Community News


01 Dec CHNIG Board Positions Now Open!

Attention all student CHNIG members: We are now taking applications for student Board Positions as well as for our new Student Committee.  We have had many inquiries from our student membership asking to be involved with CHNIG and are pleased to announce the formation of...

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19 Nov How confident are you with MAID?

Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) has been the hot topic in healthcare this year, particularly within the community sector where many organisations and providers are developing their own policies and guidelines to support staff and patients.  Due to different laws and systems across the country,...

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26 Sep OPHNL Annual Meeting and Workshop October 20th & 21st

The Ontario Association of Public Health Nursing Leaders is hosting their annual meeting and a workshop entitled "Leading in Complex Times: Navigating Change."  Through the lens of an evidence-based conceptual framework, you will examine leadership practices that transform conversations, influence change, and achieve desired outcomes...

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25 Aug RNAO Nursing Research Interest Group AGM

Stay in the know on the latest research trends, RNAO's Nursing Research Interest Groups' AGM is September 29th from 5:00 - 9:00pm at The Old Mill Restaurant, Toronto. The theme of the night is "Research in Seniors Care," led by 3 panel presenters.  For more...

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30 Jul Research Funding Opportunity

The CIHR Institute of Population and Public Health is informing its community of the following pre-announcement regarding Population Health Intervention Research (PHIR) 2016. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support New Investigators to conduct research on timely interventions (e.g. programs, policies, social enterprises and...

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07 Jul OPHA Annual Fall Forum 2016

OPHA's 2016 Forum theme is Health For All - Closing the Health Equity Divide. Vibrant health should be achievable by all. Yet, this is not true for far too many Ontarians who may be unfairly and unjustly disadvantaged due to their income, education, race, or other...

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