Dear AGNA members and nursing students, Join us for an exciting in-person educational event! The Calgary chapter of AGNA presents a dynamic educational session that you won’t want to miss. This session will provide valuable insights and knowledge on dementia and its care. Whether you’re a seasoned nurse or a student, this event offers a […]
Calgary chapter of AGNA offers support to our members LPNs/PRNs and RNs to prepare for writing the CNA Gerontological Nursing Certification exam. This is a volunteer-led initiative of facilitators and mentors. Please review the information in the poster and share it with others. If you are not already a Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association (CGNA) member,
AGNA Calgary chapter invites members to a virtual education session on December 6th, 2023. Martha Neguse and Carol Truong present “A Dementia Friendly Environment Quality Improvement Project” As the number of Canadians with dementia increases, more care homes incorporate dementia-friendly concepts into their architecture and program designs. Martha and Carol share how they are transforming
Please join our November education session on Zoom! Julie Burns presents “An Overview of Arts-Based Health Interventions for Seniors Living with Dementia.” Who is Julie? Julie is a nurse educator at the University of Calgary and the Alzheimer Society of Calgary in a program developed to bring nursing students together with people living with dementia.
Edmonton Chapter of AGNA invites you to join in to find out more about the AHS’ Behavioural Safety Program on November 3, 2023 between 1700-1800hrs. See the attached poster above on how to register and receive your link to the presentation.
This year’s Education Day took place in Red Deer, AB at the Holiday Inn Hotel, with our theme of “Looking Back, Looking Forward: Powered by Self-care”. We gathered for the first time in-person since the COVID pandemic to connect, refresh, and rejuvenate our passion for gerontological nursing. Although it’s our 42nd year, we also took
Hello AGNA members, CNA certification is a great way to demonstrate your continuing competence in gerontological nursing. Today, we have more than 13,000 nurses who are CNA-certified. Do you have yours? Are you planning to take the exam this fall? For many years, the Calgary Chapter has offered study groups and mentorship for each exam
Hello, AGNA members from Calgary! We are calling for nominations for various chapter executive positions and trainees: These volunteer positions offer great opportunities for advancing your leadership, communication, teamwork skills, and networking with other nurse colleagues beyond your practice areas – long-term, community, acute, academic, and other nursing and community organizations! The Calgary chapter thrives