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CANADIAN ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS AND MENTAL HEALTH LAUNCHES 2022 CHAMPIONS OF MENTAL HEALTH CAMPAIGN

The Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (CAMIMH) has opened its online portal for nominations for the 2022 ...
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CMA-CNA COVID-19 Health Care Worker Crisis Summit Part II (EN and FR)

Two years into the pandemic, organizations representing health workers across the country are sounding the alarm that Canada’s health care ...
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Schizophrenia Society of Canada Launches Cannabis and Mental Health, an Online Suite of Digital Resources

Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 22, 2022) - The Schizophrenia Society of Canada is pleased to announce the launch of Cannabis ...
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Stop the bleeding in Canada’s Health Workforce

CNA Board members meet with Members of Parliament during lobby week (February 28 to March 1) to make recommendations on ...
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Did you know that March 19 is Certified Nurses Day?

It’s an international day of recognition celebrating certified nurses’ contribution to the profession. Created by the American Nurses Credentialing Center ...
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CNA applauds federal government for reinstating chief nursing officer for Canada

February 1, 2022 — For several years, the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) has been advocating for the federal government to reinstate ...
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CFMHN Congratulates the Honourable Carolyn Bennett

The Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses (CFMHN) extends sincere congratulations on the historic appointment of the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, ...
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Canadian Interdisciplinary – Palliative Care Competency Framework

Canadians want and need high-quality palliative care One measure of a society’s commitment to its most vulnerable citizens is how ...
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Mental Health Parity

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OPINION: Federal commitment needed to address health-care shortages and burnout

Whoever becomes Canada’s next prime minister after Sept. 20 faces a long road ahead when it comes to the country’s ...
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