NANB's 101st Annual Meeting
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Delta Fredericton Hotel
225 Woodstock Road, Fredericton, NB
Don’t miss this year’s AGM keynote speaker
Rebecca Brown, MSW, RSW, CHWC
Compassion Fatigue & Resilience
This keynote address will provide you valuable information about the impact of trauma work on professional helpers who work in the most challenging jobs. Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue are now seen as “the Cost of Caring” for these dedicated people in direct care. It has become the personal price we pay as professional helpers in sectors such as medical, health care, police, law, child welfare, shelters, trauma work, emergency and crisis responders, addictions, domestic violence, poverty, with the elderly and ill.
- Understand the terms: PTSD, Vicarious Trauma, Secondary Stress, Compassion Fatigue, Moral Distress/Conflict and Burnout
- Recognize signs and symptoms in ourselves personally and professionally, how they happen, how they are similar and what to do when we are impacted by the work
- Develop an Individual Resilience Tool Kit of strategies to stay healthy and incorporate these into an organizational culture of care for a Truly Trauma-Informed Workplace
Notice of Annual Meeting
In accordance with Article XIII of the bylaws, notice is given of an annual meeting to be held May 31st, 2017 at the Delta Fredericton, Fredericton, NB. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct the affairs of the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB).
Practising and non-practising members of NANB are eligible to attend the annual meeting. Only practising members may vote. Confirmation of membership will be required for admission. Nursing students are welcome as observers.
Resolutions for Annual Meeting
Resolutions presented by practising members according to the prescribed deadline, February 10, 2017, will be voted on by the voting members. During the business session, however, members may submit resolutions pertaining only to annual meeting business.
Pursuant to Article XII, each practising nurse member may vote on resolutions and motions at the annual meeting either in person or by proxy.
Laurie Janes, Executive Director, NANB