community Health Nurses Initiatives Group is valued in your past, present, and future contributions to the...

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20 Dec OPHA Alcohol Policy Package

The Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) is pleased to share the NEWLY developed Alcohol Policy package to support reducing the population harms of alcohol and making alcohol policy a priority at a local level.  The resource highlights municipal, provincial, and federal-level alcohol policy priorities...

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18 Dec Harm Reduction Interventions

As many of you may be aware, there has been increasing politicization of the evidence around key harm reduction interventions across the country, with a particular focus on safer supply programs. Alongside this, there are strong indications that funding for 21 of the 24 SUAP-funded...

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