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Recordings of past webinars
Strengthen your toolkit for managing pain: Practical tips for nurses
Pain management continues to be a problematic health care issue worldwide. In this exciting evidence-based webinar, nurses will learn practical ways to manage pain in adults. Find out how developing your knowledge, skills and attitudes toward pain can improve your patient’s quality of life as well as your own.
Monday, November 17, 2014, 12-12:45 p.m. EDT
Lynne Young, RN, PhD
Professor, University of Victoria school of nursing
Lynne Young’s background as an ICU, ER and PAR (patient at risk) nurse first led her to a role as a clinical nurse specialist in acute pain care for a tertiary care hospital. She soon came to realize how much acute care settings were still struggling with acute pain management and set out to address the issue. Working with other health-care professionals she implemented a strategy over the next ten years that included establishing the Pain BC Society, end-of-life and palliative care competencies for undergraduate nursing students and an interprofessional course on pain care at the University of British Columbia.
The latest in addiction medicine: What every nurse needs to know
Addiction to drugs and alcohol is now considered an acquired organic brain disease. The newest research is showing us how the brain is actually damaged with addiction. This research has profound implications for nursing practice. Learn about the latest ideas emerging from the field of addiction medicine and how this will impact your practice in the future.
Thursday, December 4, 2014, 12-12:45 p.m. ET
Monica Gregory, RN, NP, BSN, BSC Pharmacology, MSN
Nurse Practitioner, Crosstown Clinic
Monica Gregory is a nurse practitioner with many years of experience in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, both in clinic settings and in outreach. She obtained her BSN from the University of Alberta and her MSN from the University of British Columbia (UBC). She was a 2013 St Paul's Hospital Goldcorp Addiction Medicine Fellow. Monica also has a degree in pharmacology from UBC and is an adjunct professor at the University of Northern B.C., where she teaches pharmacology in the nurse practitioner program. In addition, Monica was credentialed as an HIV specialist with the American Academy of HIV Medicine from 2008 to 2012. Her career has included specializations in emergency, STDs, inner-city medicine and HIV. Monica currently practises at the Crosstown Clinic in Vancouver, providing primary care to clients suffering from severe addiction.
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