National Learning Series
CCCN and its Provincial bodies will be delivering education session through webinars. These sessions will be open to all members of CCCN and will be recorded.
Members who were unable to attend a session in person can access them at their leisure.
Below provides a list of the webinars that are available to members of CCCN. Not a member - JOIN NOW - by clicking here.
|Date Delivered||Webinar Description|
|October 26, 2018||Case Based Review: Therapeutic Management of Heart Failure|
|September 27, 2018||Quoi répondre au patient qui me demande si un médicament générique est pareil au médicament original?|
|June 27, 2018||Hormonal Therapy (Contraceptives and Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy) and Cardiovascular Risk in Women|
Women’s Heart Health: Do Sex Hormones Play a Role?
|May 16, 2018||Vessels Misadventures|
1. Follow along with New Brunswick as they present a Case Study of a Pulmonary Artery Aneurysm in a port op CABG patient
2. We will provide a review of the literature regarding incidence and location within the pulmonary tree
3. Discuss signs, symptoms and treatment options for this rare but potentially fatal vessel anomaly.
|April 24, 2018||Women's Heart Health|
An informative webinar to learn how women are under-researched, under-diagnosed, under-treated, under-supported, and under-aware. By sharing their expertise and experiences, speakers Jennifer Price and Beth Luhowy, will leave you armed with a better understanding of how we can all play a role in improving outcomes for women.
|January 26. 2018||A Patient's Complicated Journey: From VT Storm to Tamponade|
Follow a patient's journey from their primary admission to diagnosis to interventions to re-admission and further interventions.
|October 4th, 2017||Social Support for Chronic Disease Management and Health Behaviors: The Sample Case of Married Couples|
1) Social relationships influence health outcomes for better and for worse
2) Chronic disease impacts not only the patient
3) Recognizing the lived experiences of couples after one partner has had a stroke
|September 28th, 2017||Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur l’ECPR sans jamais oser le demander|
|July 13, 2017||Medical assistance in dying: What has happened in the past year?|
In February 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) decided the Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) case, which radically changed the end-of-life care landscape. This ground breaking decision legalized physician-assisted suicide for competent adults who consent to their termination of life and who are experiencing intolerable suffering as the result of a grievous and irremediable medical condition. On June 17, 2016, the federal government passed a legislative framework for medical assistance in dying (Bill C-14). This presentation will discuss the Carter decision and Bill C-14 and will address the resulting issues with which the health care system continues to struggle. There will be a particular focus on the nursing profession as well as the challenges of ensuring fair and equitable access to assisted dying in different communities across Canada.
|June 20, 2017||Cardiac Rehabilitation: the Bridge from Hospital to the Community|
- To review the benefits for patients attending Cardiac Rehabilitation.
- To gain a better understanding of what the Total Cardiology Rehabilitation Program involves.
- To discuss the importance of the conversation that the Doctor and Nurse have with patients prior to discharge.
|May 30, 2017||CCCN New Brunswick Division Webinar: Case Study in Cardiogenic Shock|
The healthy heart fails quickly conventional therapy often fails too.This webinar will discuss cardiogenic shock and explore the use of Impella through a case review. The presenter will also examine the evidence/literature to support its’ use.
|February 9, 2017||Psychological Factors and Sequelae in Cardiac Events: Significance and Brief Inpatient Interventions|
- Obtain a better understanding of the impact of psychological factors on the physiological and behavioural risk factors of CVD.
- Increase their knowledge of the impact of psychological factors on medical outcomes.
- Increase their knowledge of the prevalence and types of psychological problems faced by cardiac patients.
- Be provided with some basic tips for assessing and providing brief interventions to cardiac inpatients.
|November 17, 2016||Diabetes and cardiovascular disease:Getting to the Heart of the matter|
- Discuss risk of atherosclerotic vascular disease in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and vascular protection in the diabetic population.
- Screening and Management of ACS in Diabetes: What’s different in this population?
- Heart failure in Diabetes: Is there a connection? What do evidence based treatment guidelines suggest?
- Understand when an individualized blood glucose target is safest for your patient.
|October 26, 2016||Finding A Research Question and the Answers: The Story of the DASHNa-CC Pilot Trial|
- How to find a research question?
- How to refine my research question?
- How to find the answer in the literature?
- How to design my own research to answer my research question?
- How to find the funding for my research?
|June 21, 2016||Physical Assessments for Patients with Cardiomyopathies|
- Definition of cardiomyopathy
- Differentiate cardiomyopathies
- Understand assessment criteria
- Articulate treatment options
- Differentiate nursing assessment and planning
|May 18, 2016||Targeted Temperature Management: 33 verses 36 Degrees|
- The presenter will explore the evidence supporting TTM using 33 and 36 degrees
- Discuss the ILCOR position statement
- Discuss the 2015 ACLS Guidelines as they pertain to TTM
- Managing complications associated with mild hypothermia
|March 17, 2016||Infective Endocarditis: A Review and Update of a Clinical Enigma|
Infective endocarditis, despite the use of antibiotics and cardiac surgery, remains a life-threatening disease. This harsh reality is attributed to congestive heart failure that comes from incompetence of a normal, defective, or prosthetic valve, or from destruction of the heart itself. Unfortunately, diagnosis and treatment may be delayed. This is due, in part, to the vague and, at times, baffling clinical picture of this disease and to the frequency with which antibiotics are administered prior to obtaining a microbiological diagnosis. Nurses play a pivotal role in the prevention, early recognition, diagnostic work-up, and prompt, effective treatment of this devastating disease and its complications. A review and update of this striking, yet elusive disease is provided in this webinar. By transferring current knowledge into practice, nurses will be better able to plan, implement, and evaluate the care needed by this unique and challenging patient population. Read more...
|January 20, 2016||The Pseudo STEMI|
Not all STEMIs on ECG are created equal. Some ST elevated ECGs indicate blockages in corresponding coronary arteries. But, some ST elevated ECGs are indicative of other causes outside the coronary arteries. This presentation explores conditions that present like a STEMI on ECG, but have no culprit coronary artery disease: Aortic Dissection, Brugada Syndrome, Early Repolarization, Pericarditis/Myocarditis, Pulmonary Embolus, and Tako Subo.
|February 26, 2015||12 Leads ECG Basics|
- Provide overview of normal 12 lead ECG
- Review systematic approach to interpreting 12 lead ECG
- Provide case studies of 12 ECG samples highlighting abnormalities
|January 22, 2014||A Case of Syncope|
This webinar will be reviewing an interesting case of a young man admitted for syncope.
- What is syncope?
- What was the cause of his syncope?
- How was he managed.
|June 27, 2013||SADS - Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes|
- What is the Canadian SADS Foundation
- SADS - What is it and what do we do about it
- Promote education and awareness
|February 28, 2013||AVRNT and VT: Fast or Fatal|
- Review 12 Lead ECG Steps to Interpretation
- Review How to determine Heart Rate
- Review the Normal Components of the Cardiac Cycle
- Provide criteria for determining SVT verses VT on the 12 Lead
|November 29, 2012||Metabolic Syndrome|
- Describe the components of Metabolic Syndrome
- Analyze the key aspects of risk factors: Hypertension, Obesity, Diabetes, Sedentary lifestyle, Smoking and there impact on the Metabolic Syndrome
- Identify recommendations for implementation of guidelines for practice
CNA CV Preparation Webinars
This education series will not be inclusive of all competencies but will provide an overview of the heaviest weighted material.
- Cardiac Dysrhythmias
- Ischemic Heart Disease
- Vascular Disease
- Health Promotion and Prevention (Part 1)
- Health Promotion and Prevention (Part 2)
- Cardiac Surgery
- Percutaneous Cardiac Interventions and Procedures
Please note that you must be a member of CCCN to access the webinar recordings. Not a member - JOIN NOW - by clicking here.