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The Community Health Nurses of Canada are excited to launch a new webinar series!

The purpose of the one hour webinars is to advance community health nursing practice in Canada, provide an opportunity for CHNs to network being that the National Conference was postponed in 2020 and 2021, increase the profile of the innovative, evidence-based, adaptable work that CHNs are doing in Canada during the enduring pandemic, and provide a lead up to the entirely virtual National CHNC Conference in June 2022 (FYI, the full conference program is now available, and registration is open!).  Presenters will have the opportunity to share their work followed by time for questions.  The webinars will be recorded and posted on YouTube for those who are unable to attend but would like the information.  There is no charge to attend the sessions.

Upcoming Webinars

Stay tuned for the next schedule!

Archived Webinars

Our past webinars are available on the CHNC YouTube Channel

February 22, 2022
COVID-19 and Inequities: Amplifying CHN Impact Through Social Justice Approaches

Aliyah Dosani, RN BN MPH PhD, CHNC Award of Merit 2021
Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Mount Royal University, Adjunct Associate Professor
Department of Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary
Webinar | Presentation Slides

March 24, 2022
Public Health Nursing Postgraduate Program

Ruth Schofield, RN, MSc(T)
Assistant Clinical Professor
McMaster University

CHN Practice Model & Standards: In Stories We Find Clarity about Living our Standards of Practice

The CHNC Standards and Competencies inform the practice of CHN to meet the goal of creating a health Canada.
Presented by: CHNC Standard and Competencies Committee:
- Karen Curry RN, MN CHNC(C)
- Cheryl van Daalen-Smith RN, PhD, CCHN(C), CCNE
- Patricia King RN, BN, MN
- Lori Boen, RN, CCHN(C), CCCI, LNC
Webinar | Presentation Slides

May 12, 2022
Health Inequities and Moral Distress Among Community Health Nurses During the Pandemic

This is a collaboration of CHNC Leadership Standing Committee, Brandon University, and National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health (NCCDH):
- Ruth Schofield, Co-Principal Investigator (ethics approval)
- Dr. Catherine Baxter (Brandon University and member of the CHNC Leadership Standing Committee) from Brandon University
- Claire Betker (NCCDH and Member of Leadership SC)
- Leadership Standing Committee Members: Francoise Filion, Genevieve Currie, Mary-Ann Taylor, Morag Granger, May Tao, & Patti Gauley.
Webinar | Presentation Slides