Registration links can be found below each individual webinar.
Supporting ecoliteracy in nursing practice
Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 12 to 1 pm ET
The Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment (CANE) represents nurses across all domains of nursing practice, policy, research and education who are dedicated to the improvement of environmental health. As a member of CNA’s Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties, CANE works to facilitate knowledge sharing and transfer of environmental health principles and nursing best practices. This webinar will help you gain an understanding of the current work underway to support Canadian nurses’ ecoliteracy in relation to climate change. You’ll learn about climate change and its related health impacts and how you can take action.
Jennifer Morin, RN, MN, CAE
President, Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment
Jennifer Morin worked in the acute care/oncology setting until 2009, then she became a Nurse Educator with Red River College. Her teaching background includes but is not limited to Acute Health, Clinical Practice, Law & Ethics, and Health Assessment. Currently, Jennifer is the course leader for Interprofessional Practice/Interprofessional Education.
Jennifer has been a member of the CANE since its inception in 2009 and is the current president. As a result of her work in CANE, Jennifer was awarded “Outstanding Individual in an Organization” from the Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication.
In 2014, Jennifer joined Health Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada as a “champion” in the dissemination of information related to Climate Change & Extreme Heat, Air Pollution and the Air Quality Health Index and Radon. She is involved with the Public Health Agency of Canada Committee for the Education of Health Professionals on Zoonoses and Climate Change and will participate in the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Stakeholder Forum for the project, Empowering the next generation of health care professionals with knowledge, skills, tools, and supports to address infectious diseases related to climate change in Canada.
Advanced practice nurses’ role in opioid stewardship
Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 12 to 1 pm ET
Stewardship is a patient-centred, interdisciplinary approach for improving prescribed drug therapy. However, evidence suggests that within established stewardship models for prescribed drugs (e.g., antimicrobials) nursing roles are underutilized even though nurses are ideally placed to contribute significantly in optimizing stewardship endeavours.
Within existing models of care, advanced practice nurses can prescribe opioid analgesics for patients experiencing acute and chronic pain. At the end of this webinar, you’ll be able to define the concept of opioid stewardship and the roles of advanced practice nurses in opioid management. You’ll learn about the enablers, barriers and opportunities for advanced practice nurses to optimize opioid stewardship within their care settings.
Chantelle Bailey, PGDip, MSc, PhD
Health System Impact Fellow
Canadian Nurses Association, University of Toronto
Dr. Bailey has been awarded a Health System Impact Fellowship, which is being undertaken at the Canadian Nurses Association and the University of Toronto. She is investigating the roles of advanced practice nurses (i.e., nurse practitioners) in the models of care for managing pain with a specific focus on opioid pharmacotherapy. Dr. Bailey currently represents CNA on opioid-related national initiatives including the PrescribeIT® and Coalition for Safe and Effective Pain Management (CSEPM).
To watch recordings of previous webinars, visit CNA’s Progress in Practice YouTube channel.