The World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses (WFNN), in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN) are proud to present our International Meeting, which will be held in Toronto, Canada, October 19th-20th, 2018. **The Venue:** Toronto, Canada Toronto, Canada is located on the northern shores of Lake Ontario. As the most populous city in Canada, Toronto is the cultural and tourist hub of the nation. The BMO Conference Center is centrally located within walking distance to major local hotels and easily accessible via public transportation from their International Airport. **Our Hosts** The Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses (CANN) was established to set standards of practice and promote continuing professional education and research. Established in 1969, the association promotes lifelong learning by organizing numerous professional meetings, seminars and conferences with the aim of presenting and sharing knowledge about the latest developments in the field of neuroscience.
ENLS is designed to help healthcare professionals improve patient care and outcomes during the critical first hours of the patient’s neurological emergency. ENLS covers a collaborative multi-disciplinary approach that outlines a consistent set of protocols, practical checklists, decision points, and suggested communication to use during patient management. **Topics include:** - Acute Non-Traumatic Weakness - Acute Stroke - Airway Ventilation & Sedation - Coma - Intracerebral Hemorrhage - Ischemic Stroke - Meningitis/Encephalitis - Resuscitation following Cardiac Arrest - Spinal Cord Compression - Status Epilepticus - Subarachnoid Hemorrhage - Traumatic Brain Injury ENLS is designated for a maximum of 15 CME, ACPE, ANCC and CECBEMS credits upon completion of the online course. ENLS Certification is valid for 2 years.
Just like this past year – presentations will be short (15-20 minutes) and focus on neuro-nurse-research. The symposium will cover the research spectrum and include 1. Planned proposals and ideas 2. Works in progress 3. Works in data analysis or manuscript preparation phase 4. Completed research studies We are looking for speakers. Unfortunately, we cannot afford to cover expenses nor provide honoraria. If you or a nurse you know has work – this will be a great venue. We will be sending out a call for poster abstracts (we hope you keep this in mind for students and trainees with research work in neuro). Just as the symposium covers works in progress and completed works, posters will be allowed to include WIPs and Completed studies.
The EANN and BANN welcome abstract submissions on any aspect of neuroscience nursing or related subjects to advance nursing care, management, research or education. In order to plan the programme the abstract will be allocated to one of the followings topic areas: Neurology Neurosurgery Neuro-Rehabilitation Neurocritical care Neuro Paediatrics Neuro-Oncology Neuro radiology Neuro vascular Neuro trauma and emergency care Spinal Education and training Quality improvement projects Abstracts may focus on research or clinical studies, literature review, case studies or practice development.
"Create - Imagine - Inspire - Discover" Please join us for the 13th Quadrennial Congress of the World Federation Neuroscience Nurses to be held in Darwin, Australia. It will prove to be an event to remember in Australia's "*Top End- a place like no other.*" - Abstracts Open: 1st April, 2020 - Abstracts Close: 1st November, 2020 - Authors Notified: 30th November, 2020 - Registration Opens: December, 2020