Liver Nurse News - August 2023
2023 CAHNference Registration
September 29-30 In Toronto
CAHNference 2023 is September 29 & 30 in Toronto, Ontario.
We have an exciting program planned with a focus on indigenous health, marginalized populations, planetary health, cirrhosis care, and fatty liver. Expert speakers are being confirmed nationally and internationally to bring you a multi-disciplinary perspective as well as in-depth relevancy for your nursing practice on the topics you have asked for. We dive into difficult conversations with a pragmatic approach. Expert talks, panel discussions, and RN-led models provoke new ideas that help shape nursing best practices for a better future.
!!!CAHN Members!!! Get your discount code from [email protected]
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***Remember to BOOK YOUR HOTEL BY AUG 29***
This year, for the second year in a row, CAHN is collaborating with the International Network on Health and Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU) to hold CAHNference 2023 adjacent to INHSU’s Intervention Implementation Symposia.
Click below to view the preliminary agenda or to learn more!
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the Joint 2024 Canadian Digestive Diseases Week™ and Canadian Liver Meeting Conference, taking place March 1-3, 2024 in Toronto, Ontario.
As was last year, the Conference will be another joint effort between the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology and the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver, as well as their affiliates the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C, Canadian NASH Network, and Canadian Association of Hepatology Nurses. Attendees will have full access to two distinct conferences – CDDW™ and CLM – as well as exceptional Symposia and programming such as the Gastroenterology Resident in Training Course and Research Topics program at the same time and under a single roof. We’re also so excited about the numerous opportunities for delegates from across the GI and hepatology communities to come together for shared networking and social events as part of the collaborative Conference.
Congratulations International Presentation Grant Applicants!
Congratulations to Kate Dunn, Kate Newcombe, and Liza Abraham who are presenting at INHSU 2023. They have been awarded CAHN’s International Presentation Travel Grant to help get them to Geneva, representing CAHN on the international stage and highlighting the important work of nurses in Canada.
Their INHSU learnings are to be shared with you so watch for more details on this in upcoming newsletters.
September 29-October 1 in Calgary
“On behalf of the Canadian Hepatitis B Network (CanHepB) and the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver (CASL), we are pleased to invite you to join us at the Inaugural Progress toward Hepatitis B Elimination Meeting in Canada, September 29th-October 1st 2023.”
October 17-20, 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland + virtual on-demand
INHSU 2023 will bring together over 800+ people who use drugs, people living with viral hepatitis, advocates, health care providers, program managers, harm reduction experts, researchers, and policymakers. It will feature sessions on hepatitis C and other infectious diseases, harm reduction, and drug policy, with tracks on epidemiology and public health research, clinical research, social science and policy research, and good practice models of care for people who use drugs. Alongside in-person registrations, there will also be virtual on-demand tickets available
November 2-3, 2023 in Toronto
This annual meeting delivers updates in best practices for liver disease and provides commentary for ongoing research efforts on an array of liver-related topics. As a leader in Ontario’s education on Hepatology, the presentations on these topics have significant impact on the future of practice of Clinical Hepatology. Hepatology Update 2023 will be a two-day in person event.
November 8, 2023 in Boston, United States
The International Workshop on HBV Cure 2023
Since 2014, the International Workshop on HBV Cure has been a scientific platform acting as a catalyst to accelerate the progress for achieving a cure. Around the globe, more than 250 million people live with hepatitis B (HBV). The purpose of the workshop is to inform the participants about the developments in the work to find a cure for HBV. The meeting will be highly interactive with input from experts out of the arena of basic, translational, and clinical HBV research.
May 3-4, 2024 in Barcelona Spain + Virtual
The Innovations in NAFLD Care (INCBCN) Workshop 2024 will take place as a hybrid workshop in Barcelona, Spain. Delegates will be able to attend either in person in Barcelona or virtually from their computer. This workshop provides a platform to bring together the relevant stakeholders and patients to optimize NAFLD care.
Hiring: Knowledge Specialist, Hepatitis C
CATIE is currently looking to fill the following position: Knowledge Specialist, Hepatitis C
Primary Role: The Knowledge Specialist, Hepatitis C will act as the primary resource within CATIE for current biomedical hepatitis C information. This will include reviewing and analyzing research; leading the development of hepatitis C knowledge products for service providers and clients; synthesizing evidence into CATIE’s core knowledge exchange vehicles; and, supporting the uptake of hepatitis C knowledge across the organization and with external stakeholders. This full-time position is supervised by the Manager, Hepatitis C Knowledge Mobilization. The location of this position is flexible, and can be full-time remote or a combination of full-time remote and at the CATIE office in Toronto.