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We have also included an events calendar that is open to organizational members to populate with their events.

We have update our membership benefits as well!  We encourage you to take a look around and let us know what you think!

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Our EP committee's next professional development opportunity is tomorrow, February 28! Guest speaker Debbie Fortune will join us for “No wait, maybe I’m not OK:” the journey through Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

This free Zoom event will feature a presentation on the topic of mental wellness and resilience as it pertains to those who are repeatedly exposed to significant negative stress.

Debbie Fortune is an Advanced Care Paramedic and former Paramedic Educator with Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia, with experience speaking on the experience of PTSD and CISM.

Join us for what will be a lively discussion of this very important topic! Please visit crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.
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Our EP committees next professional development opportunity is tomorrow, February 28! Guest speaker Debbie Fortune will join us for “No wait, maybe I’m not OK:” the journey through Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

This free Zoom event will feature a presentation on the topic of mental wellness and resilience as it pertains to those who are repeatedly exposed to significant negative stress. 
 
Debbie Fortune is an Advanced Care Paramedic and former Paramedic Educator with Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia, with experience speaking on the experience of PTSD and CISM. 

Join us for what will be a lively discussion of this very important topic! Please visit https://crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.

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We are aware that there was a glitch in the timing of the calendar confirmation some of our registered attendees received, and would like to apologise for any confusion that has been caused. The event, “No Wait, Maybe I’m Not Okay: the Journey Through Critical Stress” is happening on Wednesday, February 28 at 8:30pm(ET).

Microdosing shrooms 🍄 has put my Emetophobia,depression, chronic migraine,DPDR, PTSD,insomnia, Fibromyalgia,ADHD and anxiety into remission. I tried many different medications to get here, all of them failed with bad side effects or simply stopped working after a week. 7 years of searching, but I'm so glad I tried this! I feel like myself again!... I usually get them from a mycologist, (tephealz) on Insta.He ships too🤝✅

Psychedelic are very helpful and Beneficial if used properly it makes you more focused, less traumatized, less anxious, signs of PTSD being suppressed. If You don't do it to trip, you take a mini dose to ease your brain receptors I normally order mine from aria_sporez on Instagram his the most reIiabIe person I've seen Online and his products are top notch.

A reminder that our CRHNet membership survey closes this Thursday, February 29. If you are a past, present, or potential future member of CRHnet, we want to hear from you!

The board is reviewing the current membership benefits and is seeking your input to inform our program. Please visit crhnet.ca/crhnet-membership-benefits-survey/ to participate.
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A reminder that our CRHNet membership survey closes this Thursday, February 29. If you are a past, present, or potential future member of CRHnet, we want to hear from you!

The board is reviewing the current membership benefits and is seeking your input to inform our program. Please visit https://crhnet.ca/crhnet-membership-benefits-survey/ to participate.

We hope you can join us next Wednesday, February 28, for the next event in our EP Committee's mental wellness and resilience speaker series. Special guest Debbie Fortune will join us for “No wait, maybe I’m not OK:” the Journey through Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

This free Zoom event will feature a presentation on the topic of mental wellness and resilience as it pertains to those who are repeatedly exposed to significant negative stress.

Debbie Fortune is an Advanced Care Paramedic and former Paramedic Educator with Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia, with experience speaking on the experience of PTSD and CISM.

Join us for what will be a lively discussion of this very important topic! Please visit crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.
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We hope you can join us next Wednesday, February 28, for the next event in our EP Committees mental wellness and resilience speaker series. Special guest Debbie Fortune will join us for “No wait, maybe I’m not OK:” the Journey through Critical Incident Stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

This free Zoom event will feature a presentation on the topic of mental wellness and resilience as it pertains to those who are repeatedly exposed to significant negative stress. 
 
Debbie Fortune is an Advanced Care Paramedic and former Paramedic Educator with Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia, with experience speaking on the experience of PTSD and CISM. 

Join us for what will be a lively discussion of this very important topic! Please visit https://crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.

Current CRHNet Members, we want to hear from you! The board is reviewing the current membership benefits and is seeking your input to inform our program. The survey will close on Thursday, February 29, 2024.

Please visit crhnet.ca/crhnet-membership-benefits-survey/ to participate
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Current CRHNet Members, we want to hear from you! The board is reviewing the current membership benefits and is seeking your input to inform our program. The survey will close on Thursday, February 29, 2024. 

Please visit https://crhnet.ca/crhnet-membership-benefits-survey/ to participate

Current, past, and future members of CRHNet, we want to hear from you - our 2024 membership survey is now live!

Help us to understand what membership benefits you currently enjoy, and what else you’re looking for. The survey will close on Thursday, February 29, 2024. Please visit http://tinyurl.com/w5dev9re for more information.
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Current, past, and future members of CRHNet, we want to hear from you - our 2024 membership survey is now live!

Help us to understand what membership benefits you currently enjoy, and what else you’re looking for. The survey will close on Thursday, February 29, 2024. Please visit http://tinyurl.com/w5dev9re for more information.
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