Bridging Care Across Specialties:
working together, apart
Saturday April 17, 2021
in partnership with ARNM
AGENDA FOR THE DAY:
- 8:45-9:00: Greetings, Introductions
- 9:00- 9:45: NPAM - Cindy Fehr, NP
"The utility of urinalysis in primary care"
- 9:45-10:30: CCCN - Kyla Siatecki, NP
-10:45-11:45: Jason Bachewich, ND
"The Hidden Pandemic - Lyme disease and Co-infections"
-11:45-12:30 (Lunch and AGM)
-12:30-13:15: Lynda Balneaves, RN, PhD, Associate Professor
"Cannabis legalization in Canada: What went right, what went wrong, and where are we headed"
-13:15-14:00: Will Kingston, MD & Shawna Kelly, NP
"Approaches to Migraine in primary care"
-14:15-15:00: CHNM -
Dr. Catherine Baxter, RN, PhD Assistant Professor; Dr. Claire Betker, RN, PhD Scientific Director
Dr. Daniel Nagel, RN, PhD Assistant Professor; Pamela Scheveck, RN, MEd Instructor
"Effects of Pandemic on Nursing, and ways forward: towards Recovery Phase"
-15:00: Closing remarks and final questions
Pending one more speaker
The Zoom link will be sent after registration, shortly before the event
Manitoba Primary Care Nurses Association
a non-profit association
facilitates networking by primary care nurses throughout the province
MPCNA provides access to tools & resources
Hosts educational events to keep members informed and connected.
Join today to receive
FREE educational events for members
Ongoing local & national education event sharing on our member's page, to facilitate disseminating current evidence based practice
Resources to relevant websites for your practice
Connection to other primary care nurses within Manitoba and nationally
Opportunity to implement change and be a leader in primary care nursing
Discounted Biennial conference fee
Membership to the Canadian Family Practice Nurses Association (CFPNA) as well
Annual Membership Fee:
$30 for membership
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Allowing primary care nurses (RN, NP, LPN) to connect and network throughout the province of Manitoba. We strive to provide our members with ongoing educational opportunities, resources, and support. We value growth and are excited about the future for nurses in primary care. We are an affiliated group of the Canadian Family Practice Nurses Association (CFPNA), which is recognized through the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA).
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