FEBRUARY 2020 PSNM MEETING - UPDATED!
Thursday, February 27, 2020, 8:45am-11am at Intercity Packers
1900 No 6 Road, Richmond, BC
A tour and a meeting/tasting in our board room after the tour. Please have your guests dress warmly and closed toed shoes. We may have you change into our boots during the tour though. I will need about 10 mins to show a slide show presentation about Intercity Packers and to answer any questions from your group. We will have our chef Rob cook up some new health care items for you to try as well.
PS: Parking is limited -only 3 visitor spots. So please consider car-pooling.
Please RSVP Diane Cox @ email@example.com if you plan on attending
PSNM AGM: April 24, 2020
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Retirement Concepts | White Rock Seniors Village
Reporting to facility General Manager, as a member of the facility leadership team the Support Services Manager is accountable for all aspects of the day to day delivery of Food, Housekeeping and Laundry services in accordance with established regulations and corporate standards and expectations.
The Support Services Manager provides oversight, supervision, and constructive direction to assigned staff and acts as a professional role model while representing the Support Services departments.
Denise Ewert, NM | General Manager
Please join us on Friday, March 6th, 2020, for the JIBC annual International Women's Day Celebration. This event will provide a forum for the JIBC community to continue the dialogue around women in public safety and social justice from strategies to support gender parity to celebrating accomplished women in the field. The forum will be interactive with many opportunities for networking and dialogue.
The event will take place at JIBC Theater , 715 McBride Blvd, from 8:30am -3:00pm, and will feature appetizers, entertainment, inspiring speakers, a silent auction and more!
SAVE THE DATE: CSNM Annual Conference : JUNE 17 - 19 - 2020
Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto, Ontario
BC Gerontology Workshop
UPDATE: EVENT CANCELLED
Non-Member Early Bird Registration: $129; Gerontology Network Member Early Bird Registration $129. Friday, April 24, 2020 This year's theme is collaboration and connection.
The JIBC courses and programs are designed to help you communicate more effectively and provide you with new skills and knowledge to enhance your relationships within your workplace and community. Most courses can be taken as part of a certificate or on an individual basis.
JIBC: CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP: Why choose courses from the Centre for Leadership? You can continue your development and growth with upcoming courses. Take individual courses at your own pace, or sign up for one of their certificate programs:
In this course, you will have the opportunity to evaluate and develop your capabilities and confidence to engage with and lead a team. You will explore how to create the relationships, conditions and culture necessary to facilitate individual and team performance and support commitment, creativity and innovation. You will apply ways to support and lead others through change and conflict. You will learn how to create cohesion, invite and encourage meaningful communication and collaboration, engage in difficult conversations, and leverage diversity. By the end of this course, you will have developed competencies to increase engagement and accountability with your team and in your organization. Prerequisites: LEAD-1100
Analyze a variety of consultation and engagement approaches and their efficacy in various contexts, including on line engagement methods and strategies for involving hard-to-reach populations. The practical nature of the course, supported by explorations of theory, makes this course suitable for anyone responsible for, or interested in, facilitating or designing multi-stakeholder consultation processes in government, corporate or community settings.
Ready to find out more?
The Provincial Infection Control Network's webinars and teleclasses schedules, as well as many archived sessions are available! Information follows on both the upcoming sessions and archived webinars. Check PICNet here for education opportunities.
CONFERENCE LINE: 1-877-385-4099 PASS CODE: 7188720#
Download past slide presentations here:
- Bruce Gamage: Getting the (Red) Dirt Out: A Review of BC's Environmental Cleaning Guidelines
- Guanghong Han: The impact of vancomycin-resistant enterococi (VRE) policy and practice change in British Columbia
- Helen Evans (on behalf of the BC Hand Hygiene Communications Group): Many Hands Make Light Work: A Year of Hand Hygiene Campaigns
The Sharing the Vision Webinar Series features 30-minute interactive webinars designed to share new ideas and information to inspire and challenge us as we work together to share the vision and change the culture of aging.
Free with advanced registration
WorkSafe BC on 2019 Preliminary Rates
Get an overview of the injury rate trends for your sector and see how you can use WorkSafeBC's Employer Health and Safety Planning Toolkit to view your own organization's safety trends and how to reduce injury rates.
INFOGRAPHIC DOWNLOADS AVAILABLE
SafeCare BC Workshops
Provincial Violence Prevention Curriculum
Connections: Working with People with Dementia (In partnership with Alzheimer Society of BC)
Occupational Health & Safety Committee Part I
If you have any questions or you require assistance with registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Programs and Events Coordinator for SafeCare BC, Marjahn O'Connor, at 604.630.5572 ext. 242.
Did You Miss SafeCare BC Mental Health Webinars? Not to worry. Recordings are available on their website.
Check this link: Watch 3-part Mental Health Webinar Series
Did you know that SafeCare BC provides professional development for continuing care workers in BC? Here are a few of their upcoming workshops over the summer:
Creating Connections: Working with People with Dementia
LPN Leadership Training
Safe Client Handling
Occupational Health & Safety Committee
Provincial Violence Prevention Curriculum
Health and Safety Program Audit
International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative
The implementation for the IDDSI is coming - are you ready? The IDDSI committee has responded to requests from the international community by leading the roll-out and implementation of the IDDSI Framework. This global initiative will improve the lives of over 590 million people living with dysphagia.
Did you know that FOODSAFE Level 1 certificates expire?
The FOODSAFE Level 1 Refresher is an inexpensive and convenient way to renew your certification since all Level 1 certificates issued in BC are valid for 5 years. Therefore, certificates issued prior to July 29, 2013 will expire this coming July 29, 2018!
You can take the Level 1 Refresher online. FOOD SAFE Level 1 Refresher takes 1-3 hours and must be completed within 10 days (including weekends) from the start date of the course, including your final examination.
The fee is $45. Register through Open School BC.
Starting in August!
The UFV's Culinary Arts Program trains aspiring cooks to work in all styles of kitchens from small family-style restaurants to large multinational hotels and health care institutions. The program is 39 weeks from August until May. When graduated, you'll be a second year apprentice having completed your PC 1 and be front loaded with the written and practical exams for PC 2.
A Foodie Highlight Featuring the Best of Granville Island!
Weave expertly through the busy Public Market, skipping the line at the best food shops and artisans to taste over 20 signature Canadian food cultures.
Tours are 2 hours, 10:30am - 12:30pm, running daily in the summer, and Thursdays-Sundays between September 19 and May 20. All food and drink tastings are included!
Stay up to date with food and beverage trade shows in Canada!
From Retailers to Manufacturers and Suppliers, there is always a conference or trade show happening somewhere!
Our annual education day will be held on Friday, October 27th at the Power to Change in Langley. This is an excellent event and an opportunity to earn your extra CE points. The day will start at 0730 for breakfast and continue until 3:30pm.
Featured Speakers: Terri Dowton from the Employers' Advisers Office and Daniel Fontane from the BC Care Providers Association
Certificates will be handed out to go towards your OH & S Learning, the Fraser Health Licensing Dietician discussing menu planning and the Residential Care Regulations of BC.
The Annual CSNM Conference was held in Ottawa, June 14-16 and members of the Pacific Society of Nutrition Management is there to celebrate with Peers and mark Canada's 150th!
PSNM Annual General Meeting - April 28, 2017
Join your colleagues and industry leaders at the upcoming PSNM AGM on April 28th in Langley. Earn CE points to attend! Featured Guest Speakers, Lunch Vendors' Showcase, news and updates.
The AGM Day Outline:
07:30 – 0825: Breakfast Hosted by Willie Woo from Nestles
Menu: Eggs Benny Bar for Breakfast with choice of Back Bacon, Smoked Salmon, Veggies and Fresh Fruit Salad, New Sunsational Express line of juices, Coffee/Tea and Specialty Hot Drinks
08:30 – 10:00 PSNM AGM
10:00 – 11:00 Fraser Health Licensing Dietician Suvarna Rao
11:00 – 12:15 BC Care Providers Association CEO Daniel Fontaine
12:15 – 1:15 Lunch Vendor Showcase Hosted by Willie Woo from Nestles
MENU: Lobster Ravioli, Braised Beef Ravioli, Portobello & Spinach Ravioli & a variety of sauces
Firehouse Chili with Minors Ancho & Chipotle Flavor Concentrates, Lasagna, Spinach & Artichoke Dip, Baked French Fry & Flavored Gravy Bar, San Pelligrino/Perrier, Nestle and Hagen Daz Ice Cream & Chocolate
1:15 – 1:30: Coffee Break
1:30 – 3:30: The Employers Advisors Office Terry Dowton
CE Points Earned from our AGM
- Competency #6 Human Resources
- Competency #4 Clinical Nutrition
- Competency #7 Finance
- Competency #1 Professionalism
- Competency #3 Nutrition & Healthy Living