Would you like an executive position with WIHSC?

Use the attached form to apply for a WIHSC executive position for the upcoming 2016 fall and winter terms!

What are the perks of joining WIHSC?

  • Unique collaborative / networking opportunities with the different programs at Conestoga as well as established community members and associations
  • Credit on your Conestoga Co-Curricular Record (CCR)
  • Opportunity to establish yourself in a leadership role

WIHSC Executive Application

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WIHSC Registration Open for Mock Connectivity Table Event

On Tuesday April 5th, from 13:00-15:00, in the AGORA , WIHSC will be teaming up with The Langs Community Health Centre and holding an interactive mock Connectivity Table session. This event consists of gathering select student champions from various programs at Conestoga and having them participate in a facilitated inter-professional collaborative activity. Upon completion of this event, students will have participated in what it would be like at The Langs Community Health Centre Connectivity Table; addressing a client’s social determinants of health from a community perspective by, “providing comprehensive health and social support services that are responsive to the changing needs of our region”.

Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required (limited space). Please follow the link below to register and for further information.

WIHSC Mock Connectivity Table Registration Link

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Guest Speaker: Cambridge’s Acting Fire Platoon Chief Brad Churchill

On Wednesday March 30th, 2016 at 16:00 in room 2E23 we are having Cambridge’s Acting Fire Platoon Chief Brad Churchill in as a guest speaker.  Brad will be focusing on “Life Behind the Scenes of a First Responder: Dealing with PTSD”.  Due to the alarming increase in first responder suicides we are looking to promote mental health awareness with our students at Conestoga.  Please join us as we complete a deep dive of what it is like behind the scenes of being a first responder; PTSD, grieving civilians, dealing with violent offenders, and other topics that are not generally discussed in course content.  

Peer Mentoring: Wound Care

Come one, come all to a special peer mentoring session on wound care.  BScN student Juliana Jancas is ready to demonstrate, facilitate and answer all of your questions!
Don’t be disappointed, be sure to join us on March 3rd @ 1600 in room 2D05!