The Rural Nurses Network of Leeds Grenville Lanark was established to increase the professional development opportunities among rural community health nurses from a variety of practice settings in the Tri-County area. This page will be updated as new opportunities arise. If you have suggestions of resources post, please contact Lucia Taggart.
The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit is working towards becoming BPSO designated, click on the logo above to find out more information.
Trauma Informed Care Workshop - Friday, January 29, 2016
Trauma-informed services take into account an understanding of trauma in all aspects of service delivery and place priority on the individual’s safety, choice, and control, avoiding re-traumatization or minimizing the individual’s experiences of trauma.
Full house for Dr. Lori Haskell
3rd Rural Nurses Network Workshop June 5, 2015
Presentations from the Day
Brief Counselling Techniques for Tobacco Use Cessation
Below are the resources presented on March 26th by PTCC. Feel free to download and share with your colleagues.
Respectful Care and Support for LGBTQ Clients and Colleagues
The International Affairs and Best Practice Guidelines Centre is pleased to partner with members of the Rainbow Nursing Interest Group to provide an informative webinar series on Respectful Care and Support for LGBTQ Clients and Colleagues. This series will consist of 4 interrelated webinars - each session will build and expand on the content contained in the previous sessions. The webinars will be archived following each session.
Trans Tool Kit by the Canadian AIDS Society
- A new tool kit by the Canadian AIDS Society to be more inclusive of trans clients, staff and volunteers.