CAHN Membership for 2020
CAHN membership renewal reminders for 2020 will be emailed on October 24th. Please renew before January 15th to avoid having your membership lapse. We have big plans for 2020; encourage your colleagues to join so they don’t miss out!
Membership must be active before February 23rd to qualify for travel reimbursement to the Canadian Liver Meeting. Contact email@example.com for assistance.
Canadian Liver Meeting
You are invited to submit abstracts for poster and/or oral presentation at the Canadian Liver Meeting, hosted by the Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver, the Canadian Association of Hepatology Nurses, and the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C on February 28 – March 1, 2020 at the Le Westin Hotel, Montréal, Quebec. A limited number of abstracts will be selected for oral presentation. For more information visit https://www.canadianlivermeeting.ca/abstracts
CAHN 2020 AGM
Mar 1, 2020, in Montreal at Le Westin Montreal during the Canadian Liver Meeting.
Attendance at CAHN’s AGM is required to receive member travel reimbursements to the 2020 CLM (see the Conference Travel Policy for more details) but it’s also fun! Network with nurses from across the country, learn what CAHN is doing to enhance education for hepatology nurses, and celebrate the contributions of your well-deserving colleagues.
A highlight of every AGM is the awards and recognition ceremony. Please take some time to nominate a nurse you know.
Call for Nominations
Nominate yourself or a nurse you know to sit on CAHN’s Board of Directors (3 seats). Nominees will be elected by majority membership vote at the 2020 AGM. A meeting will be held after the AGM to onboard the new team.
CAHN is also taking nominations for Vice President, Conference Co-Chair, and Membership Chair to be appointed at the March BOD teleconference meeting. Each position is a two-year term.
CAHN at INHSU
On September 11th in Montreal 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. Click here for photos and Dr. Dillon’s presentation slides.
On October 4th in Vancouver CAHN presented 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. Click here to see photos.
Viral Hepatitis & Gay Men’s Health
A Conference for Service Providers + Community Members – Viral Hepatitis & Gay Men’s Health in London, Ontario at the BMO centre on Oct 28th. Registration is free, and lunch will be provided. Register at http://hivaidsconnection.ca/VHGMH
BC’s Hepatitis C Care Clinics Database Survey
What is the purpose of the database? The purpose is to improve linkage with care for people in BC affected by hepatitis C to make BC HepC-Free! The database will help to refer physicians and members of the public to locate hepatitis C treatment providers who can meet specific client needs. Clinics can indicate if they are accepting new clients and if they allow self-referral. Click here to participate.