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PTSD/OSI Awareness Conference

Course
Course Name
PTSD/OSI Awareness Conference
Course Description
We are hosting a PTSD/OSI (Occupational Stress Injury) Awareness Conference.  To raise awareness for all that are currently suffering, all that may suffer in the future, for their family and friends. Every day someone is affected by PTSD/OSI.  The conference is open to everyone... As no one is immune.  

Throughout the weekend we hope to provide attendees with valuable information to help themselves, coworkers, staff and family.  

GUEST SPEAKERS
Daniel Sundahl - Paramedic/Fire Fighter from Edmonton, Artist of Dansun Photos
Natalie Harris - ACP from Ontario, Author of "Save-My-Life School"
Tyler Anstey - Police Officer from Halifax, Coordinator with Big Hike
Wayne Jasper - Firefighter, LODD committee chairman with Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation
Michelle McKeaveney - Corrections, social worker
Barry Salmond - CISM, EMR, Youth Services, Volunteer with Canadian Red Cross
Julius Brown - Provincial Coordinator with OSICan
Jeneen Yungwirth - Inspirational speaker, Energy Clearing - EFT
We have additional speakers that will be posted once confirmed

Sunday's Final Session will be a breakout that you pick the session to best suits your needs

Friday Sept 29 - Meet and Great - 1800-2100hrs
Saturday Sept 30 - Registration - 0830hrs
Saturday Sept 30 - Conference - 0900-1630hrs
Saturday Sept 30 - Evening entertainment and socializing
Sunday Oct 1 - Conference - 0900-1600hrs

Pre-registration deadline - Sept 1, 2017 - paid registration reserves your seat
Cost - $75.00 per person - includes coffee/tea, health breaks, lunches and entertainment
Late registration - $100.00 per person - if spots available.
Block of rooms with PA Inn at a discounted rate will be held till Sept 1, 2017

TO REGISTER - Contact Karyn directly at kpsmedic@sasktel.net or 306-961-8231
 
Profit from the weekend will be donated to OSI-Can Saskatchewan, PTSD peer support group program.
SCOP approval pending for CME credits
Course Length
16 hours

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