Saturday, September 23, 2017



Overview of Legislation and OIPC

Date: September 20th, 2017
Time: 10:00 - 11:30 

This session will provide an overview of Alberta’s three access and privacy laws, and will describe the regulation and enforcement role of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) with regard to these laws.

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FNTN Presents: Diabetic Foot Care Clinical Pathway

Date: September 26th, 2017
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

At the end of the session the learners will

  1. Appreciate the DON SCN role in developing resources and providing clinical support in the area of diabetic foot screening and management
  2. Understand Foot Screening parameters to complete a comprehensive clinical assessment
  3. Develop skills in determining level of risk for developing a diabetic foot ulcer
  4. Recognize when and who to refer to for individuals identified as moderate or high risk 
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Influenza Inservice Videoconference

Date: September 27th 2017
Time: 9:00 - 11:30 am


Target Audience: All staff (CHN's  HCN,NP , LPNs, others) involved in seasonal influenza programming. Review flu season programming and resources. Participation in the videoconference is a requirement to be involved in the seasonal programming.
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Privacy Impact Assessments

Date: September 27th, 2017
Time: 13:30 - 15:00

Privacy impact assessments (PIAs) are an internationally recognized due diligence exercise used to identify and mitigate privacy risks in a given initiative. This session will summarize the steps of PIAs. In Alberta, PIAs are required under the Health Information Act, and are often prepared by private and public sector entities.

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Historical Trauma: An Indigenous Perspective

Date: September 28th, 2017
Time: 10:00 - 11:30

Session (2) of (4) sessions about a chronology of Canadian History that led up to the Residential Schools and 60's Scoop and caused Intergenerational Trauma.

Learning goals:

  • Timeline of policies that drastically affected Indigenous Peoples
  • A look at a Nakoda Beliefs System
  • Traditional stories
  • Where viewer may place him/herself in this history
  • Ways to address their own trauma

Presenter: Tom Snow is a Nakoda Sioux who practices Traditional Culture. 

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New Recordings


Where you can find Reliable Web Based Information

Session Description: The Internet is a popular platform for nutrition information, with seventy percent of Canadians turning to online sources for health-related information. Not all information on the internet is valid especially about health. Four factsheets containing web links for reliable nutrition information have been developed by the Alberta Nutrition Advisory Team. Each fact sheet contains web links for resources on its specific topic. The topics are Nutrition (general), Prenatal Nutrition, Breastfeeding, and Infant Nutrition. Please join the Alberta Nutrition Advisory team for an information session on how these resources will help you find accurate nutrition information in your practice.

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FNTN and Thunderbird Partnership Foundation Presents: First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework

Session Description: There has been much effort across Canada to ensure Indigenous culture is foundational to community based programs and services.  The Thunderbird Partnership Foundation has developed a service delivery model to provide guidance for program design and enhance understanding for the critical role relationship with land has in mental wellness

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Bent Arrow Presents: Bear Family Group Conference

Session Description: A Family Group Conference (FGC) is an effective process in empowering and reestablishing family leadership to take control of their future. Families develop a plan for their care and safety of their children that is endorsed and supported by Children's Services and the Court

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FNIHB Nursing and CARNA Present: Documentation

Session Description: This session focuses on best practices in documentation that support RNs in the provision of safe, competent and ethical care. The CARNA resources for this session are the Practice Standards for Regulated Members (2013) and Documentation Standards for Regulated Members (2013). 

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FNHB Nursing and CARNA Present: CARNA's Continuing Competence Program and Renewal

Session Description: This session outlines the CARNA Continuing Competence Program (CCP) and introduces the use of the online program (“MyCCP”) for documenting your continuing competence activities. How to navigate MyCCP program will be demonstrated using examples

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First Solid Foods for First Nations Resource Training


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Today's Sessions and Registration Deadline

Today's Sessions
There is no scheduled videoconference session today.

Today's Registration Deadline
VC TypeSession TitleScheduleReg DeadLine
Education SessionFNTN Presents: Diabetic Foot Care Clinical Pathway (13)Sep 26, 2017 13:00 ~ 15:00Sep 23, 2017 23:59