Substance Use and Alcohol – Women, Pregnancy and After Birth

Date: June 10, 2014, 1100 to 1200

Speaker: Mary Mueller RN, BScN

Mental Health & Addictions - CNO Practice Standards

Date: April 29, 2014 from 1100 to 1200

Speaker: Angela McNabb, RN, BScN

Objectives:
This webinar is for nurses and other primary care professionals who are working with clients with substance use issues.
The objectives of this webinar are to:
 Increase understanding of accountability from a regulatory perspective
 Understand obligations related consent and confidentiality
 Increase awareness of how the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) can work in partnership with nurses to support excellence in practice

Recovery Informed Engagement: An Open Conversation

This inaugural conference at Waypoint is taking place on May 29, 2014. Additional information can be found in the attached document.

Welcome to the Mental Health Nurses Interest Group (MHNIG) Website

Welcome to the next exciting stage in the evolution of the  Mental Health Nurses Interest Group.

This is the main home of ALL our newsletter, events, members’ voices, and resources. The new website will have the same content as our old site, which has shut down.

We hope you'll enjoy this new, cleaner layout.

The executive team will post items of interest in the ‘News’ section.

We encourage all members to comment on items they find interesting (no sign-in required).

Haneri -A Short Film on Mental Health in the Punjabi Community.

 

'Haneri' is a short Film on Mental Health in the Punjabi Community. It is filmed, directed and starred by local talent. This is a great video for clinicians working with this population to better understand the challenges associated with this group and can be used with client families during psycho-educational sessions. 

 

Please watch the short film by clicking on the link below:

'Haneri' - a Short Film on Mental Health in the Punjabi Community

'Haneri' A Short Film on Mental Health in the Punjabi Community. It is filmed, directed and starred by local talent.

Mental Health Documentary: Lost Boys

Lost Boys is a documentary that focuses on the unique mental health challenges of young men. 

We hear the stories of Brian, Mike, Tallan and Nolan as well as leading experts in the field who discuss the signs and symptoms of mental illness and addiction. 

The term Lost Boys refers to a generation of young men, approximately aged 15-25, who have often turned to gaming, substance use and isolation in response to a variety of cultural factors. 

Watch here:

Full Time RN Position @ Covenant House

As Canada’s largest homeless youth agency, Covenant House Toronto changes lives by providing the widest range of services and support under one roof.  A national leader, we educate and advocate for change to help at-risk, homeless and trafficked youth by influencing public policy and delivering prevention and awareness programs.  More than a place to stay, we serve almost 1,000 youth through our 24/7 crisis shelter and transitional housing on-site and in the community and about 2,000 with our comprehensive services, including education, counselling, health care, employment a

CNS - St Joseph's Health Care (London)

The CNS position at St Joseph's Health Centre (London) has been re-posted. Please see attached role description.

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