Community Health Nurses have been at the heart of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, while continuing to ensure that other health needs of Canadians in their communities were also addressed. The past two years have generated an ongoing need to be reflective about nursing practice, determinants of health, Truth and Reconciliation, and more. As time moves forward, the need to be resilient draws upon nurses’ ability to regroup, recharge and reconnect with partners and colleagues.
The CHNC2022 National Community Health Nursing Conference provides an opportunity to reflect, share experiences and develop strategies to lead nurses into the future in addressing community needs.
Abstract submissions are encouraged from nurses and interprofessional collaborators in all domains of community health nursing: practice, administration, education, research and policy. Student submissions are strongly encouraged! Abstracts are accepted in English or French and may be presented in the language of submission.
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Thanks for your interest in submitting an abstract to CHNC2022.
The abstract submission period is now closed.
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This event is approved for a maximum of 11.5 hours of accredited continuing nursing education by the Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Office, Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University.
Cet événement est approuvé pour un maximum de 11.5 heures de formation continue accréditées par le Bureau de la formation continue en sciences infirmières (FCSI) de l’École des sciences infirmières Ingram de l’Université McGill.