Session Description: Spring is here and its time to Talk TB. This session will provide community health nurses and community health representatives with an update and review on the FNIHB TB program. The current First Nation, provincial, national and world TB situation will be presented. The basics of the disease and TB programming will be reviewed. Current updates and future program initiatives will be discussed.
Learning Outcomes: The learner will:
- Be aware of current tuberculosis regional, provincial and national TB statistics
- Learn or review basic information about the tuberculosis and understand their impact on TB programming
- Understand what is new in the FNIHB TB program
Dastin Alambra, Associate Manager, Central TB Services, Alberta Health Services
Andrea Warman, Tuberculosis Program Coordinator, First Nation and Inuit Health
To Register: CLICK HERE or http://www.firstnationsth.ca/Home/RegisterVC.aspx?eid=10810
New Recordings Posted
Bent Arrow Healing Society Presents:Historical Trauma: An Indigenous Perspective
Session Description: Session (1) of (4) sessions about a chronology of Canadian History that led up to the Residential Schools and 60's Scoop and caused Intergenerational Trauma.
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FNTN and Streetworks Present: Overdose Prevention
Session Description: Across Canada and around the world, far too many lives are lost to unintentional drug overdose. Here in Alberta, like many places in the world, overdose deaths have been on the rise. This is, without a doubt, a tragedy. These are preventable deaths.
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