Help Me, Help You Fall Chapter Event - Part One
Nov 7, 2020 09:00AM to Nov 7, 2020 12:00PM
Chapter Education Day Part Two - CLICK HERE
Join OAMRS Chapter chairs from across Ontario as we provide this one of a kind virtual learning event.
This is the first part one of a two part series. This event will focus on MRT/DMS and Patient wellness. We will endeavour to increase the knowledge of members regarding information on HR practices, Imaging and Gender and a presentation on Empowering MRT's.
Speakers from local chapters will engage through our virtual forum and provide wonderful insight into these topics.
Free for members.
Non-members is $25/session or it is $40 for both. Non-members use code CHAPTER10 to receiver your $10 discount off your Help Me, Help You - part 2.
Assistant Vice President of Total Rewards,
What does HR really Do?
Human Resource Management is central to any organization, and it's about far more than just hiring and firing employees. The objective of this presentation is to provide some insights into those areas/accountabilities of HR that might not be as visible to employees.
Safe Imaging Practices in an Evolving Gender Landscape
MRTs play a vital role in facilitating and supporting the free and informed choices of patients, families, or caregivers, including decisions to refuse or withdraw from treatment. Ensuring the principles of informed consent are upheld throughout the patient’s interaction within the medical imaging environment. They are responsible for treating all individuals with respect and dignity, providing care regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, gender, sexual orientation, religious or political affiliation, age, type of illness, mental or physical ability.
Occupational Health Nurse/Metnal Health First Aid (Basic) Instructor
Mental Health First Aid Overview
Objectives/Outcomes:To introduce attendees to the Mental Health First Aid (Basic) course history, objectives, format, and expected outcomes.
Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem, experiencing the worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. Just like physical first aid is provided until medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate support is found or until the crisis is resolved.