The NMCN is dedicated to ensuring our Northern partners are aware of upcoming educational opportunities, events, and information. Check our events calendar regularly or join our mailing list.
Live and recorded educational webinars in relation to the current pediatric surge. Connected Care offers a library of self-directed education and practice resources and access to recorded webinars. This is an excellent resource and SickKids is encouraging community hospitals to share this education.
Ontario Health (OH) is pleased to launch an Immediate Response Emergency Departments (ED) Nurse Education Program to support small, rural, and remote EDs during summer and fall of 2023 by providing nurses with immediate access to ED nursing education. This program is being offered to nurses who may be full-time, part-time, or casual hospital RNs and RPNs, as well as agency nurses who work regularly with your organization. The course calendar will be continuously updated as new courses become available.
OH will continue to add new courses to the course calendar so stay tuned for updates; and, if you have any resources to provide training please email EmergencyServices@ontariohealth.ca.
For courses with high demand, confirmation of registration will be prioritized for nurses from sites with the highest need for ED education, with training opportunities spread equitably among these sites (e.g., small, rural, and remote EDs that do not have regular access to an ED Nurse Educator). Additionally, to supplement these courses, ED Nurse Educators have compiled a list of self-learning materials that can be shared with all your ED nurses to gain additional knowledge on clinical topics, accessible here: https://ontariohealth.arlo.co/w/support/.
This education is developed by the Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre. The Continued Medical Education committee comprises of paediatric staff specialists, academic paediatricians, family physicians, nurse educators, and community paediatricians (regional partners). As part of the Paediatrics Continuing Medical Education, they offer the Pediatric Regional Outpatient Program (PROP) which includes Case-Based Lecture Series. To participate individuals must sign up free of charge, and create an individual login. They are also able to facilitate simulation and point of care workshops as arranged via your departmental leads.
Website used by many tertiary centers. Best known for their DKA algorithm. Has many pertinent pediatric ‘bottom line recommendation’ references on common pediatric illnesses, other up to date algorithms on pertinent pediatric illnesses. There is also a phone app for quick reference.
Children’s Healthcare Canada is thrilled to be hosting our annual conference from December 3-5, 2023, at the beautiful Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver! For those unable to meet in Vancouver, a real time virtual option will also be available.
This event is being closely planned with our local co-host, the BC Children's Hospital. Our conference focus will be on right-sizing children's health systems for the future with a theme of Flip the Script: High Performing Health Systems for Kids!
Children's Healthcare Canada's SPARK: Live webinars is a bi-weekly learning series.
SPARK: Live provides you access to:
Sign up for our SPARK Newsletter.
Check our SPARK Learning Calendar.
The Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health (PCMCH) is hosting a webinar for all professionals involved in prenatal care, labour and delivery, and postpartum care. The webinar aims to enhance the quality of care for pregnant individuals living with physical disabilities. The session will focus on understanding systemic barriers within healthcare, identifying care needs for pregnant individuals and families living with physical disabilities, and identifying key approaches in care that can be adapted to one’s own practice to improve the quality of care for childbearing individuals living with physical disabilities.
Diana Drake: Bachelor of Physical Education, Bachelor of Education, Devoted new Mom, Advocate for the Disability Community
Dr. Anne Berndl: Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist, Director of the Accessible Care Pregnancy Clinic, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Elizabeth Jung: Advanced Practice Nurse, Accessible Care Pregnancy Clinic, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
The Northern Maternal Child Network (NMCN), in collaboration with BORN Ontario, will be presenting visual representations from specific maternal, infant, and midwifery indicators from the BORN Ontario reports. Also included in this presentation are visualizations on distance travelled for obstetrical care in the North.
PRACTISS is a completely free, open-access learning platform looking to make simulation and case-based education accessible to all.