Have you ever wondered if there was a foot care practice group in your area? There are many incredible and helpful associations and groups across Canada. Once this website is populated with nurses, you’ll be able to see nurses who practice in your area province or state. If you are so inclined you could start your own practice group! Not only is it informative but it’s a great social experience!
I would love you to submit your practice group information! I will post the details so that nurses can find other nurses to share and help in practice issues! Please submit your groups info via this link, just click on it and it will take you to the page!:
Foot Care Nurses of Canada Facebook page: an informal facebook site for foot care nurses. Some posts are from as far away as the Philipenes! You must be signed into your facebook account to view this page.
Vancouver Island, BC
South Island Nursing Foot Care Associates – SINFA- Vancouver Island South, BC, Canada
SINFA is a group of nurses (over 50 members!) in Vancouver Island South, who meet monthly from Sept – May to discuss foot care issues and provide support to one another. There is a small membership fee to join and attend the local meetings. 250-413-3128 or email: email@example.com
Oceanside Foot Care Nursing Association
Service area includes: Comox Valley to Nanaimo and Gabriola Island
Parksville/Qualicum: 250 954 2265, Comox 250 897-1022, Gabriola Island: 250 247-9856
LPN Cafe: www.lpncafe.ca
“The LPN Cafe is a website dedicated to facilitating communication between BC’s Licensed Practical Nurses by providing an online community for access to nursing information that is hopefully clear, balanced and relevant.”
“The Manitoba Association of Foot Care Nurses (formerly known as the Certified Foot Care Nurses Interest Group) is a group of nurses dedicated to understanding the foot and how it functions in relation to the rest of the body. Nurses use this knowledge to promote optimal health to ensure Manitobans remain active members of their communities”
Provides practical and moral support Canada Wide to entrepreneurial foot care nurses. It is an interactive website for members and guests.
The Canadian Association of Foot Care Nurses is an organization formed by practicing Foot Care Nurses from across Canada. Their mission is to “is to advance the practice of foot care through a collaborative and networking process for all individuals providing foot care.” The CAFCN plans to create an avenue through CNA to create a certification process in Canada.
“Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing Certification Board created the Certified Foot Care Nurse (CFCN®) credentialing process in the USA.”