Once you have registered for one of the webinars listed below, be sure to download these WebEx instructions [PDF, 544.6 KB].
Recordings of past webinars
Earn the Canadian national professional credential in your nursing specialty. Become CNA certified.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 12-12:45 p.m. EDT
Each year, approximately 2,000 registered nurses take the CNA certification challenge. You can too! This webinar provides an overview of the CNA Certification Program and its exams for 20 specialties/areas of nursing practice and describes the application process.
Leslie Anne Patry, RN, MScN
Manager, Certification and Credentialing, Policy and Practice Division
Canadian Nurses Association
Leslie Anne is the current manager of certification and credentialing at CNA. She has over 20 years of national and international expertise with nursing certification and credentialing. She is also the president-elect of the American Board of Nursing Specialties, which represents nursing certification boards from across North America.
Learn how the first-ever diabetes charter for Canada can inform your practice
Chances are, diabetes affects you or someone you know. The Diabetes Charter for Canada, released in April 2014, outlines the rights and responsibilities of the more than nine million Canadians who live with diabetes or pre-diabetes as well as their health-care providers. It is hoped that the principles and values promoted within this charter will become the new standard for people living with diabetes. Find out how this charter applies to you and your practice. Learn from a registered nurse with diabetes.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014, 12-12:45 p.m. EDT
Renee Crossman, BN, MHS
Faculty, Memorial University, School of nursing
Renee Crossman is a lecturer at Memorial University’s Newfoundland school of nursing, teaching both in the classroom and clinical settings. In 2007, Renee was diagnosed with adult onset Type 1 diabetes mellitus. She is a volunteer with the Canadian Diabetes Association and an advocate for enhanced awareness and education related to diabetes management.
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