Chapter Co-Chair: Ruth Schofield - firstname.lastname@example.org
I.T. ENO - Marzena Cran - email@example.com
Policy & Political Action ENO - David Corbett - firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer/Financial Officer - Irene Molenaar - email@example.com
Communications & Public Relations - Nicki Desprey - firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary - Bev Morgan - email@example.com
Membership & Services ENO - Rebecca Cosby - firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Liaison - Carrie Bullard - email@example.com
Student Rep - Jin Hee Lee - firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 3 Board Representative: Aric Rankin email@example.com
The RNAO- Halton Chapter would like to invite you all to attend a dialogue on suicide awareness.
Please join us for:
We All Matter: Let’s Create A Healthy and Safe Community
The Core Learnign Collaborative has 3 great sessions that they are offereing this summer:
1. The Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression Workshop: learn how power operates in our lives and develop effective strategies to stand in solidarity with oppressed people in Hamilton and the world.
2. Navigating the criminal justice system
3. Walk Abouts: visit Good Shepherd services and shelters in the city core
The posters for this events are attached including dates, times and contact information.
Tilda Shalof, RN, BScN, CNCC(C) – Staff Nurse, Medical-Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Toronto General Hospital
"Essential Tips You Need To Know About Being A Patient"
Canadian Club of Halton Peel – Thursday, March 20 – Oakville Conference Centre
Doris Grinspun and Special Project Manager, Tim Lenartowych, will be in Hamilton next Tuesday, January 28th, 2014.
What: ZUMBA Fundraiser For Nurses
When: Saturday February 8th, 2014 @ 5pm
Where: St. Micheal's College School (Bathurst Ave & St.Clair Ave)
Why: In memory of Sonia Varaschin.
"A single mom, widowed, arrived two days ago with five of her six children from a refugee camp ."
Local refugees need a healthy start to their new life in Canada. Help make that happen while growing professionally, developing global health knowledge and becoming part of the Refuge community.
The annual Walk and Rally will take place this year on October the 19th. The theme is "Inequality Hurts Everybody".
The Rally's success over the years is due in large part to the contributions of groups in Hamilton and area that help us help those on the lowest rungs of the economic scale to find their voice and enable them to walk with each other in a show of support for each other.
This gives them a sense of empowerment -- they are not alone.
This year's walk may possibly be the most visually powerful walk we've done yet.