The purpose of AGNA is to bring together nurses who are interested in gerontology and whose intent is to improve the health, wellness, and quality of life of older adults. This, along with our mission to provide leadership in promoting excellence in gerontological nursing, has guided us, your provincial executive, to make the decision to …
The AGNA Conference Committee would like to invite poster abstract submissions for the Annual Alberta Gerontological Nurses Association – AGM and Education Day, Friday, April 24, 2020, scheduled for Red Deer, AB. Posters should address topics of support and care of older adults. You can download instructions here (pdf).
Scheduled for Red Deer April 24th. Early Bird Registration is open until Feb 29th. Register before then and save! This year’s theme is International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife: Exploring Complexities in Gerontological Nursing. Click here for details and to register
Registration Now Open! Call for Latebreaker Abstracts! Early Bird Fees through March 17, 2019! CGNA2019 Older Persons Climbing Mountains: Journeys & Transitions May 2-4, 2019 | Calgary, Alberta, Canada 20th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association https://CGNA2019.ca The Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association and the Alberta Gerontological Nurses Association are excited to announce a …
Registration Now Open! Full Program Available!
Early Bird Fees through March 17, 2019!
Older Persons Climbing Mountains: Journeys & Transitions
May 2-4, 2019 | Calgary, Alberta, Canada
The CGNA Conference is fast approaching! Registration will be opening in January 2019. Bookmark http://cgna2019.ca/ so you don’t miss out!
The CGNA Conference 2019 Call for Abstracts is now closed. We received a tremendous response, and thank everyone for submitting!
The deadline for registering for our AGM and Conference/Education Day is April 13th! The quickest and simplest way to register is online…
This from The Medicine Hat News is worth a read: http://medicinehatnews.com/news/local-news/2017/11/02/local-resident-wants-to-see-stigmas-of-dementia-removed/
The National Initiative in the Care of the Elderly (NICE), at the University of Calgary, is looking for research volunteers! Are You a Practitioner Working with Older Adults? Are you interested in helping us identify how print or computer based information may help us learn about elder abuse and neglect?