Financial Therapy returns to The Capital with the second Money Myths workshop.

Financial Therapy returns to The Capital with the second Money Myths workshop.










(PRWEB) September 26, 2004

The next Ottawa workshop in the Money Myths series, Money Myths 2: Taking Action will be held October 7th, 2004

Taking Action is a workshop where you will identify your financial strengths and learn to harness them to your financial benefit.

Topics of discussion will include fulfillment and resistance to change. The workshop will provide tools to allow you to control your money instead of having it control you.

Ms. Mills is a dynamic and animated speaker and the workshop information is enlightening and motivating. Take action, register today, begin the journey.

the workshop will be held –

October 7th

from 6:30 – 9:30 pm

at the LOL#126 Hall

41 Rosemount Avenue( off Wellington near Parkdale)

in Ottawa.

Ms. Mills will also be conducting a limited number of one on one sessions on Friday October 8th.


















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CDI College Adds Second Practical Nursing Open House in Winnipeg

CDI College Adds Second Practical Nursing Open House in Winnipeg












Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) June 28, 2011

CDI College is giving potential students another opportunity to learn about the new Practical Nursing program at the Winnipeg campus. Due to an overwhelming response to the Practical Nursing Open House on July 6, 2011, the college has scheduled a second session for Thursday, July 7, 2011.

The open house events will provide students with information about the two-year Practical Nursing diploma program, admission prerequisites and general information about the college. The program features a comprehensive curriculum that includes foundations in anatomy, physiology and holistic nursing, as well as courses in nursing theory, mental health, pediatric nursing and acute care. As part of the program, students are required to complete several clinical practice placements in which they apply their knowledge and skills in a range of healthcare settings.

“We are very excited to welcome Practical Nursing students to our Winnipeg campus,” says Dr. Bohdan Bilan, VP of Academics for CDI College. “As the healthcare industry in Canada continues to demand knowledgeable and qualified professionals to care for the country’s aging population, Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) will enjoy a challenging and rewarding career.”

Successful graduates will be prepared to write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam (CPNRE) and, upon passing, register with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Manitoba (CLPNM) in order to practice as licensed practical nurses. LPNs are able to work in various nursing areas including hospitals, medical clinics, long-term care homes, schools and community care centers.

Both events will run from 6:30-8:30pm at the CDI College campus at 280 Main Street. Attendees are asked to check in at 6:00pm sharp.

CDI College is now accepting applications for the Practical Nursing program at its Winnipeg campus. For more information about the program, head to http://www.cdicollege.ca. Follow along on Twitter and Facebook.

About CDI College

For more than 40 years, CDI College has been a leading career training institution helping thousands of students achieve career goals and aspirations. With 20 campuses across Canada, the career college offers hands-on training from experienced instructors in a wide range of business, technology and health care programs. Flexible schedules and career placement services are available to help match students with the right job.

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HARNN & THANN Launches Second Concept Shop in Ottawa, Canada

HARNN & THANN Launches Second Concept Shop in Ottawa, Canada











Harnn & Thann Natural Spa Products


Ottawa (PRWEB) February 25, 2009

HARNN & THANN, Asia’s leading source of natural home spa products from Thailand, announced the official opening of the company’s second concept shop in Ottawa at Bayshore Shopping Centre.

This milestone adds to the business’ existing global network of retail stores in Europe (Belgium, France, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Estonia and Portugal), the Middle East (Kuwait, Cyprus), the Americas (Canada), Asia (Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam) and Australia.

HARNN & THANN is a leading natural skincare, body care and home spa products brand available in more than 20 countries worldwide. Unique products and packaging design utilizing natural materials have earned HARNN & THANN the G-Mark Award in 2003 and 2005 from the Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organization, as well as the Design for Asia (DFA) Grand Award in 2006 from the Hong Kong Design Centre. THANN Sanctuary was also one of 2006’s Top 55 Best Spas, as acknowledged by Condé Nast Traveler.

“Each formulation utilizes rice bran oil and pure plant essential oils, combined with modern manufacturing methods to restore and maintain the natural balance of your mind, body, and spirit,” said Fadi Ghaby, company spokesman. “HARNN & THANN combines the uniqueness of Asian culture with the traditions and knowledge of natural therapy with dermatological science. HARNN & THANN places emphasis on the natural restoration of physical and mental balance to enhance health and beauty from within. This holistic approach appeals to customers from various age groups and genders.”

The company’s unique retail concept — together with high-quality products and knowledgeable staff — help make shopping at HARNN & THANN an experience to treasure and look forward to, Ghaby said.

The unique retail concept is an ideal lesson from architectural theory of complexity and contradiction, where tradition and modern design, vocabulary, and details interplay, compliment and contrast to create an intriguing but comforting ambiance like no other.

For sales and marketing inquiries, please contact:

Fadi Ghaby

HARNN & THANN Canada Inc.

Tel (613) 216-2390

Fax:(613) 686-5845

http://www.thann.ca/

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Dorland Health Announces the Finalists to the Second Annual People Awards Program

Dorland Health Announces the Finalists to the Second Annual People Awards Program










Rockville, MD (PRWEB) August 10, 2011

All finalists will be recognized at an awards luncheon on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., in what is part of a two-day event celebrating excellence in care coordination. Dorland Health’s third Care Coordination Summit will take place on Tuesday, October 21, 2011, also at the National Press Club. A highlight of the luncheon is the announcement of the winners in 18 categories.

The Dorland Health People Awards, now in its second year, “is intended recognize those healthcare professionals who are changing the culture of healthcare to be patient and family focused and provide access to consumers of healthcare across the care continuum,” says Anne Llewellyn, Editor in Chief with Dorland Health. “The People Awards recognize the front line professionals, who inspire, motivate and empower their colleagues and who are making a real difference improving the lives of their patients as they transition through the care continuum.”

Entries for the awards program were evaluated by a team of judges, and finalists have been selected for this year’s program based on leadership, creativity, innovations and specific programs or as a member of the care coordination teams in their organization. Special emphasis was placed on professionals who spearhead efforts to make healthcare safe, quality-driven and cost-effective for all.

Finalists include practitioners in the following categories: Behavioral Health, Case/Care Management, Clinical Nursing, Disability Management, Ethicist, Geriatric Care Management, Healthcare Educator, Hospice/Palliative Care Professional, Medical Director, Occupational Therapist, Patient Advocate, Pharmacist, Public Health Specialist, Quality Manager, Social Worker, Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist, and Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurse. The complete list of finalists can be viewed at http://www.dorlandhealth.com/peopleawards/2011-finalists/

During the People Awards celebration, winners from all categories will be unveiled and will be brought to the stage to accept their award. The event will feature keynote speaker LeAnna Carey, principle of TheHealthMaven, LLC. Lea will share with the finalists and guests how health care is being reshaped by technology and social networks. She will discuss the importance of leveraging social media to maximize transformative health care innovation and thought leadership whether from a personal or a corporate perspective.

The second People Awards program registration is open to all who would like to participate in the celebration of these outstanding professionals in healthcare. The People Awards luncheon will take place October 21, 2011 at the National Press Club, Washington, DC followed the next day by Dorland Health’s Care Coordination Summit: Advancing the Delivery of Care, an interactive learning event for professionals responsible for care coordination across the continuum of care. Special rates are being offered for those who would like to attend both events. To learn more and register, visit the Dorland Health website at http://www.dorlandhealth.com.

About Dorland Health

Dorland Health, an Access Intelligence, LLC Company, is a leading publisher and media company providing education, training, tools, information resources, guidance and practical advice for practitioners and specialists in the healthcare field. Dorland Health services include the Professional Patient Advocate Institute, Case In Point, Case In Point Weekly, OR Manager, Patient Advocate Report, industry-specific resource directories and reports, conferences and events, webinars, awards programs, and offers continuing education credit.

To interview any of the People Award Finalist or faculty from the Care Coordination Summit, feel free to contact Hope Kabik at hkabik(at)accessntel(dot)com

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Ottawa Rotary Clubs Continue to Support Sri Lankan Tsunami Victims on Second Anniversary of Boxing Day Disaster

The cornerstone was laid on December 19 for a community Rotacentre located in Paiyagala, 45 kilometers south of Colombo, Sri Lanka, for the use of fishermen victims of the 2004 tsunami and their families. On the second anniversary of the Southeast Asian disaster that deprived so many Sri Lankan fishermen of their homes and livelihood, several Rotary Clubs in Ottawa are now financing the construction of the “Ottawa Rotacentre” there.

The Ottawa Rotary Clubs are co-operating with the Rotary Club of Colombo Metropolitan which is overseeing the construction and operation of this first Rotacentre in Sri Lanka. It will complement the gift of some 27 Rotaboats given to 54 Tamil and Sinhalese fisher families in the summer of 2005 by these same Ottawa-area Rotary Clubs. Before the tsunami struck on Boxing Day 2004, fishing was the basis of the local economy and a chief source of food for Sri Lankans. West Ottawa Rotarian George Grande, Canada’s former High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, commented, “This Rotacentre project carries on the vital work already done by Ottawa Rotary in Sri Lanka. It fills a continuing need in the efforts of fishermen to return to normal life. We must never forget them and their disaster.”

The new Rotacentre will be used for repairing nets and engines and also for recreation and meetings of the fishermen’s families. It is planned to build an adjoining playground later. The cornerstone was laid by George and Charmaine Neufeld of Ottawa, charter members of the Ottawa Rotary Tsunami Support Group, and co-ordinated by Kathryn Williams of the Rotary Club of Ottawa.

The Rotary Clubs co-operating in this venture are the Rotary Club of Ottawa, Rotary Club of West Ottawa, Rotary Club of Ottawa South, Rotary Club of South Nepean, Rotary Club of Nepean-Kanata, Rotary Club of Ottawa Bytown, Rotary Club of Kanata Sunrise, and the Rotaract Club of Ottawa (university students’ club).

About Rotary: Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. It is comprised of 1.2 million members working in over 32,000 clubs in 170 countries. Rotary members initiate community projects that address many of today’s most critical issues such as violence, AIDS, hunger, the environment and health care.