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Last Update: Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Indigenous Nurses Day May 11 2017
Lea Bill, CINA President

Greetings Colleagues, Indigenous Nurses day is a day to celebrate the many ways you have supported and provided the special attention to those you have cared for in your nursing practice. As we celebrate nurses’ week “This is Nursing” with all nurses of Canada it’s an opportune time to celebrate our uniqueness as Indigenous Nurses. Celebrate your uniqueness with your commu ...

Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute
Opportuniuty for CINA Members to Participate

Mar 02, 2017 by A.N.A.C, Content

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Important information for AGM and Workshop

Feb 20, 2017 by A.N.A.C, Content

If your membership is not current, register at http://www.indigenousnurses.ca WORKSHOP – Friday, February 24, 2017, 0900 to 1500 EST Please ensure you have registered by Wednesday, February 22, 2017 by NOON. Register at http://meetings.smudging.ca/CINA AGM – Friday, February 24, 2017, 1530 to 1730 EST To be eligible to vote at the AGM you must have registered in pers ...

Annual General Meeting 2017
Friday, February 24th at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health

Jan 18, 2017 by A.N.A.C, Content

We are happy to announce that our Annual General Meeting will be on Friday, February 24th at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health. Please note that positions that are available for Members to be nominated to are: ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: Ontario/Quebec Atlantic Leadership Student Research Non-Indigenous President Vice-President Read More or Registe ...

Real Partnerships, Real Change
C.I.N.A.'s Workshop FEBRUARY 24, 2017 

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Giving Tuesday Canadian Nurses Foundation
Double your donations with CNF! All donations made ONLY on Giving Tuesday, November 29th will be MATCHED by a partnering corporate donor!

Nov 27, 2016 by A.N.A.C, Content

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E-consultation - Study of suicide among Indigenous peoples a

Nov 25, 2016 by A.N.A.C, Content

The House of Commons Standing Committee on Indigenous and Northern Affairs is studying Suicide Among Indigenous Peoples and Communities. The Committee is inviting health professionals and community members working with First Nations, Inuit or Métis communities to take part in an electronic consultation, titled “Availability and Quality of Mental Health Services in Indigenous Communiti ...

CINA on CFJC Midday - May 10 2016
Canadian Indigenous Nursing Association

May 12, 2016 by A.N.A.C, Content

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Mar 23, 2016 by A.N.A.C, Content

Ottawa. Canada’s longest running Indigenous health professional association is calling for bold actions to improve the health of Indigenous people.   The Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada (A.N.A.C.) while optimistic by the tone and actions to date of this new federal government is worried that soft commitments such as closing the gap will lose sight of many in critical need ...

A.N.A.C. In Partnership with Community Health Nurses Canada
Pre Conference Workshops: Indigenous Nursing Leadership: Sharing Practices in Diabetes and knowledge translation

Jun 17, 2015 by A.N.A.C, Content

The Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada in collaboration with the Aboriginal Nurses Manitoba Inc., Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative, Manitoba Region, and the Diabetes Integration Project have formed a synergistic relationship that promotes excellence in scholarship and capacity building within nursing. This workshop will bring together four key stakeholders actively involved in delivering and su ...

Honor the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada’s Statement to Honor the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Jun 01, 2015 by A.N.A.C, Content

The Aboriginal Nurses Association of Canada, as the longest serving Aboriginal health professional organization in Canada with 40 years in existence, offers its steadfast support in honor of the courageous work the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has brought about. Lisa Bourque-Bearskin, President says "As nurses, we have walked side by side with many survivors of residential schools and thei ...