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Malnutrition in Canadian Health care facilities and Why it matters to CSNM Members

Malnutrition is defined as the deficiency and/or imbalance of energy, protein and other nutrients.  It is estimated both internationally and in Canada that over 55% of all hospital and long term care patients are malnourished or at risk upon admission.

The Canadian Malnutrition Task Force (CMTF) is a group of clinicians, decision makers and investigators forming a standing committee of the Canadian Nutrition Society (CNS). The vision of CMTF is to advance nutrition care in patients through research, education and interdisciplinary collaboration in Canada. CMTF’s mandate also includes informing stakeholders and the public about the importance of optimal clinical nutrition care.

The webinar will outline the work that has been completed by the task force as well as work in progress and planned.  Information will be provided on what those in charge of food provision at Canadian health care facilities can do to assist in reducing malnutrition at their sites based on the barriers that have been identified through the CMTF work!

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PSNM 2015 Conference

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"Ask the Board" Webinar
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CSNM 2014 Conference Webcast - Deep Listening - Shannon Floer
CSNM 2014 Conference Webcast - Presenting Like a Pro - Bob Parker
CSNM 2014 Conference Webcast - Mind Your Mind - Deri Latimer

Platinum Sponsor Intro
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Hotel Saskatchewan History
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MC Intro
Opening Keynote - Deri Latimer
Going Lean - Tammy Vornbrock
Hidden Allergens - Alison Kapp
The Art of Olive Oil - Dr. Awie du Toit

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The Psychologically Healthy Workplace - Deri Latimer
Deep Listening - Shannon Floer
Social Media - Michael Smith
Presenting Like a Pro - Bob Parker

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Presenting Like a Pro - Bob Parker



Webinar - Project Management: Part 2 Financial Aspects

With Catha McMaster
Recorded: October 29, 2013

Projects go off in one of three ways: budget, scope and schedule. In this second part of the Project Management series, join us to learn about the project management triangle. Gain an understanding of how to gather cost estimates, forecast costs, determine finance sources, develop a budget, track and risk management finances to prevent scope creep, manage scheduling changes and inform business decisions during a project. This vital part of project management determines how successful a project really is!

During her career, Catha has managed successful projects including implementation of a new electronic client record for a Community Health Centre, renovation of a food service kitchen, cultural change and employee engagement program, development and writing of cookbooks and creation of a company. Projects are a challenge that Catha enjoys and she is ready to share her experience and tools for your projects!

Catha has studied Project Management at Athabasca University and through the Central East Local Health Integration Network applying the principles on a continuous basis.

Catha McMaster, MBA is the president of Engaged CFT Corporation and is an active member of the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management. During her career, Catha has worked as Nutrition Manager, Director of Nutrition Services, Food Services and Environmental Services Consultant, Lead for the Institute of Health Aging and Staff Development. Her diverse experience in Long Term Care, Retirement, Acute Care and Community Health have provided the foundation for her current business of training and education partner for the Healthcare industry.


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Webinar - Project Management: Part 1 Overview

With Catha McMaster
Recorded: September 17, 2013

Wondering how to manage the new renovation or how to develop a team to implement an organizational change? Project Management principles and tools are valuable to apply to develop your timeline, team and detailed approach for the most effective project. Planning, stakeholder identification, project charters, schedules, checkpoints, risk management and more are integral parts of developing a project plan. We will explore the differences between a program and a project. Join us for a look at project management stages and how to get your next project started on the road to success!

During her career, Catha has managed successful projects including implementation of a new electronic client record for a Community Health Centre, renovation of a food service kitchen, cultural change and employee engagement program, development and writing of cookbooks and creation of a company. Projects are a challenge that Catha enjoys and she is ready to share her experience and tools for your projects!

Catha has studied Project Management at Athabasca University and through the Central East Local Health Integration Network applying the principles on a continuous basis.

Catha McMaster, MBA is the president of Engaged CFT Corporation and is an active member of the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management. During her career, Catha has worked as Nutrition Manager, Director of Nutrition Services, Food Services and Environmental Services Consultant, Lead for the Institute of Health Aging and Staff Development. Her diverse experience in Long Term Care, Retirement, Acute Care and Community Health have provided the foundation for her current business of training and education partner for the Healthcare industry.


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Webinar - Coaching and Mentoring from your strengths

With Jerome G. Zeyen
Recorded: May 27, 2013


Do you feel stuck or helpless when it comes to influencing your team or within your organization?
Do you want to influence your team, your peers and your leaders but you feel that you don’t have the authority or ability to influence
Join the May 2013 webinar to learn what it takes to influence authentically and effectively.

The session will include:
•Communication strategies
•Developing a personal brand and building credibility
•Exploration of challenges and solutions surrounding influence
•Learn to leverage basic coaching skills to have a real impact on your staff, stakeholders and your boss

Over the past 20 years, Jerome has contributed to executive and management teams by providing Human Resources strategy, people leadership, and practical solutions to meet business needs.  In 2008 he started his own Coaching, HR and Leadership Consulting business and continues to coach clients of various levels and with varying needs.       

Jerome’s focus is on maximizing healthy high performance and individual potential, to positively influence employee engagement, to promote execution, and to support people relationships in the business environment. He has worked with new and emerging leaders as well as those striving to achieve more in work & life.  Jerome has added expertise in career transition.



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CSNM/DC 2013 Conference

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Thursday May 9th: Portraits of Nutrition and Dementia

Friday May 10th: Ethical Decisions in Nutritional Care


Audio Recordings

Thursday
1 - First Timer's Welcome
2 - Singing Performance - Angela Saini
3 - Opening Remarks
4 - The Customer Is Bothering Me! - Shelle Rose Charvet, CSP
5 - Multi-disciplinary Meal Audits: How to ensure the best meal service for Residents - Susan Goldberg, MEd, RD and Halina Jaros, NM
6 - Wounds - Understanding the Role of Nutrition in Reducing the Cost of Care - Dan McHugh
7 - CSNM AGM

Friday
1 - Integrating Renal Diets in LTC - Emily Quenneville, MScFN, RD
2 - Follow Me - I'm Right Behind You! How to Lead and Influence Others - Jody Urquhart
3 - This Would Be Funny... if it wasn't happening to me!! How to Lighten Up And Laugh for Healthcare Professionals - Jody Urquhart
4 - Closing Remarks


Webinar - Organizational Culture Part 2

With Maria Nebres
Recorded: March 25, 2013

Learn about developing an organizational framework for culture change and how to work through a framework for creating a new culture, or modifying/changing existing culture in support of business strategy and supporting values. Best practices tools to be touched on will include leveraging human resources techniques, communication, project and change management and people management against a clear line if sight and alignment to business strategy.

Maria Nebres, Human Resource Consultant, has many years experience in the financial and healthcare sectors working and facilitating engagement with employees on determining the needs, objectives and strategies to support cultural change.


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Webinar - Budgeting for a Healthcare Department and Organization

With Catha McMaster
Recorded: December 19, 2012


The webinar discussion will focus on the strategy, the fantasy and the reality of budgeting for a Healthcare department and organization. Gain understanding about how strategy drives operations and accounting management. Learn the difference between operating budgets and financial budgets while gaining insight into how to develop a budget that will enable your department and organization to reach the strategic goals. See how “what if” analysis can improve budgetary accuracy and minimize variances. Variance analysis will provide a look at the impact of costs, production, labour and supports on the budget outcomes. Projects are becoming a norm in our workplaces and take a brief look at budget forecasting for project management initiatives.

Catha McMaster is President of Engaged CFT Corporation, an education training firm working with Healthcare in the Acute Care, Long Term Care and Retirement sectors and is Director of Clinical Services within the Community Health sector.


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Webinar - Best Practices for Changing an Organizational Culture

With Catha McMaster and Maria Nebres
Recorded: Septembre 17, 2012


Learn more about what “culture” means, how to move the change at all levels of the organization and what leaders must do to support change in a culture. Gain some practical tools to use for shifting the culture in your department or organization and infrastructure to support the desired culture.


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Webinar - Quality Protein, Is the Public Getting Enough?

With Dr. Paddon-Jones & Dr. Elango
Recorded: March 27, 2012


Dr. Paddon-Jones is a Professor of Nutrition and Metabolism at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
He is the Director of the Nutrition and Metabolism Laboratory in the School of Health Professions and a Fellow of the Sealy Center on Aging.
Dr. Paddon-Jones’ research focuses on the regulation of muscle mass and function in healthy and clinical populations. He was a recipient of the Vernon R. Young International Award for Amino Acid Research and is a frequent invited speaker at national and international conferences. His talk will address current protein requirements, protein quality and healthy aging.

Dr. Elango is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of British Columbia and Scientist Level 1, Nutrition & Metabolism Research Program, Child & Family Research Institute.
The goal of his research program is to identify protein and amino acid requirements during key life stages of growth and development, including pregnancy and in childhood under nutrition. By using state-of-the-art stable isotope tracer techniques, Dr. Elango determines protein requirements and examines amino acid metabolism in vivo in the human body.
Dr. Elango’s talk will outline recent data on protein requirements in children, adults, pregnancy and the elderly. He will also be discussing the possible underestimation in current requirement recommendations.



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Webinar - Time Managemenet 

With Rhonda Scharf
Recorded: January 16, 2012

Do you complain that you don't have enough time?  Do you seem to always get behind on your organizational work, but aren't sure why?  If you don't identify it, you can't fix it, so come to our session to find out where you are guilty, but more importantly where you can manage your time better to get the things done that you need done!

This one hour webinar will introduce you to practical techniques in helping you achieve better results through better time and workload management.  You will learn how to organize your time more effectively and be introduced to tools and perspectives to better manage your workload.




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