The Newsletter Committee sends out a comprehensive quarterly newsletter, "The Eye Opener".  Beginning in 2009, this newsletter has been delivered to all NAPANc members in all provinces via email. The National Association of PeriAnesthesia Nurses of Canada's Executive is committed to using this newsletter as one form of educating the nation's perianesthesia nurses in the latest information regarding research and practice issues related to our area of expertise.  On an ongoing basis, the newsletter will be filled with current information regarding the nation's activities in this field, along with articles and research results on practice activities across the country.

 

The new Newsletter Editor beginnng in the summer of 2014 is Bernard Bachaalany from Montreal, QC.  To read about Bernard, look under "Newsletters" in the Members Login section (you must be a NAPANc member to access this site).    

 

If you have an article or information that you would like to share with the country's perianesthesia nurses, please email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If you have issues to discuss, or questions for NAPANc or for your colleagues, email them to the same address.  They will be included in the next issue of The Eye Opener.

 

If you are a member of your provincial association, this newsletter will be delivered to you by your provincial association's representative by email.  Please be sure to give your email address when joining your provincial association, and continue to update address changes, so that the National association's news can be delivered to you in a timely manner.

 

For more information regarding the Newsletter Committee, or if you are interested in becoming a part of this committee, please email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Newsletter Samples:

 

March, 2009:  (click here)

June,  2009:  (click here)

November, 2009 (click here)

January, 2010 (click here)

April, 2010 (click here)

September, 2010 (click here)

January, 2011 (click here)

April, 2011 (click here)

June, 2011 (click here)

November, 2011 (click here)

March, 2012 (click here)

Summer, 2012  (click here)

Fall, 2012 (click here)

Winter, 2013 (click here)

Spring/Summer 2013 (click here)

Fall 2013 (click here)

Summer 2014 (click here)

 

 

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