This Councillor will serve as a voice for Indigenous LPNs in B.C. and supports the desire of the LPNABC to develop strong Indigenous nursing leadership in response to Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Report.
The Canadian Association of Entersotomal Therapy (CAET) is extending an invitation to Practical Nurses to learn about the latest best practice in Wound, Ostomy and Continence care!
The objectives are to:
- Engage new networks to share best practices in wound, ostomy and continence care and learn from hospital to community-based initiatives;
- Apply an enhanced understanding of culturally competent care and the role of traditional health and healing practices in Indigenous communities;
- Strengthen research interpretation and development;
- Demonstrate the links between ET Nurses and other healthcare professionals to identify strategies for integrated responses;
- Discuss the implementation of International Best Practice Guidelines for incontinent associated dermatitis;
- Develop an increased awareness of unique needs in the Canadian healthcare system such as the appreciation of diversity and needs of transgendered people; and
- Apply new knowledge and skills in compression, conservative sharp wound debridement and advanced negative pressure wound therapy through hands on workshops.
Please register today at www.caet.ca and click on conference and then delegate Registration.