Webinar:  Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity

RNAO will be hosting a national webinar on Thursday, June 26th, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EDT (Toronto, Ontario). The topic of this webinar is: Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity, Second Edition, RNAO Best Practice Guideline Launch. We welcome you to attend and/or share this invitation with your colleagues.  This first webinar of a series will provide a brief outline of the RNAO guideline development process, and present an overview of RNAO’s Best Practice Guideline, Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity, Second Edition, highlighting the scope, evidence, and specific recommendations.

Background:

This session will be part of a webinar series launched in relation to the release of the RNAO’s 2nd Edition of the Nursing Best Practice Guideline, Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity. RNAO has designed and will deliver these webinars in order to outline the RNAO guideline development process, present an overview of the Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity, Second Edition, and provide evidence-based strategies to inform successful implementation of the guideline, and practice change in general. Please register at: https://rnao.webex.com/rnao/onstage/g.php?d=661568804&t=a

Changes to Bylaw #9

RNANT/NU Bylaw 17 requires any proposed changes to a bylaw be forwarded to our members at least sixty days prior to a meeting at which the changes will be voted upon.  The approval of changes to Bylaw #9  will be voted on at the May AGM.  Please open the link below to see  Bylaw #9 with the highlighted change.  The bylaw can also be found under the Bylaw Section.

Bylaw 9 Changes

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Winners of $100 Gift Certificate

Thank you to all members who completed our online survey.  Your input is greatly appreciated.   The Results of the Survey will be posted mid December.  The winners of the $100 Gift Certificates are:

Kera Misling of Northwest Territories

Kimberley Chretien of Nunavut

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