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Nursing: evidence, innovation and the future: 91st Annual Meeting Agenda--Delta Hotel, Fredericton.

Annual Meeting Wednesday, May 30, 2007

0730 Registration

0900-1030 Call to order Introductions Greetings--Department of Health Greetings--Karen Neufeld, CNA president-elect Approval--agenda, rules and privileges Appointment of scrutineers Deadline for resolutions (12 noon) Announcements President's address Annual update to members--Executive Director Auditor's report

1030-1100 Nutrition break Announcement (deadline for resolutions)

1100-1200 Presentation, CNA President-Elect, Karen Neufeld

1200-1330 Lunch break

1330-1430 CNPS--Ann Tapp, professional liability officer,--Trends and Issues Related to Professional Liability

1430-1530 Resolutions committee report Voting on resolutions New business

1530-1600 Nutrition break

1600-1630 Election results Installation of new president Invitation to 2008 annual meeting Adjournment

1800-2100 Cash bar

1900 * Awards banquet * Deadline for purchase of banquet ticket is May 23, 2007

Conference

Thursday, May 31, 2007

0800 Registration

0900-1000 Keynote speaker--Suzanne Gordon, journalist and adjunct professor, McGill University: Changing the Odds for Nurses and Patient Care: What Nurses Can Do to End the Nursing Crisis

1000-1030 Nutrition break

1030-1130 Dr. Deborah White, assistant professor, faculty of nursing, University of Calgary: An Evidence-Informed Approach to Optimizing Nursing Role Enactment

1130-1300 Lunch break

1300-1430 Nursing Innovations in N.B. Jane Duncan, staff educator, Surgical Program, South East Regional Health Authority (Region 1)--Guidelines to Communicating With Physicians Using the SBAR Process

Dawn Torpe, clinical nurse specialist, River Valley Regional Health Authority (Region 3)--Nurses Improving Care to the Elderly in Acute Care

Suzanne Ouellet, professor, school of nursing, Universite de Moncton, Shippagan Campus--Evidence-Informed Nursing Care: Development of a Support Program for Family Caregivers

1430-1500 Nutrition break

1500-1615 Michael Villeneuve, scholar in residence, Canadian Nurses Association and executive director, Academy of Canadian Executive Nurses--Toward 2020: New Directions for Canadian Nursing

1615-1630 Closing remarks and wrap-up
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