Calling All Nurses - Join the CNHE!!17 Oct, 2017 | Posted by: cnhe

We want to extend a special invitation to all Nurses. We need your Knowledge, Insight and Advocacy Skills to spread the world about the importance of the environment for human health. Please consider joining us as a member!

The Canadian Nurses for Health and the Environment (CNHE) represents Registered Nurses dedicated to the improvement of environmental health across all domains of nursing practice, policy, research and education. A member of the Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties of the Canadian Nurses Association, CNHE works to facilitate knowledge sharing and transfer based on environmental health principles and nursing best practices.

REGISTER TO JOIN THE CNHE NOW!!

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Calling All Nursing Faculty - Join the CNHE!!17 Oct, 2017 | Posted by: cnhe

We want to extend a special invitation to all Nursing Faculty. We need your Knowledge, Insight and Advocacy Skills to spread the world about the importance of the environment for human health. Please consider joining us as a member!

The Canadian Nurses for Health and the Environment (CNHE) represents Registered Nurses dedicated to the improvement of environmental health across all domains of nursing practice, policy, research and education. A member of the Canadian Network of Nursing Specialties of the Canadian Nurses Association, CNHE works to facilitate knowledge sharing and transfer based on environmental health principles and nursing best practices.

REGISTER TO JOIN THE CNHE NOW!!

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Nursing Students can Join CNHE for free!17 Oct, 2017 | Posted by: cnhe

Student Membership - Registration required No Charge

Free membership applies to any nursing student enrolled in an approved or accredited undergraduate nursing program in Canada is eligible for individual membership in CNHE upon completion of the registration form. Each student member is entitled to one vote and eligible to hold a Board of Directors position if a current individual CNA member.

GO HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE.

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You and your members are invited to provide feedback on three CNA Position statements - Deadline: May 8, 201715 Mar, 2017 | Posted by: cnhe

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Dear Colleagues,

Le français suit.

The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), has revised CNA’s position statements, International Trade and Labour Mobility(2009), Nurses and Environmental Health (2009) and Climate Change and Health (2009). These three revisions of established position statements are provided for your input. Please share with your members.

As an important stakeholder, we are seeking your perspectives and advice to ensure that the content of these position statements reflects current themes and priorities. We ask that you read the position statements and then determine if there is feedback that you can provide.

Here are the links to the surveys where you can provide feedback:

International Trade and Labour Mobility
Nurses and Environmental Health
Climate Change and Health

We would ask that you please review the position statements and provide your feedback by May 8, 2017. If you have any questions, on the International Trade and Labour Mobility position statement please contact Josette Roussel at jroussel@cna-aiic.ca or at 1-800-361-8404, ext. 229, or at. For questions on the Nurses and Environmental Health or Climate Change and Health position statements, please contact Karey Shuhendler at kshuhendler@cna-aiic.ca or at 1-800-361-8404, ext. 410.

Anne Sutherland Boal
Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Nurses Association
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Chères collègues, Cher collègues,

L’Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada (AIIC), a révisé les énoncés de position de l’AIIC, Le commerce international et mobilité de la main-d'œuvre (2009), Les infirmières et la santé environnementale (2009) et Le changement climatique et la santé (2009). Veuillez partager avec vos membres.

Vous figurez parmi les parties prenantes importantes et nous aimerions connaître votre point de vue et recevoir vos conseils afin de nous assurer que les modifications apportées à ces énoncés de position reflètent les priorités et les thèmes actuels. Nous vous demandons de lire les énoncés de position et ensuite déterminer s'il y a des commentaires que vous pouvez fournir.

Voici le lien au sondage où vous pouvez soumettre votre rétroaction :

Le commerce international et mobilité de la main-d'œuvre
Les infirmières et la santé environnementale
Le changement climatique et la santé

Nous vous demandons de réviser les énoncés de position et de nous faire parvenir vos commentaires d’ici le 8 mai 2017.

Pour toutes questions concernant l’énoncé de position « Le commerce international et mobilité de la main-d'œuvre » , veuillez communiquer avec Josette Roussel à jroussel@cna-aiic.ca ou au 1-800-361-8404, poste 229 . Par ailleurs, si vous avez des questions concernant les énoncés « Les infirmières et la santé environnementale », « Le changement climatique et la santé » veuillez communiquer avec Karey Shuhendler à kshuhendler@cna-aiic.ca ou au 1-800-361-8404, ext. 410


Anne Sutherland Boal
Directrice générale
Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada


Call for Nominations to CNHE Executive Board19 Jan, 2017 | Posted by: cnhe

Call for Board Member Nominations

The CNHE will be changing the Board at the upcoming AGM in February

We are issuing a call for Nominations for the following Positions

Please view this webpage for information on these positions (Article V):
http://www.cnhe-iise.ca/bylaws.html

Nominations will remain open until February 19, 2017
If you are interested in a position or wish to nominate another member, please contact the CNHE executive at: info@cnhe-iise.ca

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

• President-Elect
• Secretary
• Treasurer
• Communications Officer
• Provincial and Territorial Representatives


UN Urges Immediate Action on Climate Change03 Nov, 2014 | Posted by: cnhe

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Citing “clear and growing” human influence on the climate system, a United Nations report issued today has warned that if left unchecked, climate change will increase the likelihood of severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems.