Deadline: February 29, 2024 at 4:00 ET
The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) is now accepting abstract submissions for the Canadian Critical Care Nursing Conference 2024, the premier Canadian national critical care nursing conference to be held at the
- Delta Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan from
- September 23 to 25, 2024.
Is this the year you either get certified or are due to renew your certification in Critical Care Nursing?
You don’t need to be certified to be a CACCN member, but joining CACCN can offer you some resources to support you in getting certified. This includes both study resources and financial support. Getting ready:
Visit the CNA Certification web pages. Here you can learn more about the benefits of certification, how to apply, what the exam will be like, how you can maintain your certifiction going forward. They can also point you to additional resources to help you prepare.
Pay close attention to the Exam Competencies and Blueprints, as well as the bibliography. The competencies and blueprint will outline what the exam will test for and the bibliography will offer some recommended study textbooks to prepare from.
CACCN offers both study resources as well as financial support in the form of a bursary. BC chapter members can also benefit from an additional bursary. Email email@example.com to learn more.
Explore the Canadian Journal of Critical Care Nurses, now open source. Discover how Canadian critical care nurses are advancing nursing science. Don’t miss out on this valuable resource for insights and innovation in healthcare.
Want to Speak for Us?
We are Planning our next event and are looking for speakers. Are you a critical care nurse? Do you have a great idea, or are working on a project? Do you want to share your story with other critical care nurses? Let us know!
British Columbia CHapter
Set between the province of Alberta and the Pacific Ocean, British Columbia is Canada’s most westerly province. BC entered the confederation in 1871, Victoria is our capital city and we have a population of approximately 4 million people. There is a rich first nation’s art and history to discover. Vancouver, although not our capital is a multicultural, cosmopolitan city with something for everyone.
President & CCBC Rep – Sybil Hoiss (until April 2024)
Critical Care BC – Lead for Clinical Initiatives and Innovation – PHSA
VCH Rep – Allana LeBlanc (until April 2024)
CNS Vancouver General Hospital ICU & HAU – Vancouver Coastal Health
FHA Rep – Sharon Hickin (until April 2024)
CNS Fraser Health Critical Care Network – Fraser Health Authority
PHC Rep & Website – Vini Bains (Until April 2024)
CNS Critical Care – Providence Health Care
Members at Large –
Simmie Kalan, Director, Clinical Education – PHSA
CACCN is a national association of nurses dedicated to the advancement and innovation of clinical practice, research, and leadership in critical care.