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CNSA National Conference 2019

CNSA National Conference 2019

Find the 2019 CNSA National Conference manuals below: CNSAEng TEXT 2019 Proof (1) CNSA FR TEXT 2019 Proof (1) #CNSA2019YYC – Visit our website at https://cnsanc.wixsite.com/cnsa2019yyc for more information regarding conference schedule,[...]

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2019 CNSA Elections

2019 CNSA Elections

CNSA 2019 Elections – Nomination Quick Guide Below you will find important election information about the 2019 elections for the incoming board of directors.   Pre-Election: In the event that potential candidates are unable to attend[...]

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CNSA Diversity Conference 2019

CNSA Diversity Conference 2019

Find your tickets here! ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We acknowledge that this event is on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. We are grateful to the Musqueam people for the privilege of hosting the 2018 Diversity Conference[...]

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“How to Conference” Video Guide

“How to Conference” Video Guide

Curious as to how other attendees dress sharp and professional for CNSA conferences? Want to prepare more to participate in National Assembly? Check out what we put together and watch this video! See what is included in the smart casual dress[...]

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The Canadian Nursing Students' Association (CNSA) is the national voice of Canadian nursing students. Our goal is to increase the legal, ethical, professional, and educational aspects which are an integral part of nursing. CNSA is actively dedicated to the positive promotion of nurses and the nursing profession as a whole.

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Allez regarder ce projet de recherche présenté par le délégué officiel(DO) de l’Université de la Fraser Valley concernant le niveau de confort et les connaissances des étudiant(e)s infirmier(ère)s en prenant soin des clients LGBTQ2S+. Comment pourrait-on améliorer nos curriculums afin de mieux préparer les étudiant(e)s infirmier(ère)s pour prendre soin de ce population? Le sondage se trouve ici:https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/HK7TRGD #AEIC #diversité #LGBTQ2S

"Je m’appelle Shelby Kennedy et je suis une étudiante de troisième année chez l’Université de la Fraser Valley. Ce semestre je prends un cours électif qui inclut créer un projet de recherche. J’ai choisi d’explorer les connaissances et niveaux de confort des étudiants infirmiers en prenant soin des clients transgenre, basée sur le curriculum courant de leurs programmes. On va voir si ce curriculum peut être amélioré. Je cherche des étudiants qui sont maintenant enregistrés à des programmes de soins infirmier qui font partie de l’AEIC. Je veux qu’ils remplissent le formulaire en ligne qui se trouve ci-dessus. Le sondage sera ouvert jusqu’au 14 mars. J’apprécie si les étudiants le partagent avec les étudiants chez leurs écoles. Je suis enthousiaste de recevoir les résultats et de les partager avec tout le monde, je veux aussi réaliser les changements. Si vous avez des questions, me contactez à shelby.kennedy@student.ufv.ca"
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Have a look at this research study from our University of the Fraser Valley Official Delegate about nursing students’ comfort and knowledge in caring for LGBTQ2S+ clients! How can we improve our curriculums to adequately prepare nursing students to care for this population? The survey can be found at www.surveymonkey.ca/r/HK7TRGD #CNSA #studentleadership #studentresearch #diversity #LGBTQ2S

“My name is Shelby Kennedy and I am a third year nursing student at the University of the Fraser Valley. This semester I am taking a directed studies elective course through my nursing program, which involves creating a student research project. I chose to explore the knowledge and comfort levels of nursing students when caring for transgender patients, based on the nursing education they are provided with. This will look at whether nursing curriculum can be improved when it comes to LGBTQ2S+ health care. I am looking for current nursing students, who are attending a chapter school of the CNSA, to participate by filling out the online survey found here: www.surveymonkey.ca/r/HK7TRGD The survey will be open until March 14th (this deadline has been extended!). I would also appreciate if students could share this information with their cohort at school. I am looking forward to the results of this research and can’t wait to share with everyone, and hopefully implement some changes based on these findings. If anyone would like to know more about this project, feel free to contact me at shelby.kennedy@student.ufv.ca.”
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Salut et merci pour votre intérêt dans les comités de l’AEIC!

Un courriel a été récemment envoyé à chaque membre de chaque liste de comité. Si vous ne l’avez pas reçu (titre: “You have signed up for the CNSA _ Committee”), soit vous n’êtes pas sur la liste, soit c’est dans votre dossier spam.

(Si vous avez enregistré au Congrès national et vous n’avez pas reçu un courriel, on est désolé. Les erreurs sont parfois inévitables lorsqu’on transcrit des addresses écrits par main.)

Si vous voulez joindre un comité (ou plusieurs!), contactez les présidentes des comités qui vous intéressent leur demandant d’être mise sur leur liste de communications:

Comité de la santé mondiale: global@cnsa.ca
Comité du soutien pour la santé autochtone: indigenoushealth@cnsa.ca
Comité de la santé publique et communautaire: community@cnsa.ca
Comité du développement des carrières et du leadership: membership@cnsa.ca
Comité de la diversité: diversity@cnsa.ca
Comité de la recherche et de l’éducation: research@cnsa.ca
Comité du bilinguisme et de la traduction: translation@cnsa.ca

Merci pour votre intérêt! #AEIC
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Hi to all interested in joining CNSA committees!

An email has been sent out to members of each committee. If you haven’t received one (titled “You have signed up for the CNSA _ Committee”), either you are not on the list or it’s in your spam folder.

(Sincere apologies if you signed up at National Conference and you did not receive an email. We did our best but there is some margin of error with transcribing handwritten email addresses.)

If you’re interested in joining a committee, send an email to the committee you’re interested in joining letting them know you’d like to be put on the mailing list, as per the emails below:

Global Health: global@cnsa.ca
Indigenous Health Advocacy: indigenoushealth@cnsa.ca
Community and Public Health: community@cnsa.ca
Career and Leadership Development: membership@cnsa.ca
Diversity: diversity@cnsa.ca
Research and Education: research@cnsa.ca
Bilingualism and Translation: translation@cnsa.ca

Thanks for your interest! #CNSA #studentleadership
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