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September 20 & 21, 2022
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM PT
Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites  
740 Burdett Ave Victoria BC V8W 1B2

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BCAPOP Member: $300 per person  |  Non-Member: $350 per person
Only 30 spaces available, so register today!

October 3 & 4, 2022
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM PT

venue: Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport 3099 Corvette Way | Richmond BC V6X 4K3

BCAPOP Member: $300 per person  |  Non-Member: $350 per person

Only 30 spaces available, so register today!

About the PSU Training:
BCAPOP’s Executive Director, Heather Cameron, RN, BScN, will use both her professional and personal lived experience combined with up-to-date best practices, research and resources to offer professionals and peers the knowledge and know how to support pregnant, postpartum and newly parenting people who use substances. This training workshop will provide you with the insight, evidence-based information, increased confidence and comfort to implement useful tools, approaches and strategies to help you engage, support and maintain the supportive relationships necessary to offer gold standard care to your clients, participants or patients.

This training workshop is limited to 30 participants to foster an intimate, engaging and safe place to reflect, share and grow in your professional practice in meaningful ways.

Day 1 Overview:

  • Opening roundtable introductions
  • A basic introduction to:
    • Language matters
    • The effects of substance use in pregnancy
    • Withdrawal management in pregnancy
    • Opioid Agonist Treatment (OAT) in pregnancy
    • Breastfeeding, substance use & harm reduction

Day 2 Overview:

  • A basic introduction to:
    • The importance of wrap-around support and building a village
    • Approaches and tools to provide best practice support that aims to be trauma-informed and culturally safe
    • Supporting through transitions in and out of acute care, institutions and through engagement with child welfare
    • Province-wide resources for professionals and pregnant, postpartum and newly parenting people
  • Closing roundtable sharing

All participants will receive printed resources to help build their own best practice toolkit.

BCAPOP is grateful for the generous support for this training from the Provincial Perinatal Substance Use Program, BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre, PHSA which has allowed us to offer a reduced registration fee for these 2 training events.

BC Association of Pregnancy Outreach Programs
Mailing Address 
| 230-1210 Summit Drive, #425  | Kamloops BC | V2C 6M1

www.bcapop.ca |
info@bcapop.ca | 250-572-2191

Charitable Registration Number: 82153 3072 RR0001

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