Featured Session

Amendments to the Registered Nurses Profession Regulation under the Health Professions Act-

Authorization for Registered Nurses to Prescribe

June 24, 2019 

14:00 - 15:30 

 

Please join us on June 24 to discuss Amendments to the Registered Nurses Profession Regulation under the Health Professions Act- Authorization for Registered Nurses to Prescribe.the changes to the prescribing procedure.

We will be going over some new changes in the process as well as going over some of the more frequently asked questions, such as:

  • What steps does an interested registered nurse (RN) need to take to prescribe and order diagnostic tests?
  • Will NIHB accept prescriptions and tests ordered by prescribing RN’s?
  • AND MUCH MORE!  

There will be an interactive portion to this presentation; we encourage atteendees to bring questions and/or discussion pieces. 

Target Audience: The information provided will be of interest to Health Directors, Nurses and other health professionals working within First Nations in Alberta. This information may not apply to audiences outside Alberta. 

Announcements

Unavailable Sites

The following sites are currently unavailable. If there are any questions please contact our offices at vchelp@fntn.ca  
  • Siksika Youth Treatment Centre
  • Saddle Lake Boardroom 
  • Bushe River Four Chiefs Complex
 

 

 

New Recordings

Health Link 811: Myth Busters:

In this session, you will have an introduction to 811 Health Link, the AHS provincial telephone registered nurse triage and health information line.

Learning Outcomes: After this presentation you will have a better understanding of who 811 is, who calls and why, and what 811 has to offer Albertan's. There are many misconceptions about 811 and this presentation will help to bust some of those common myths!

Target Audience: Anyone who want to know more about 811

CLICK HERE to view the session recording


Harm Reduction Series:

The Road In-Between : Harm Reduction Strategies for First Nations

This videoconference session will discuss how responses to substance use have historically focused on abstinence only approaches in many Indigenous communities. Concepts of the Red and Black Roads are explored as they relate to people using substances. The “Road In Between” is introduced as it relates to harm reduction practices, principles and services and the impacts that stigma and discrimination have on individuals using substances.   

*For more information on the Harm Reduction Series, visit the Harm Reduction Series Page on this website

CLICK HERE to view the session recording


Harm Reduction Series:

Blood Tribe Addictions Framework- Building on Rich Stories & Deep Wisdom

We welcome you to join us for the next session in the First Nations Telehealth Network’s Harm Reduction Series. The Blood Tribe Addiction Framework, Kattakinoona Awaahkapiiyaawa – Bringing the Spirits Home, was developed in collaboration between the Blood Tribe Department of Health, the Blood Tribe Chief & Council and Alberta Health Services in response to the on-going impacts and effects of the opioid crisis. The framework was developed using extensive feedback, rich stories, and deep wisdom from the community; and enhanced with information from relevant research, literature and evidence. The result is a community-wide, comprehensive, full-continuum of care addiction framework that is grounded in the Blackfoot culture and based on the Blood Tribe population, geography, needs and resources.

*For more information on the Harm Reduction Series, visit the Harm Reduction Series Page on this website

CLICK HERE to view the session recording


Diabetes 101 Series:
Diabetes in Pregnancy 

The eighth session of Diabetes 101 looks at diabetes in a special population – pregnant women.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the different types of diabetes in pregnancy

  • Understand how to manage diabetes in pregnancy

  • Identify strategies to promote a healthy pregnancy and birth

  • Identify strategies to promote healthy Moms  and children after pregnancy

  • Know where to get help.

Presenter: Kathleen Gibson RD CDE.

* For more information on the Diabetes 101 series visit the Diabetes 101 Series page on this website 

CLICK HERE to watch the recorded session 


Diabetes 101 Series:
Diabetes in Youth

The ninth and final session of Diabetes 101 Series looks at both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in youth.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand which youth are at risk for type 1 & 2 diabetes

  • Understand how to screen for type 2 diabetes and diabetes complications in youth

  • Understand how diabetes in youth is managed

  • Identify strategies to promote well-living with diabetes for youth

  • Know where to get help

Presenter: Kathleen Gibson RD CDE.

* For more information on the Diabetes 101 series visit the Diabetes 101 Series page on this website 

CLICK HERE to watch the recorded session 

Today's Sessions and Registration Deadline

Today's Sessions
VC TypeSession TitleSchedule
Clinical SessionSiksika Discharge Rounds (2)Jun 25, 2019 09:15 ~ 10:30
Clinical SessionDietetics - Peerless & Trout - RAH Anderson Hall (2)Jun 25, 2019 10:00 ~ 11:00
Clinical SessionOpioid Dependency Clinic - O'Chiese - Dr. Poisson RPD (2)Jun 25, 2019 10:20 ~ 10:40
Clinical SessionTelepsychiatry - Peerless & Trout - 108 Street Mental Health Clinic (2)Jun 25, 2019 11:30 ~ 12:00
Meeting SessionFrog Lake Portal 724 Discussion (3)Jun 25, 2019 11:30 ~ 12:30
 

Today's Registration Deadline
VC TypeSession TitleScheduleReg DeadLine
Education SessionPalliative Care Rounds- Addressing Spirituality in a Spiritual Diverse Population (0)Jun 28, 2019 08:15 ~ 09:30Jun 25, 2019 23:59
 
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