Registered nurses and nurse practitioners are invited to attend NANB and NBNU’s bilingual fall workshops ‘Running on Empty: Recognizing When Nurses Need to Refuel’ beginning at 9:00am through 4:00pm with lunch and breaks provided.
- September 26, 2017—Bathurst, NB (Best Western Plus Hotel & Suites)
- September 27, 2017—Fredericton, NB (Delta Hotel)
Registration fee: $40 (taxes incl.)
Stéphanie Maillet, UdeM (Moncton) Professor of Business and Human Resources, will lead bilingual workshops with the learning objective of providing participants with an understanding of:
- What is compassion fatigue?
- What are the contributing factors?
- What are the signs and symptoms?
- What are the best practices to avoid and treat compassion fatigue?
Please register at your earliest convenience, as space is limited. Registration will close on Wednesday September 20, 2017.
The purpose of this conference is to provide attendees with information and practical tools to empower them to assist employees in the areas of addictions and mental health, policy development for medical marijuana in the workplace, dealing with loss/grief, working with employees with PTSD, workers with chronic pain and more. This conference will be valuable and informative to all persons working to enhance employee health and wellness.
The Upper River Valley Community Breastfeeding Support Committee and Western Valley Wellness Network would like to let you know that Dr. Jack Newman is going to be offering sessions as part of the day long Western Valley Regional Wellness Forum on October 4, 2017 at the Ayr Motor Center in Woodstock, NB.
His daytime presentations will include “What They Didn’t Teach You about Breastfeeding in Your Training”, “Norms for the Breastfeeding Baby” as well as a session from 5:00-6:15pm on a few “Controversies in Breastfeeding” like sore nipples and tongue ties.