Webinars are a free and convenient way to further your understanding of nursing practice in Alberta. All you need is a computer with an internet connection to watch and participate.
Our previously-aired webinars are available for viewing at any time and from anywhere at your convenience.
Genevieve Chartrand, RN from the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health and Policy Advisor Alexa Parry from Alberta Health will help you make evidence-informed decisions regarding medical cannabis by walking you through what is known ab...Read more
Passionate advocates for older adults, Mychelle Blackwood, BScN, RN, GNC(C) and Sandra P. Hirst PhD, RN, GNC(C) challenge you to examine your personal beliefs about older adults and identify actions RNs can take to prevent ageism in the workplace.Read more
With 45 unique First Nation communities, three treaty areas, numerous linguistic and cultural profiles, and various service delivery models, Alberta has a complex health service landscape to explore. This webinar will also cover the importance of cultural...Read more
Gain a solid understanding of core concepts and characteristics of leadership recognized in the professional literature and how these may be integrated into everyday practice. This webinar will encourage all nurses to reflect on how leadership attributes ...Read more
Jerry Macdonald meets virtually with some of CARNA's specialty practice groups to hear what's on their mind.Read more
How we manage and use information transforms how we practice nursing and how we improve health outcomes for people across the health-care system.Read more
This presentation will give health-care providers insight into some of the complexities of assessing for abuse and degrees of risk and complications when trying to implement a plan of action. The presentation will also demonstrate how the Seniors Protecti...Read more
This panel session from the 2nd annual Finding Balance Practitioner’s Day features practical approaches to fall prevention applicable to practitioners working in varied settings. Speakers and topics include: Lisa Waselenchuk: Mobile Fall Clinic in Suppor...Read more
One in four Albertans provide unpaid care for a loved one living with illness, disability or age-related challenges. As health providers and professionals, nurses can help to prevent caregiver burnout and depression by identifying, supporting and facilita...Read more
We recognize the importance of ensuring RN knowledge is the basis of case management, and that means having RNs in the role of case manager. This presentation will describe case management in three different practice settings: primary care, continuing car...Read more
Prescription drug misuse is a leading public health and safety concern. Although these drugs are prescribed for legitimate therapeutic purposes, they have a high potential for misuse owing to their psychoactive properties. This webinar will present the fi...Read more
What are your thoughts on the goals for the Primary Health Care system, the principles guiding decision-making, and ways the province can drive improvement and create change? What are your ideas for a Primary Health Care strategy action plan? CARNA Presid...Read more
Do you work in occupational health, at a First Nations care centre, at a remote nursing station, for a federal jurisdiction or for an authorized homecare service? Are you self employed? If any of these describe your practice setting, you may be eligible t...Read more
This presentation defines horizontal violence, the overt and covert signs of bullying in the workplace and the effects of horizontal violence on the individual, staff members and the organization. The CNA Code of Ethics is used as an ethical basis to refl...Read more