CALGARY, AL, April 18 /CNW Telbec/ - The Canadian Nurses Association is
looking to the future as Canada's health system changes. Michael Villeneuve,
co-author of Toward 2020: Visions for Nursing study, will discuss future
trends, technological advancements and nurse-led changes which are changing
the way Canadians think of health care and how nurses deliver health services.
What: E-Presentation on the Toward 2020: New Direction for
When: Friday, April 20, 2007 at 11:00 a.m.
Who: Michael Villeneuve, Co-author, Toward 2020: Visions for
Scholar in Residence, Canadian Nurses Association
Where: Calgary Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre
RSVP: Teresa Bateman, cell: 780-886-4317
Other notes: This lecture is brought to you by the
2007 College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta Spring
Media representatives are invited to attend the presentation during which
Mr. Villeneuve will deliver study highlights. Interview opportunities with
Mr. Villeneuve are available by phone and may be coordinated through Aurélie
Walsh (contact information below).
Toward 2020: Visions for Nursing was funded by Health Canada through the
Office of Nursing Policy and prepared by the Canadian Nurses Association.
CNA is the professional voice of registered nurses in Canada. It is a
federation of 11 provincial and territorial professional associations and
regulatory authorities for registered nurses. CNA believes that the
sustainability of a publicly funded, publicly administered, not-for-profit
health system rests upon a vibrant nursing workforce.
For further information:
For further information: Or interview requests: Aurélie Walsh, Blueprint
Public Relations, (613) 237-7400 ext. 23, Cell: (613) 797-4259,
firstname.lastname@example.org; Linda Stange, Executive Director/Registrar, College of
LPNs of Alberta, (780) 484-8886