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 The 4th National Community Health Nurses of Canada conference is June 16-18 2010 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto.

This conference brings together nurses interested in Community Health Nursing from practice, research, administration, policy and education to provide a forum to explore issues of mutual concern as well as exchange knowledge, share evidence and ideas and generate solutions. It's never been so important to incorporate knowledge to action, by engaging nurses with others in knowledge exchange, enabling evidence informed practice, and inspiring excellence.

Opening Keynote: Dr. David Butler-Jones, Chief Public Health Officer, Public Health Agency of Canada
 
Panel Discussion: “Multiple Perspectives on Knowledge to Action” featuring:
Fred Monpetit, Chief Nursing Officer, Nunavut
Dr. Nancy Edwards, Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Population and Public Health
Leila Gillis, Director, Prevention & Promotion Programs and Nursing Leadership Health Canada
Tina Hurlock-Chorostecki, RNAO NPAO past president
 
“In My Shoes” a play about the the impact of poverty on people and health written and directed by Jennifer Verquin, Soup Kitchen Community Centre
 
Closing Keynote: Cathy Crowe, Street Nurse
 
More than 70 Speakers, 6 Networking Cafes, 40 Roundtable Discussion Topics and 20 Poster Presentations
 
Community Health Exhibits
 
It has never been so important to incorporate Knowledge to Action, by engaging nurses with others in knowledge exchange, enabling evidence
informed practice, and inspiring excellence



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