CRHNet Objectives

The primary objectives of the CRHNet are to:

  • Initiate the development of a Canadian inter-disciplinary and cross-sectoral network of researchers, academics and practitioners to enhance understanding of emergency management in all dimensions and help build Canadian capacity to deal effectively with threats and consequences from all hazards.
  • Create a Canadian annual forum for dialogue focusing on disaster risk reduction and facilitate policy formulation and adoption of best practices in Canada.
  • Provide a Canadian venue to learn from the experiences of other countries by inviting internationally reputed scholars, practitioners, and participants to the Symposium and to share Canadian experience and efforts in disaster reduction.

Vision

CRHNet envisions a disaster and climate resilient Canada.

Mission
CRHNet brings together the disaster risk management community to increase resiliency through the transfer of knowledge, the building of relationships, and the exchange of best practices.

Values
Collaboration, Innovation, Inspiration, Diversity, Integrity, Respect, Transparency

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The next event in the NAIT Disaster and Emergency Management Speaker Series is coming up this Wednesday, April 10! NAIT's own Randy Smith will be on hand to discuss all things crisis communications as well as answer questions.

Send our EP Committee an email at EP@crhnet.ca to sign up!
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The next event in the NAIT Disaster and Emergency Management Speaker Series is coming up this Wednesday, April 10! NAITs own Randy Smith will be on hand to discuss all things crisis communications as well as answer questions.

Send our EP Committee an email at EP@crhnet.ca to sign up!

Our graphics aren't available this morning, but we wanted to remind you that the next event in our EP Committee's mental wellness series is tonight! Guest speaker John Bignell will join us to talk about mental health and resilience for those exposed to frequent , negative stress.

Please visit crhnet.ca/events to sign up!
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Our EP Committee's event "Introduction to the Intersection of Emergency Management and Healthcare" is taking place this afternoon at 3pm ET, and there's still time to sign up!

Please visit crhnet.ca/events for more information on this and other upcoming professional development opportunities.

We hope to see you there!Our EP Committee's next professional development opportunity is coming up next Wednesday, March 20 at 3:00 pm ET. Guest speaker Andrew Moull will join us on Zoom for an "Introduction to the Intersection of Emergency Management and Healthcare."

Andrew is an Emergency and Disaster Manager at Hamilton Health Sciences and Professor at York University, and we're very excited to have him on hand to present this event introducing attendees to the intersection of DEM and the healthcare industry in Canada.

Please visit crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.

We hope to see you there!
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Our EP Committees event Introduction to the Intersection of Emergency Management and Healthcare is taking place this afternoon at 3pm ET, and theres still time to sign up! 

Please visit https://crhnet.ca/events for more information on this and other upcoming professional development opportunities.

We hope to see you there!

Our EP Committee's next professional development opportunity is coming up next Wednesday, March 20 at 3:00 pm ET. Guest speaker Andrew Moull will join us on Zoom for an "Introduction to the Intersection of Emergency Management and Healthcare."

Andrew is an Emergency and Disaster Manager at Hamilton Health Sciences and Professor at York University, and we're very excited to have him on hand to present this event introducing attendees to the intersection of DEM and the healthcare industry in Canada.

Please visit crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up.

We hope to see you there!
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Our EP Committees next professional development opportunity is coming up next Wednesday, March 20 at 3:00 pm ET. Guest speaker Andrew Moull will join us on Zoom for an Introduction to the Intersection of Emergency Management and Healthcare.

Andrew is an Emergency and Disaster Manager at Hamilton Health Sciences and Professor at York University, and were very excited to have him on hand to present this event  introducing attendees to the intersection of DEM and the healthcare industry in Canada.

Please visit https://crhnet.ca/events for more details and to sign up. 

We hope to see you there!

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).

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