Professional Practice Nursing invite all oncology nurses from across BC to join us in celebrating Oncology Nursing Day
“Changing the way we care: Self first” Elizabeth Causton Tuesday, April 5, 2016 Dinner: 1700 – 1730hrs Intro/Presentation: 1730 – 1900hrs There will be a draw for one free membership to CANO-ACIO!
A light dinner will be provided by the BC Chapter of CANO-ACIO Registration is required;
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The PEI Chapter of CANO will celebrate OND at a local restaurant. Prior to dinner, chapter members will have a CANO meeting and view the OND video. The chapter has purchased the COSTaRS practice Guides for each of its members and plans to discuss how to use these in their clinics. They have put up the OND posters in various areas around our work sites to celebrate oncology nurses.
To take part in Oncology Nursing Day on the island, please reach out to:
Kara McQuaid-Duffy BScN RN CON(C)
Clinical Nurse Leader/Educator
PEI Cancer Treatment Centre
60 Riverside Drive Charlottetown, PE
The Greater Toronto Chapter of CANO presents:
ONCOLOGY NURSES DAY “BRINGING YOU THE BREAKING NEWS”
GTCON will be having a dinner educational talk with gifts and door prizes.
- Dr. Henry Kreiger, MD, FRCPC, Hematologist/Oncologist, The Scarborough Hospital
- Tammy DeGelder, MN, NP, CON( C) Nurse Practitioner, Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre
- Nancy Wolf, RN, BScN, Hospital Nurse Educator, Quintiles
- Review Breaking News in Hematology and Oncology
- Discuss the clinical implications of the new data on current
- Share Interprofessional Collaborative Best Practices
6:30 PM – Registration and Reception
7:00 PM – Presentation and Discussion
8:30 PM – Dinner and close
LOCATION: ONE RESTAURANT
116 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto
+ 416 961-9600
Register by Friday April 1st by clicking on the link below:
FREE for CANO members (CANO ID number required upon registration) Not a member yet? Inquire about joining today: Please advise of any dietary restrictions.
This event is supported by In compliance with the Rx&D Code of Conduct, this invitation is extended to HealthCare Professionals only
Oncology Nursing Day (OND) 2016 is set to be a wonderful opportunity for those in the profession to benefit from a professional development opportunity as well as connect with their colleagues. The Manitoba CANO chapter is planning a cake and coffee reception at cancer centers with a few speeches from CCMB Nursing, the CEO of Cancer Care, and a message from me on behalf of CANO. We will also be distributing the COSTaRS Practice guide to every Oncology Nurse in the province.
On the evening of April 5th we have an education session on Multiple Myeloma provided by one of our NP’s. This education session is being sponsored by AMGEN so all CANO members will get to see a fantastic presentation as well as enjoy a night out with good food and wine at a local restaurant.
We’re so all looking forward to OND. It’s a time for our profession to shine and to remember those we serve. If you are interested in taking part, please reach out:
President, CANO Manitoba
ONIGA North is proud to host a lunch for the nurses at the cross cancer institute on April 5, 2016. The event will feature a CANO webinar and patients speaking to the nurses about their cancer experience. The event will also feature a raffle for a gift basket, a door prize, and other gifts to show appreciate for ONIGA North’s oncology nurses.
For more information, please contact Sarah Champ:
ONIGA – South is hosting a dinner-presentation at a local venue on Friday, April 8th.
The evening is going to be facilitated by a Senior Consultant with Patient & Family Engagement & Experience as well as a Patient and Family Advisory Council Member.
The objectives of the educational experience and evening are:
- To remember the patient experience
- To explore values work as a key coaching skill
- To explore stories and how they might be a tool to support individual practice and teams in exploring what Patient and Family Centred Care means
ONIGA -South is also excited to partner again this year with the Canadian Cancer Society to support Daffodil sales at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in April.