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"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.
The deadline to apply for an award is Nov 1, 2013. The guidelines and application form are attached below.
Our fall 2013 newsletter is here! Click on the newsletter tab at the top of the page to download it
What is social media and how does it work? Who’s using it in healthcare and what are the
implications? What guidelines exist for its use by health professionals and organizations? How can you create a thriving online health community?
All these questions and more will be answered at the Social Media in Health Symposium presented by Mohawk College, Clinical Connect and the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN. Attend this informative and interactive session delivered by renowned speakers and see for yourself how this powerful technology can be appropriately put into practice.
This is a free event inviting health-care providers, educators, policy makers, leaders and community members, “for the purpose of discussing and developing coordinated, effective, and sustainable health care for Government Assisted Refugees and applicants for Refugee Status.”
Attached you will find the flyer and agenda for the event.
As nursing educators and health care professionals, we need to take care of ourselves if we are to take care of others. That is not always so easy to do. Viola Fodor will help you explore the basics of true self-care and how you can find the time in your life to nurture your self—body, mind, and spirit. Emphasis will be on honest self-examination, quieting the mind, and nurturing the inner self.
Free one day workshop- see attached poster for details!
ADFW Provincial PC Candidate Donna Skelly invites you to participate in a Town Hall Meeting on Health & Longterm Care at 7pm on April 24 at St Joseph's Villa (56 Governor's Rd, Dundas). See attached poster for further details.