Various Conferences & Events

Healthcare conferences and events for Licensed Practical Nurses and associated healthcare professionals in Alberta and elsewhere in Canada. To publicize your event, contact Carolyn at cblack@clpna.com or 780-484-8886.

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2019 CLPNA Annual General Meeting & Conference

College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta

May 6-7, 2019 | Edmonton, AB

DoubleTree by Hilton, West Edmonton

www.CLPNAconference.com

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Licensed Practical Nurses and affiliated health professionals will join the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) for this 2-day educational, motivational, and professional development event. And there’s plenty of entertainment as well!

 

Culture Change in Dementia Care Course

Dementia Care Matters

Various Dates | Edmonton, Vancouver, Toronto

Conference Info

Based on our global award winning Butterfly Model of Care, our Culture Change in Dementia Care Course guides you through twelve modules. It will enable you to establish a new culture of care. The course is transformational on how to
really implement person centred skills. It will show you how to draw on a care teams emotional intelligence. Instead of thinking about ‘doing’ person centred care the care team will learn that ‘being’ person centred and relationship focused iskey. You will learn the strengths in creating a care culture on being real, present and meaningfully connected. This course returns a service to its spirit and through love helps people to feel alive.

 

Mental Health First Aid Seniors

Mental Health Commission of Canada & the Canadian Mental Health Association

To March 31, 2019 | Various Locations, Alberta

Mental Health First Aid Seniors

With funding from the government, Mental Health First Aid Seniors (MHFA Seniors) training will be provided free of charge to Albertans beginning in Fall 2017. Mental Health First Aid Seniors trains participants to effectively respond to an emerging mental health problem or crisis, until the situation is resolved or appropriate treatment is found.