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Register Now for the CPNCA's 
September 19 Webinar

Mommy is Very,  Very, Very, Sick ….How to Teach Adults to Talk to Their Children About Advanced Disease and Impending Death.
Presented by Vivian Myron TS, BSW, MSW. Jewish General Hospital, Montreal 

This presentation will teach professionals basics about communication with children about a loved adult's advanced disease and impending death,  allow professionals to feel comfortable with this difficult topic, and  offer clear guidelines around communication and words to use. 

Hospice Palliative Care Week 2024 Presentation
Capacity Building Intellectual &Developmental Disability (IDD) Palliative Care  
Tracey Human, RN CHPCN (c)
Janet Elder RN, BScN CHPCN (c)
Angie Gonzales RN, MN, 
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Thank you the CPNCA members who have worked diligently for the past months contributing to this document.

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Now Available: Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for the Topical Management of Malignant Cutaneous Wounds

February 2024 CPCNA's position statement on Grief and Grief Literacy is in development


 Fall 2023- CPCNA has created our first position statement-- informed by Members voices-- Medical Assistance in Dying and Nursing Care. Click here to read.  And thank you to all who supported this work!

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