Dr. Eliana Castillo is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary in Canada. Her medical and academic practice focuses on reproductive infectious diseases and implementation science. She is an emerging leader on vaccination in pregnancy and partners with patients to understand their journey during pregnancy, focusing on opportunities to engage in a dialogue about interventions that we know can protect mothers and babies, like vaccinations. She works with the National Advisory Committee for Immunization, Society of Obstetrics and Gyneacologists of Canada and the Canadian Association for Immunization Research, Evaluation and Education. She completed her fellowships at the University of British Columbia and the Pontificia Javeriana University in Colombia, South America.
The CNPS has a number of upcoming complimentary webinars* designed to help you reduce risk in your nursing practice.
Spaces are limited, so register early!
AVAILABLE TO CAPWHN MEMBERS ONLY
(requires login to members only site)
January 11 – Towards a National Perinatal Mental Health Strategy
February 9 – Breaking the Cycle of Pain: Helping Women Navigate the Symptoms of Endometriosis
April 27 – Preserving the Time to Bond
June 21 – Promoting the Well-Being of Nurses: Sleeping with Science
September 14 – Covid-19 Infection and Vaccination During Pregnancy
January 21 – Hémorragie Postpartum (French Webinar)
January 28 – Impacted Fetal Head
February 10 – Induction of Labour
February 22 – Trauma Informed Care
March 31 – Impacted Fetal Head
April 27 – Neonatal Skin Care
May 5 – COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy
May 19 – Health Outcomes and Experiences of WOmen with Disabilities in Ontario
June 8 – Multidisciplinary Team Challenges to Caring for Newborns with HIE
June 15 – Obesity in Pregnancy
December 8 – Vaccine Hesitancy: Best Practices in Moving Towards Vaccine Confidence
Recordings of past Webinars are available to CAPWHN members only. Simply log in to the members only section of the website and click on Webinars.