|2020 Canadian Liver Meeting
The Canadian Liver Meeting, held in Montreal Feb 27-Mar 1, 2020, is a unique collaborative meeting of the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver (CASL), the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C (CanHepC) and the Canadian Association of Hepatology Nurses (CAHN). It provides an incredible opportunity for our colleagues to share what is happening in the field of liver health through various liver focused organizations.
|Nurse Leaders 2019
Presenting the ABCs of Liver Disease; Dr. Aldo Montana-Loza illuminated Alcohol-Related Liver Disease with respectful treatment. Dr. Ed Tam brought tasty treats for us to enjoy while we contemplated treatment in Hepatitis B infected patients. We then welcomed our multi-disciplinary panel to share challenges and successes with treating our hard-to-reach Hepatitis C patients.
|CAHN at INHSU 2019
CAHN proudly hosted the first-ever nurse program at INHSU. Members, as well as nurses from across the globe, were invited to learn from international speaker, Dr. John Dillon as he shared the path to Killing a killer disease, HCV elimination in action
|2019 Canadian Liver Meeting – Montreal
A partnership event with CAHN, CASL & CanHepC. CAHN sessions highlighted nursing approaches across Canada to bring HCV testing, linkage, and treatment. And a lively debate between Ed Tam and David Wong – full of good science, whit, and humour!
|2018 BC Nurse Leaders – Vancouver
Planned in conjunction with Dr. Alnoor Ramji’s Liver Forum. Featuring Dr. Giada Sebastiani’s The Pitfalls of Non-invasive Fibrosis Markers at CAHN’s nurse only networking dinner.
|2018 Special Liver Nurse Summit – Toronto|
|2018 Canadian Liver Meeting – Toronto
A partnership event with CAHN, CASL & CanHepC. 2018 was the 1st ever CLM.
|2017 BC Nurse Leaders – Vancouver
Planned in conjunction with Dr. Alnoor Ramji’s Liver Forum.
|2017 Canadian Digestive Disease Week – Banff
An integrated program with CASL. CAHN became an Affiliate Member at CDDW to bring members to Banff.