Public Health Agency of Canada – Call for Membership – National Advisory Committee on Infection Prevention and Control

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is seeking to fill two voluntary positions for Infection Control Professionals (ICPs) on the National Advisory Committee on Infection Prevention and Control (NAC-IPC) with one of the positions being filled to represent Long Term Care. The candidates should have an understanding of infection prevention and control in healthcare settings.

The NAC-IPC is an external advisory body (EAB) which provides subject matter expertise and advice to PHAC to prevent transmission of infection in healthcare settings including infections associated with emerging pathogens and antimicrobial resistant organisms. The NAC-IPC reports to the Vice President of PHAC’s Infectious Diseases Programs Branch. Its voting members who are appointed by PHAC for a term of 2 to 4 years, with possibility of renewal, have expertise in infectious diseases, infection prevention and control, medical microbiology, healthcare epidemiology, public health, occupational health and/or hygiene, nursing and medical device reprocessing.

NAC-IPC members meet virtually once a month and in person annually for two days in Ottawa, Ontario. Members are expected to attend meetings and be actively involved in NAC-IPC activities by chairing and participating in working groups and developing/updating IPC guidelines.

For additional information about the NAC-IPC, refer to the detailed description here

Interested candidates must submit the following items to the NAC-IPC Secretariat:

  1. A current curriculum vitae.
  2. A cover letter, not exceeding 1000 words, providing details on their interest in participating on the NAC-IPC, a summary of their experience participating on scientific or policy-related committees or working groups, and area(s) of interest within their speciality.
  3. One letter of recommendation from a person not employed by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

The deadline for receipt of all documents is February 3rd, 2023. All documents must be submitted by email to the NAC-IPC Secretariat at ipc.secretariat-pci@phac-aspc.gc.ca.

For further information, please contact the NAC-IPC Secretariat at:

Secretariat, National Advisory Committee on Infection Prevention and Control
Infectious Diseases Programs Branch, Public Health Agency of Canada
ipc.secretariat-pci@phac-aspc.gc.ca

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Agence de la santé publique du Canada
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Comité consultatif national sur la prévention et le contrôle des infections

L’Agence de la santé publique du Canada (ASPC) cherche à pourvoir deux postes volontaires de professionnels de la prévention des infections (PPI) au sein du Comité consultatif national sur la prévention et le contrôle des infections (CCN-PCI), l’un des postes devant représenter les soins de longue durée. Les candidats doivent avoir une compréhension de la prévention et du contrôle des infections dans les établissements de santé.

Le CCN-PCI est un organisme consultatif externe (OCE) qui fournit une expertise en la matière et des conseils à l’ASPC pour prévenir la transmission des infections dans les établissements de santé, y compris les infections associées aux pathogènes émergents et aux organismes résistants aux antimicrobiens. Le CCN-PCI relève du vice-président de la Direction générale des programmes des maladies infectieuses de l’ASPC. Ses membres votants, qui sont nommés par l’ASPC pour un mandat de 2 à 4 ans, avec possibilité de renouvellement, possèdent une expertise dans les domaines des maladies infectieuses, de la prévention et du contrôle des infections, de la microbiologie médicale, de l’épidémiologie des soins de santé, de la santé publique, de la santé et/ou de l’hygiène du travail, des soins infirmiers et du retraitement des dispositifs médicaux.

Les membres du CCN-PCI se réunissent virtuellement une fois par mois et en personne chaque année pendant deux jours à Ottawa, en Ontario. Les membres doivent assister aux réunions et participer activement aux activités du CCN-PCI en présidant et en participant aux groupes de travail et en développant/mettant à jour les directives PCI.

Pour plus d’informations sur le CCN-PCI, consultez la description détaillée ici.

Les candidats intéressés doivent soumettre les éléments suivants au Secrétariat du CCN-PCI :

  1. Un curriculum vitae à jour.
  2. Une lettre de motivation, ne dépassant pas 1 000 mots, fournissant des détails sur leur intérêt à participer au CCN-PCI, un résumé de leur expérience de participation à des comités ou groupes de travail scientifiques ou liés aux politiques, et le(s) domaine(s) d’intérêt dans leur spécialité.
  3. Une lettre de recommandation d’une personne qui n’est pas employée par l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada.

La date limite de réception de tous les documents est le 3 février 2023. Tous les documents doivent être soumis par courrier électronique au Secrétariat du CCN-PCI à l’adresse ipc.secretariat-pci@phac-aspc.gc.ca.

Pour de plus amples informations, veuillez contacter le Secrétariat du CCN-PCI à l’adresse suivante :

Secrétariat, Comité consultatif national sur la prévention et le contrôle des infections
Direction générale des programmes des maladies infectieuses, Agence de la santé publique du Canada
ipc.secretariat-pci@phac-aspc.gc.ca.

CNA Advocacy Campaign

In light of the current nursing shortages and health-care crisis in Canada, CNA is launching a campaign to ask nurses and the general public to send a letter to their federal, provincial and territorial representatives, urging them to fix Canada’s health-care crisis and nursing shortages.

I kindly ask that you participate in this campaign and that you share it with as many people as possible, your members, contacts, colleagues and network. We need your help to bring this message to as many elected officials across Canada as possible! The voice of nurses and the public is extremely important and it matters greatly. Elected officials want to hear from their constituents and making them listen helps move the needle on major issues.

All that nurses and the general public have to do is click on the link below and fill out the form so that the pre-written letter can be sent to the right elected official.

To help spread the word, you can also share this email with your network and the social media posts below:

Thank you for your support.

If you have any questions, please contact CNA at govtrelations@cna-aiic.ca.

New WorkSafeBC research grant opportunities now open

WorkSafeBC supports research that makes a difference in the workplace. We are pleased to announce new grant opportunities are now open to workers, employers, students, academic researchers, and others who are interested in conducting research related to our research priorities and improving workplace health and safety.

Applied Innovation (formerly “Innovation at Work”)

Letter of Intent due: January 13, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. PST.

Any Canadian resident may apply.

  • Supports research projects that are practical and applicable to the workplace. These projects develop or apply knowledge and insights to address workplace health and safety issues and/or engage in knowledge transfer and exchange activities.
  • Grants are up to $50,000 for a duration of 12 months.

Proof of Principle and Prototyping

Letter of Intent due: January 13, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. PST.

Any Canadian resident may apply.

  • A new funding stream within Applied Innovation for research that may lead to novel tools, products, and technology that can be implemented in the workplace and made available to workers, employers, and workplaces.
  • Grants are up to $100,000 for a duration of 24 months.

Research Training Awards

Applications due: February 10, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. PST.

Open to master’s and doctoral students, including international students, in B.C.

  • Designed to foster the development of OHS research in B.C. through enabling graduate students to undertake full-time research training with a focus on occupational illness, injury, and disability.
  • Awards are $22,500 annually for one or two years.

Ralph McGinn Postdoctoral Fellowships

Applications due: February 10, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. PST.

Open to researchers within four years of completing their Ph.D. holding a postdoctoral position at a Canadian university or research institution.

  • Designed to foster the development of OHS and work disability research in B.C. and across Canada through supporting doctoral graduates who are training for careers as academic researchers.
  • Awards are $50,000 annually for two years.

Specific Priorities

Applications due: February 10, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. PST.

Open to qualified researchers at universities or research institutions in Canada and internationally.

  • WorkSafeBC is currently seeking research on the following topic:

Worker and employer engagement and incentive programs supporting return to work

  • Grants range from $50,000 to $150,000 for one or two years.

We can help!

Visit our website to learn more and apply today. We encourage applicants to reach out to Research Services by email at resquery@worksafebc.com with any questions about the application process or to discuss research ideas.

Canada Cares Awards

(Nominations due December 31st, 2022)

This annual event recognizes caregivers across the country. In the past, recognition awards have been given to over 350 deserving individuals and financial awards have been used to purchase equipment, support respite, assist with transportation and provide basic necessities for both adults and young children.

Nomination Form

What are the Canada Cares Awards?

Approximately 8 million Canadians are caring for someone with a serious illness, disability or frailty. These dedicated caregivers are making untold sacrifices to look after others who are unable to care for themselves. Each year, Canada Cares calls on Canadians from coast-to-coast to nominate amazing caregivers for our annual awards. 

What is Canada Cares?

Canada Cares is a program of the Canadian Abilities Foundation, a registered charity that provides information, inspiration and opportunity to people with disabilities, their friends, families and the entire spectrum of professionals engaged in their service, while promoting their full inclusion in all aspects of community life.

Health Canada Recorded Webinar: Exceptions to the Prescription Drug List // Webinaire enregistré de Santé Canada : Exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance

Health Canada is sending this email to inform you of a recorded webinar about the initial information-gathering consultation on exceptions to the Prescription Drug List.

The consultation was launched on July 28, and will close on November 29, 2022.

This recorded webinar provides information on how to submit your consultation feedback. You can access the recorded webinar here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NcnMcgcvaElhSK_pybCrzOdKHu02OYGl/view?usp=sharing<https://can01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Ffile%2Fd%2F1NcnMcgcvaElhSK_pybCrzOdKHu02OYGl%2Fview%3Fusp%3Dsharing&data=05%7C01%7Ckatrina.traikov%40hc-sc.gc.ca%7C07ae5ca4cff0494a7a9808da9d733d5e%7C42fd9015de4d4223a368baeacab48927%7C0%7C0%7C637995415512177101%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=oug0nv0yd%2BSUe8XUlOwCxcID%2BlquYahXIPjehp7W0oE%3D&reserved=0>

Heath Canada would appreciate your feedback about which existing exceptions are still needed and why, as well as any possible impacts that could occur if drugs that are currently considered exceptions were to be added to the Prescription Drug List. The original consultation launch email is included below. Thank you to those who have already responded.

You can access the consultation here:

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/programs/consultation-exceptions-prescription-drug-list.html

This work aims to ensure that exceptions to the Prescription Drug List meet the needs of patients, caregivers and the modern health care system.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca<mailto:policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca>

Sincerely,

Bureau of Policy, Science and International Programs Pharmaceutical Drugs Directorate Health Products and Food Branch Health Canada

Chère partie prenante,

Santé Canada vous envoie ce courriel parce que nous aimerions vous informer de la tenue d’un webinaire enregistré sur la consultation initiale de collecte d’information sur les exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance.

La consultation a été lancée le 28 juillet et se terminera le 29 novembre 2022.

Ce webinaire enregistré fournit de l’information sur la façon de soumettre vos commentaires sur la consultation. Vous pouvez accéder au webinaire enregistré ici :

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ucsvg1v8FsR0gAWnuTesp4_hgGWykCpy/view?usp=sharing<https://can01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Ffile%2Fd%2F1ucsvg1v8FsR0gAWnuTesp4_hgGWykCpy%2Fview%3Fusp%3Dsharing&data=05%7C01%7Ckatrina.traikov%40hc-sc.gc.ca%7C07ae5ca4cff0494a7a9808da9d733d5e%7C42fd9015de4d4223a368baeacab48927%7C0%7C0%7C637995415512177101%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=lb1ENxMP4cT7pJZknITHz6FPWJ28xtOshHIZ8o5Pzfk%3D&reserved=0>

Santé Canada aimerait recevoir vos commentaires sur les exceptions actuelles qui sont encore nécessaires et pourquoi elles le sont, ainsi que les impacts possibles qui pourraient se produire si ces drogues actuellement considérés comme des exceptions étaient ajoutés à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance. Le courriel original de lancement de la consultation est inclus ci-dessous. Merci à tous ceux qui ont déjà répondu.

Vous pouvez accéder à la consultation ici :

https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-canada/programmes/consultation-exceptions-liste-drogues-ordonnance.html

Ce travail vise à assurer que les exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance répondent aux besoins des patients, des soignants et du système de soins de santé moderne.

Si vous avez des questions ou des préoccupations, veuillez contacter policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca<mailto:policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca>.

Cordialement,

Bureau des politiques, de la science et des programmes internationaux Direction générale des médicaments pharmaceutiques Direction générale des produits de santé et des aliments Santé Canada

ORIGINAL EMAIL – EXCEPTIONS TO THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG LIST CONSULTATION // COURRIEL ORIGINAL – CONSULTATION SUR LES EXCEPTIONS À LA LISTE DES DROGUES SUR ORDONNANCE

Subject / Objet: Health Canada Public Consultation: Exceptions to the Prescription Drug List // Santé Canada – Consultation publique : Exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance

Un message en français suit

Dear Stakeholder,

Health Canada is sending this email because we would like to hear from you.

Health Canada has launched an initial consultation to gather input from health care providers, industry, and other stakeholders about exceptions to the Prescription Drug List.

Exceptions are intended for when a drug meets one or more of the prescription drug principles and factors, but a health and safety rationale for easier access outweighs the benefits of the prescription requirements.

This consultation launched on July 28, 2022 and will close on November 29, 2022. You can access the consultation here:

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/programs/consultation-exceptions-prescription-drug-list.html<https://can01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.canada.ca%2Fen%2Fhealth-canada%2Fprograms%2Fconsultation-exceptions-prescription-drug-list.html&data=05%7C01%7Ckatrina.traikov%40hc-sc.gc.ca%7C791e1a0dc848469a7b8608da761bb1a4%7C42fd9015de4d4223a368baeacab48927%7C0%7C0%7C637952158553985030%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=QRoy4p%2BCsorfHfSM2yGjm3qZZZPcUsy%2BqUzTAz7H4KQ%3D&reserved=0>

At this early stage, Health Canada would like to gather initial input about which existing exceptions are still needed and why, as well as any possible impacts that could occur if drugs that are currently considered exceptions were to be added to the Prescription Drug List.

The information gathered from this consultation will:

·         Help to confirm which exceptions are still needed

·         Inform updated health and safety rationales for existing exceptions

This work aims to ensure that exceptions to the Prescription Drug List meet the needs of patients, caregivers and the modern health care system.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca<mailto:policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca>

Sincerely,

Bureau of Policy, Science and International Programs Pharmaceutical Drugs Directorate Health Products and Food Branch Health Canada

Chère partie prenante,

Santé Canada vous envoie ce courriel parce que nous aimerions recevoir votre rétroaction.

Santé Canada a lancé une consultation initiale pour recueillir les commentaires des prestataires de soins de santé, de l’industrie et d’autres intervenants au sujet des exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance.

Les exceptions sont prévues lorsqu’un ou plusieurs des principes et facteurs liés aux drogues sur ordonnance s’appliquent à une drogue, mais qu’une justification de santé et d’innocuité pour l’accès plus facile dépasse les avantages relatifs à la vente sur ordonnance.

La consultation a débuté le 28 juillet 2022 et se terminera le 29 novembre 2022. Vous pouvez accéder à la consultation ici :

https://www.canada.ca/fr/sante-canada/programmes/consultation-exceptions-liste-drogues-ordonnance.html<https://can01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.canada.ca%2Ffr%2Fsante-canada%2Fprogrammes%2Fconsultation-exceptions-liste-drogues-ordonnance.html&data=05%7C01%7Ckatrina.traikov%40hc-sc.gc.ca%7C791e1a0dc848469a7b8608da761bb1a4%7C42fd9015de4d4223a368baeacab48927%7C0%7C0%7C637952158554141239%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C3000%7C%7C%7C&sdata=YKKpdNPvyV1pvmqQ0VHFFFMWkWKwE5Oba%2BcHsKvZCuU%3D&reserved=0>

À ce stade précoce, Santé Canada sollicite l’opinion initiale sur les exceptions actuelles qui sont encore nécessaires et pourquoi elles le sont, ainsi que les impacts possibles qui pourraient se produire si ces drogues actuellement considérés comme des exceptions étaient ajoutés à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance.

Les informations recueillies lors de cette consultation vont :

·         aider à confirmer quelles exceptions sont encore nécessaires

·         informer des justifications mises à jour en matière de santé et d’innocuité pour les exceptions actuelles

Ce travail vise à assurer que les exceptions à la Liste des drogues sur ordonnance répondent aux besoins des patients, des soignants et du système de soins de santé moderne.

Si vous avez des questions ou des préoccupations, veuillez contacter policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca<mailto:policy_bureau_enquiries@hc-sc.gc.ca>

Cordialement,

Bureau des politiques, de la science et des programmes internationaux Direction générale des médicaments pharmaceutiques Direction générale des produits de santé et des aliments Santé Canada

Canadian Nursing Workforce Retention Study

The “Canadian Nursing Workforce Retention Study” led by Professor Linda McGillis Hall, Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto as well as Professor Sheri Price, Dalhousie University, Associate Professor Michelle Lalonde, University of Ottawa, and Assistant Professor Sanja Visekruna, McMaster University is currently underway. The study, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, is looking for nurses and personal support workers to share their current experiences working in different health care work environments in Canada as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Participants will be asked to complete an on-line survey to provide information about their current work and work environment at the following link: https://bit.ly/3KVYNWv

Please share the attached flyer to inform them about this important study opportunity. 

Innovative Nursing Approaches

CNA-AIIC is looking to identify some nurses across the country that are making a difference impacting their organizations during this current nursing workforce situation. The 4 topic areas of interest are:

  • Technology/virtual
  • Nurse lead initiatives
  • Mental health and wellness
  • Retired/Senior nurse use and retention in the workforce

They are really looking for ideas where nurses have taken the initiative and where there is learning and potential for spread. If you know someone, please consider reaching out to them to see if you can put their name forward. Information can be sent to your COHNA-ACIIST Provincial Director. They will be putting together a list in the next 2-3 weeks.

New WorkSafeBC research grant competition

Do you have an idea that could help improve workplace health and safety? Some of the best solutions start with simple ideas.

WorkSafeBC is pleased to launch our Applied Innovation research grants competition. Formerly known as Innovation at Work, our new Applied Innovation grants can help you develop your idea into a solution that makes a difference in the workplace.

Letter of Intent due: June 10, 2022, at 4 p.m. PDT

Details

  • Grants support the same “insights and evidence” and “tools and technology” projects funded through Innovation at Work, but with an expanded scope to include pilot studies and knowledge transfer and exchange activities. Your project may seek to understand why and how things occur, evaluate interventions that seek to achieve positive change, or apply evidence directly to the workplace.
  • Grants are up to $50,000 for a duration of 12 months.
  • Any Canadian resident may apply, including workers, employers, and academic researchers with an industry collaboration or a non-academic partner.
  • Research topics should align with our research priorities.

How to apply

Send us your Letter of Intent by June 10, 2022, at 4 p.m. PDT. Visit our website to learn more.

We can help!

We encourage applicants to reach out to Research Services by email at resquery@worksafebc.com with any questions about the application process or to discuss research ideas.

Please feel free to share this information with your networks and encourage them to apply.

Thank you,

Research Services
Office of Learning, Leading, Sharing – Corporate Operations
WorkSafeBC
6951 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC

March 19 is Certified Nurses Day – Plan to Make it a Success!

March 19 is Certified Nurses Day, an international day of recognition celebrating certified nurses’ contribution to the nursing profession. Leading up to the day, the Canadian Nurses Associations wants to get nurses and employers thinking about ways to shine the spotlight on the value of being certified in a nursing specialty and having certified nurses in their workplace.

Created by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the American Nurses Association in 2008, it’s now celebrated around the world. Those organizations chose March 19 to commemorate the birthday of Margretta ‘Gretta’ Madden Styles, the renowned American nurse credentialing expert who advanced practice and regulation for more than two decades worldwide.

For Certified Nurses Day on March 19, we’re inviting all CNA-certified nurses to proudly wear their certification pins. Also, take a few moments to tell your colleagues and employer why you became nationally certified in your nursing specialty.

If you’re an employer:

  • Promote International Certified Nurses Day within the workplace and to media and the public through your facility’s communications vehicles
  • Acknowledge the day with a celebratory message on your facility’s bulletin board and intranet, and include an honor roll of certified nurses
  • Sponsor a health break for certified nurses
  • Send an appreciation letter to each certified nurse at your facility
  • Set up an information table displaying certification material (tip: print copies of CNA certification poster for interested nurses to take)

If you’re a certified nurse:

  • Show your pride in your achievements by wearing your nursing specialty certification pin on March 19
  • Post the Impact of Certification infographic on bulletin boards throughout the facility
  • Suggest ideas to the communications department of certified nurses who could be profiled in upcoming newsletters
  • Organize a virtual event to bring together certified nurses and other team members
  • Take part in social media activities on Certified Nurses Day such as sharing why you became CNA Certified and using the hashtag #CertifiedNursesDay

Learn more about Certification

Impact of Certification infographic
English: https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/2f975e7e-4a40-45ca-863c-5ebf0a138d5e/UploadedImages/documents/17_0971_Certification_Infographic_ENG_2022_Copy.pdf

French: https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/66561cd1-45c8-41be-92f6-e34b74e5ef99/UploadedImages/documents/17_0971_Certification_Infographic_FRE_2022_Copy.pdf

Certification Numbers by Specialty and Province or Territory (March 2021)
English:  https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/2f975e7e-4a40-45ca-863c-5ebf0a138d5e/UploadedImages/documents/Certification-statistics-2021-by-specialty-area-and-province-territory_e.pdf

French:  https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/66561cd1-45c8-41be-92f6-e34b74e5ef99/UploadedImages/documents/Certification-statistics-2021-by-specialty-area-and-province-territory_f.pdf

Certification Numbers by Specialty (2016-2020)
English:  https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/2f975e7e-4a40-45ca-863c-5ebf0a138d5e/UploadedImages/documents/Certification-statistics-2021-by-specialty-area-aggregate-5-year_e.pdf

French:  https://hl-prod-ca-oc-download.s3-ca-central-1.amazonaws.com/CNA/66561cd1-45c8-41be-92f6-e34b74e5ef99/UploadedImages/documents/Certification-statistics-2021-by-specialty-area-aggregate-5-year_f.pdf

Call for Nominations for CNA President-Elect

Le français suit.

CNA has launched the call for nominations for CNA President-Elect on our website.

Submissions will be open until February 28, 2022.

Below, please find the website links which provide information related to the submission process, including eligibility criteria, roles and the call for nominations for your information.

English: https://www.cna-aiic.ca/en/membership/who-we-are/our-leadership/call-for-president-elect-nominations

Should you know of any nurse leaders who would be interested in this respected role, you are invited to submit a nomination. The call for nominations for CNA Vice President, Board of Directors and Public Representative will be posted on our website in the coming week.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Nada Hammude, Goverance & Leadership Coordinator at nhammude@cna-aiic.ca.


L’AIIC a lancé un appel de candidatures pour le poste de président désigné de l’AIIC sur son site Web.

Les soumissions seront ouvertes jusqu’au 28 février 2022.

Ci-dessous, veuillez trouver les liens du site Web qui fournissent des informations relatives au processus de soumission, y compris les critères d’éligibilité, les rôles et l’appel à candidatures pour votre information.

French: https://www.cna-aiic.ca/fr/adhesion/qui-sommes-nous/celles-et-ceux-qui-nous-dirigent/appel-de-candidatures-au-poste-de-president-e-designe-e

Si vous connaissez des leaders infirmiers qui seraient intéressés par ce rôle respecté, vous êtes invités à soumettre une candidature. L’appel de candidatures pour le poste de vice-président, conseil d’administration et représentant du public de l’AIIC sera affiché sur notre site Web au cours de la semaine à venir.

Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter Nada Hammude à nhammude@cna-aiic.ca.