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Substance use trends in Canada: What nurses need to know — A five-part series
Join this series and hear nurse experts discuss some of today’s key questions regarding substance use. What roles are nurses playing to prevent and respond to these complex health issues? Learn more about nursing approaches, the nurse-client relationship and how to address the substance use stigma. The five webinars will examine:
- Opioid overdose prevention basics for nurses — March 7
- An evidence-based review of opioid agonist treatments and what they mean for nursing practice — April 4
- Supervised consumption sites: Where are we now? — May 2
- Creating safe spaces in health care for people who use drugs — late May, date coming soon!
- Cannabis in Canada: Implications for nursing in a changing legal and health-care landscape — late May, date coming soon!
Be part of the conversation. The registration link can be found below each webinar.
Certified nurses may apply webinars toward their continuous learning hours.
2. An evidence-based review of opioid agonist treatments and what they mean for nursing practice
Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 12-1 p.m. ET
This webinar will:
- Provide an overview of the recently released British Columbia Centre on Substance Use provincial guidelines for the treatment of opioid addiction: A Guideline for the Clinical Management of Opioid Use Disorder
- Focus on implications for nursing practice
- Identify future areas of focus to enhance nursing leadership in screening, treating and managing addiction and substance use
Cheyenne Johnson, RN, MPH, CCRP
Cheyenne is a clinical and research leader at the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use. She holds a degree in nursing from Queen’s University and a master’s in public health from Simon Fraser University and is a certified clinical research professional. Cheyenne is also the director of the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use Addiction Nursing Fellowship (Canada’s only addiction nursing fellowship program) and is an alumna of the program.
British Columbia Association for People on Methadone
For questions about the CNA webinar series, contact Leah Menard at email@example.com.