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CNA Webinar May 27

Reduce medication errors in the community

Co-presented by Dr. Christina Godfrey and Dr. Kim Sears, Queen's Joanna Briggs Collaboration, School of Nursing, Queen's University.

The community environment presents a unique potential for medication errors. Learn about factors that contribute to these errors for both adults and children as well as strategies to reduce them. Learn about findings from a systematic literature review that can support you in your practice.

QJBC Workshop at CADTH Symposium April 2014

QJBC workshop at the 2014 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) Symposium

April 6-8, 2014; Hilton Lac-Leamy, Gatineau, Quebec

April 6, 2014 Workshop PM-2: a half day session with Amanda Ross-White, Library Specialist; Dr. Margaret Harrison, Director ; and Dr. Christina Godfrey, Deputy Director of the Joanna Briggs Collaboration, Queen’s University

STOP! Clean Your Hands Day, May 5, 2014

STOP! Clean Your Hands Day, May 5, 2014.

A Canadian Patient Safety Institute program, this national event coincides with a global initiative of the World Health Organization, “Save Lives: Clean Your Hands.”

By registering, you will receive a free electronic package of materials to assist you in promoting optimal hand hygiene practices in your organization. You can also order additional hand hygiene and patient safety supplies through CPSI’s online store.

International Award

International Award 

QJBC Director, Dr. Margaret Harrison was recently notified that a paper she authored with Dr. Ian Graham was selected as best article for the International Award for Best of Worldviews in Evidence-based Nursing (2013) 

Harrison, M.B., & Graham, I.D (2012). Roadmap for a Research-Practice Partnership to Implement Evidence. Worldviews in Evidence Based Nursing, 9(4):210-22.

Join CNA Webinar Feb 27, 2014

Participate in this Canadian Nurse Association Webinar

Discuss the basics in pain assessment: A case-based approach

Learn about practical approaches to acute, chronic and cancer pain assessment in adults using evidence-based methods and validated tools. See how taking a comprehensive history, assessing patients’ functional goals, and understanding and using pain assessment are essential for determining an intervention’s effectiveness. A case-based approach will be used to illustrate key concepts.

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