Call for Abstracts CANN 2019

The Quebec Chapter is Proud to Invite You to the 50th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Sessions! This June will mark the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses. Le chapitre du Québec est fier de vous inviter à sa 50ème Assemblée Générale Annuelle et Sessions Scientifiques ! En juin prochain, l'Association Canadienne des Infirmières et Infirmiers en Neurosciences célébrera son 50ème anniversaire.

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Run for Research in Halifax!

There is a Run for Research on Tuesday morning, June 26th in Halifax Nova Scotia! Each runner or walker will be expected to contribute at least $20 for his or her participation. People who choose not to run or walk will be encouraged to donate money to the runners and walkers. Eastern and Western participants will deposit their raised funds into their respective provincial boxes to encourage a competition between the two sides of the country.

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International Council of Nurses seek feedback on recommendations to World Health Organization policy on Non-Communicable Diseases

On behalf of the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and CNA, we are pleased to advise that the World Health Organization Commission on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) will be releasing its draft report for public consultation in the coming days and encourage all our members to participate. We highly encourage you to contribute to this web-based public consultation which will be open from April 16 to 26, 2018.

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3rd Call for Abstracts 2018 CANN Conference

Special consideration: The Scientific Committee is seeking submissions on the topic of brain tumours. DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: FEBRUARY 16, 2018. 1. FEBRUARY 16, 2018- All abstracts must be received by this date. If the Brain Tumor Foundation award or Medtronic award is being sought, this must be noted at the time of abstract submission. 2. ***There will be a $50 credit towards registration, rewarded to the successful abstract candidate with this deadline only***

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2018 HCP Professional Development Grants

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is dedicated to supporting Canadian health care professionals who work in the area of neuro-oncology and neuroscience that care for people affected by a brain tumour. The 2018 HCP - Professional Development Grants allows 2 health care providers the opportunity to attend an event to enhance their role in working with the brain tumour community.

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