CADTH Webinar: Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Physical Activity 

Wednesday, September 23, 2020
2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT

Because of the prevalence and burden of chronic pain, health care providers are in search of the best multifaceted approach for treatment knowing that relying on opioids alone can be ineffective and carries substantial risks. Join CADTH for a webinar on the current evidence on physical activity for chronic, non-cancer pain. The target audience for this presentation is nurses, physicians, allied health professionals, researchers, educators, administrators, and health sciences students. All participants are welcome.

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ANA Webinar Series
Caring for Covid-19 Patients: Disease Progression and Nursing Interventions You Need to Know

Register now and view the webinar immediately

Topics include:

  • The clinical presentation and progression of COVID-19
  • Important nursing assessment, monitoring, and diagnostics related to COVID-19
  • Goals of nursing care of COVID-19 patients
  • Innovative and routine nursing interventions that support COVID-19 patients and promote recovery
  • Special concerns:  Hypercoagulability, delirium
  • Strategies for overcoming barriers to excellent and efficient nursing care

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CNA Webinars

CNA has a variety of up to date webinars on topics of interest. Visit here to learn more.
To watch recordings of previous webinars, visit CNA’s Progress in Practice YouTube channel here

Cofee with Claire:
CNA is hearing from members that among all the emerging science and social media opinions circulating, there is a need for current, reliable evidence-based information on COVID-19.  CNA president Claire Betker hosted a series of conversations with experts and question-and-answer sessions with nurses across Canada.
To watch a recording, click here 

CNPS Free Webinars

In support of healthcare efforts to contain the progression of COVID-19 across Canada, and acknowledging the crucial need for nursing resources, the CNPS has suspended webinars that are not of relevance to the current circumstances.

Please note that if you were registered for a previously scheduled webinar, your information will be retained and you will receive priority registration once the session is rescheduled.

If you have any questions, please email CNPS at webinar@cnps.ca

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