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The UOAConnection is a publi-

cation of the United Ostomy

Association of Canada Inc. This
bulletin is published 10 times a
year in both English and French
(future) to provide greater com-
munication to the chapters.
Limited funds only permit circu-
lation to chapter leadership who
are encouraged to share the in-
formation with their members by
including items of interest in
their newsletters.

United Ostomy Association of
Canada Inc.
344 Bloor St. West, Suite 501
Toronto, ON M5S 3A7
Email info1@ostomycanada.ca
FAX: 416-595-9924
TOLL FREE: 1-888-969-9698
Peter Folk
Ann Ivol
Stephen Maybee
Carol Wells
Ed Tummers
Ruth Kenney
John Molnar
Lorrie Pismenny
Andrea Manson
Rosemary Gaffray

Presidents Message
2 June 2014
Greetings all,
Saskatoon chapter is also holding their 40
anniversary this year with the main
event a river cruise up and down the South Saskatchewan River on June 17,
2014. Donna and I plan to attend. Congratulations Saskatoon!
Your UOAC board of directors met online on April 10, 2014. A great many
items were discussed. Major items approved include:
the start of the annual audit
distribution of the new services brochure
2016 conference location
UOAC has designed a new services brochure. Thanks to Ann Ivol, Andy Man-
son and Lisa Gausman for the great new look. The brochure is available now
and is free of charge to all chapters that would like one (or more). Please contact
the UOAC office to order yours today!
There are several new appointments that I would like to announce:
Angie Schickerowski as our new webmaster. She is designing a new
website which should be ready for the public to view in the next few weeks.
Andrea (Andy) Manson as our new leader of the Public Awareness/
World Ostomy Day/Canada Ostomy Day Committee.
Rosemary Gaffray as our new leader of the Bursary committee. We will
be announcing our bursary program in the next few weeks.
Mark your calendars now the 2
Annual Canada Ostomy Day will be held
the first Saturday in October, 2014. We extend an invitation to all chapters
across Canada to join in the Stoma Stroll Awareness Walk. We created a
twelve page procedure manual and have sent it to all chapter presidents. UOAC

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will set up the walk webpage for your city, provide you with posters, postcards and pledge sheets, provide you
with a certificate of insurance, and pay for approved expenses such as permits and first aid staff.
As well, we have continued with the Virtual Walk. What do I mean by a virtual walk? Well, if your chapter is
not hosting a Stoma Stroll, or if you are too far away to attend, you can still do a walk in your own commu-
nity. Simply go to the website: www.stomastroll.ca and look on the right-hand side and then click on Virtual
Walk. Then click on the link that says Register Now. You can ask your friends and family to support you
through email or social media, or there is a pledge form on the website that you can print out and distribute to
all your sponsors. What a great way to raise awareness and much needed funds to support the great things that
UOAC is planning in the next few years.
The board of directors will continue to hold monthly online meetings (usually a Saturday at 8:00 a.m. CST).
Any chapter president that is interested in sitting in as an observer is welcome. Please send an email to the of-
fice or me to get an invitation. Our next online meeting is Saturday, June 21.
Ive sent a letter to all Ontario chapter presidents announcing the formation of an ad hoc committee between
members of the United Ostomy Association of Canada and Ostomy Toronto to advocate for an increase in the
Assistive Devices Program (ADP) Grant. A petition was presented to the legislature before the election was
called. We are continuing to ask for signatures so that more petitions can be presented once the government
resumes sitting. The deadline for signing the petition is August 1
. They are available at most ostomy retailers
in Ontario. If your retailer does not have one, you can print one out from our website.
A great many chapters are doing fund-raising to support sending youth to UOAC Ostomy Youth Camp.
Ostomy Toronto members Jim Fitzgerald and Jason Boyd are embarking on a journey called GI J's - No Guts
No Glory 2 guys 2 ostomies 130 km race by paddling a canoe for 130 km. UOAC has been involved in their
fund-raising activities and have set up a fund-raising webpage at: http://ostomycanada.akaraisin.com/
nogutsnoglory. They have set an ambitious goal of $25,000 and are already 27% of the way there! You can
purchase bracelets on the website to show your support. We have also opened up the fund-raising website
so that anyone can register to be a participant. You do not need to paddle, just help spread the word and
help raise donations. Good Luck Jim and Jason!
Our upcoming biennial conference will be in St. Johns Newfoundland from July 31 to August 2, 2014. Our
conference administrator is Delilah Guy, conference chair is Carol Wells. The St. Johns and Gander chapters
are working together to put on a great conference. We hope to see you all there and take some time to tour
around the Rock and enjoy the unique experience that is Newfoundland. Conference and hotel registration
forms are already on our website, along with links to websites that show some of the other things you can go
see when you visit Newfoundland. The link is: http://ostomycanada.ca/events/biennial_conference_of_uoac
Again this year we will be asking for donations from individuals and chapters for raffle and auction items.
And we are asking chapters for advertisements or well wishes for the program book. Janet Paquet has agreed
to do the program book this year. The theme is Ostomates Connect on the Rock. Hope to see you there!
Peter Folk
President, United Ostomy Association of Canada Inc.

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Website/Social Networking
In 2011we had 660,359 hits from 19,160 unique visitors. During 2012, there were 728,083 hits on
our website by 27,019 unique visitors. During 2013, there were 513,260 hits on our website by
20,245 unique visitors.
For an online map of chapters and districts, click here: http://www.ostomycanada.ca/maps/map.html
If you have any comment on our website, please contact: Angie Schickerowski or Peter Folk through the na-
tional office email web@ostomycanada.ca
Our website is very popular, a great source of information and at least 6,350 other websites directly link to
ours. More and more people are using the Internet to get Ostomy information and our contact form is used
regularly to contact the office.

Item April
Unique web visitors (Year to Date) 15056
Number of Web Visitors (Year to Date) 24700
Web Hits (Year to Date) 391460
Facebook page likes 235
Facebook group members 535
Facebook Parents group members 48
Facebook 20/40 group members 15
Discussion Board members 67
Twitter Followers 224
LinkedIn group members 34
LinkedIn followers 16
Google+ Circle members 56
uoac1 group members 38
Blog followers (Includes Twitter and Facebook followers) 486
Blog Posts 72
Blog Hits 4597
Stoma Stroll Website Visitors 337
Stoma Stroll Unique Visitors 464
Stoma Stroll Website Page Views 1256
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Item April
Unique web visitors (Year to Date) 15056
Number of Web Visitors (Year to Date) 24700
Web Hits (Year to Date) 391460
Facebook page likes 235
Facebook group members 535
Facebook Parents group members 48
Facebook 20/40 group members 15
Discussion Board members 67
Twitter Followers 224
LinkedIn group members 34
LinkedIn followers 16
Google+ Circle members 56
uoac1 group members 38
Blog followers (Includes Twitter and Facebook followers) 486
Blog Posts 72
Blog Hits 4597
Stoma Stroll Website Visitors 337
Stoma Stroll Unique Visitors 464

We are now on Pinterest
Our website is being redesigned to give it a new look and
feel, and to make it mobile friendly. Look for some exciting
changes in the next few weeks and months!
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Carole Pew
Stephen Maybee
344 Bloor St. W., Suite 501
Toronto, ON M5S 3A7
Administrator: Andy Manson
Ann Ivol (Leader)
Delilah Guy (Member)
Lyn Atkins (Leader)
Corry Stewart Dorosh (Co-
Pat Cimmeck , Karen Lindsay
Delilah Guy, Jo-Ann Tremblay,
Rory Hornstein, RD, Julie
Singer, Karen Bruton RN BScN
MCISc-WH CETN(C),Shabita
Teja, Contacts from Hollister,
ConvaTec, Coloplast and Salts,
Current CAET President,
Contacts from Crohn's and
Colitis, Colorectal Cancer
Assoc., Bladder Cancer Canada,
Betty Woolridge (Leader)
Ann Ivol, Vacant (Members)
Pat Cimmeck (Camp
Lisa Gausman, Karen Spencer
Angie Schickerowski (Leader)
Andreja (Andy) Lampreht
Things to do in St. Johns, NL

The Battery is a small neighbourhood within the city of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Battery sits on the entrance to the harbour located on the slopes of Signal Hill. Sometimes de-
scribed as an outport within the city of St. John's. The area is noted for its steep slopes, colourful
houses, and its importance as a battery for the defence of St. John's Harbour in both World Wars.
The Battery is home to Chain Rock, a land outcropping to which a large chain and anti-submarine
boom were attached connecting to Fort Amherst in order to prevent the entry of German U-boats
into the harbour during World War II. Chain Rock is one of two rocks located on opposite sides of
the Narrows, Chain Rock on the battery side and Pancake Rock on the opposite. The space between
the two rocks is 174 metres. Chain Rock and Pancake Rock were used as early as 1770.
A defensive
chain was stretched between both rocks by means of a capstan at nightfall to prevent illegal entry of
enemy ships. During World War I the chain was replaced with anti-submarine nets.
Another historic property in the area is Anderson House located at 42 Powers Court in the Battery as
it is believed to be the oldest structure in the city of St. John's
Quidi Vidi Brewery
Amongst the tranquility, at the mouth of the harbour, sits Quidi Vidi Brewery Company. Formerly
Cabot Seafoods fish plant, the building has undergone extensive renovations. There are a number of
things that set this local brewery apart from the national breweries. The design and location of the
plant are deeply connected to the local roots of its founders.
Fondly referred to as The Gut by locals, Quidi Vidi Village is one of Newfoundlands best kept
secrets. Situated in the heart of St. Johns, this rustic and historic fishing village manages to escape
the hustle and bustle of the city. With its green spruce clapboard and white trim it looks comfortably
at home within the rustic surroundings of the village.
One of the brewerys distinct features is that we are brewing beer the way it was made over 30 years
ago. Head Brew master Roy Ralph explains Were brewing malt beer with all natural ingredients,
much like our forefathers did, but we have the added advantage of modern technology and state of
the art equipment.
Another significant difference at Quidi Vidi Brewing Company is the breweries open door policy.
Owners and staff encourage group calls to make arrangements for brewery tours and sampling.
We are always happy to showcase our brewery to anyone who has an interest in local business suc-
cess, good beer, and warm Newfoundland hospitality.
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Administrator: Ann Ivol
Ed Tummers (Leader)
Carol Wells, Lorrie Pismenny (Members)
Andrea Manson (Leader)
Ann Ivol, Steve Maybee, Ruth Kenney (Members)
Steve Maybee (Leader)
Peter Folk, UOAC Office (Members)
Peter Folk (Leader)
Ann Ivol (Member)
Ann Ivol (Leader)
Delilah Guy, Rosemary Gaffray (members)
Executive Committee (Leader)
Board of Directors, UOAC Office (Members)
Privacy Officer (Vacant)
John Molnar (Member)
Roger Ivol (Leader)
Jean-Pierre Lapointe (Quebec Rep),
Vacant (Pacific Rep),
Angela McGinn (Atlantic Rep), Gerard Dakiniewich
(Prairies Rep), John Molnar (Southern Ontario Rep
(Niagara; Brantford; Halton-Peel; Toronto; London),
Roger Ivol (South Ontario Rep (Hamilton; Stratford;
Kitchener-Waterloo; Windsor; Sarnia),
Richard Olley (North Ontario Rep)
Ed Tummers Administrator
Ruth Kenney (Leader)
Delilah Guy, Lorrie Pismenny (Members)
Donate to UOAC

We have signed up to receive donations online through Canada-
Helps.org. This is a handy way for you to make a donation without
even leaving the comfort of your computer chair. Simply visit our
website at: http://www.ostomycanada.ca/ and click on the image
that looks like this:

This will bring up a secure website that will allow you to enter
your credit card or PayPal information. Canada Helps will issue a
donation receipt right away and email it to you.
Have you set up your 2014 monthly donations yet?
Set it and forget it. Heres how:
1. Set up or log in to your CanadaHelps MyCanadaHelps account.
Remember that you need to save a credit card on file for
monthly donation!
2. Click the Monthly Giving tab.
5. Enter the details of your monthly donation.
Visit our donation page: http://www.ostomycanada.ca/donations
You can now donate to the United Ostomy Association of Can-
ada Inc. through PayPal
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Chapter Information on the Website
Did you know that our website www.ostomycanada.ca had over a half million hits last year? A lot of the visi-
tors visited the website to look for a support group in their area. Therefore, it is important that this information
be kept up to date! Make sure when sending the information in to the UOAC office that the chapters contact
information is current - phone number, email contact, newsletter availability, website, annual dues, meeting
dates and times. Visit our chapters page on our website at http://www.ostomycanada.ca/chapters and let the
UOAC office know via email if any of the information needs to be updated. Weve had at least one chapter
past president contact the office to tell us that the website still included their phone number instead of the cur-
rent president. Please check your chapters listing to make sure the updates have been done correctly!

Upcoming Events:
UOAC Youth Camp June 29 -- July 5, 2014
Conference in St. Johns, Newfoundland July 31--August 2, 2014
Annual General Meeting Delta Hotel, St. Johns, Newfoundland August 2, 2014
Stoma Stroll Awareness Walk in conjunction with Canada Ostomy Day Oct 4, 2014
Deadline to comply with Canadas Not-for-Profit Act October 17, 2014
Congress 2015 will take place on 24, 35 September 2015. The AQPS Ostomy and the Coalition Quebec-
Levis welcome you at the Hotel Plaza Quebec, Boul Laurier, Ste-Foy, Quebec. A training session will take
visitors Thursday, September 24, 2015. Further information will be provided regularly.
Note: If your chapter has an upcoming event that you would like added here or on the national website, please
email the details to Carol Wells through the national office email.
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Things to do in St. Johns

Signal Hill Tattoo is an internationally known award winning historical animation program. Each summer,
audiences thrill to the echo of the cannon, mortars and musket fire combined with the stirring tunes of the
Fife and Drum Band which beckons visitors to a bygone age of 19th Century British military might. Set atop
famous Signal Hill, the Tattoo portrays the garrison life and duties of His Majestys Royal Newfoundland
Regiment of Foot and the 27th Company-2nd Battalion-Royal Regiment of Artillery who endured the harsh
conditions of the Newfoundland Station in the late 1790s.
Since its inception in 1967, thousands of young men and women have profited greatly from the military
training they received as members of the Signal Hill Tattoo Historical Animation Program. More importantly,
these same people have contributed in great measure to their own communities from attributes instilled
through Tattoo training in leadership, citizenship and community involvement. Each summer upwards of
sixty five young men and women of high school age are employed and undertake an intensive training
program in the military tactics of a British Infantry Regiment. Commencing in early July, the Signal Hill
Tattoo is held each Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and features a military extravaganza of 18th
century British linear military manoeuvres.
Performances are Wed., Thurs., Sat., & Sun., - July & August. Weather Permitting 11am & 3pm

June, 2014
As you read this, hopefully your bags will be at least half-packed for the trip to St. Johns NL and the 14

UOAC conference.
Anticipate a great conference.
There are excellent speakers, wonderful banquets, colorful ceremonies, stellar people slated to receive na-
tional awards, and, of course, hospitality the likes of which you probably have never experienced.
Newfoundlanders are warm, welcoming folk. Thats because, being isolated at one end of the country, they
see so few people during the year that when someone new arrives on their shores, the visitors are showered
with affection and Newfoundland screech. That signature Newfoundland rum concoction alone will make
your trip worthwhile.
However, let me tell you about the Bertha Okun Lectureship speaker who will appear Friday August 1. It will
be a conference highlight.
American comedian, author, and national speaker Brenda Elsagher will make her second appearance at a
UOAC conference and, if the first time was an indication, she will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter,
yet leave you with a message that you can live happily ever after with an Ostomy.
Brenda brings a joyful message in the face of adversity. At age 39, Brenda was diagnosed with colorectal can-
cer which gave her an opportunity to re-evaluate her life, to have more adventure, deeper relationships, and
more fun.
Every day became important and every hour became a choice on how she wanted to live it. A small business
woman for many years, she pursued her love of comedy only to find out that it was keynote speaking that was
her passion and destiny.
Her second look at life helped her to begin college at age 42, where she discovered the love of writing. She
has since written several books, all dealing with a glimpse of life from the funny side. Brenda writes a humor-
ous medical column, a blog, and now texts regularly, a requirement made by two children in college.
Finish packing today! Come to Newfoundland and live it up with other ostomates and friends from across the
Theres still time to register, get a cheap flight, and have the wonderful conference experience you deserve.
AND - Dont forget to pack your Ostomy supplies in your carry-on.

Joel Jacobson
UOAC Annual General Meeting 2015
We are looking for a host chapter for the year 2015. If any chapter is interested, please contact the national
office for a Hotel Check List of the criteria required to host an Annual General Meeting. Also contact your
COSS representative for the Chapter Information
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Delilah Guy (Administrator)
Carol Wells ,St. Johns, & Gander Chapters
Pat Cimmeck (Leader)
Lisa Gausman (Member)
Andrea Manson (Leader)
Delilah Guy, Carol Wells, Lorrie Pismenny
Administrator: Steve Maybee
Steve Maybee (Leader)
Executive Committee (Member)
Andrea Manson (Leader)
Carol Wells, Andrea Manson, Roger Ivol, Steve
Manson, John Delaney (Members)
Rosemary Gaffray (Leader)
Roger Ivol, Andrea Manson, Rosemary Gaffray
Administrator: Carol Wells
Carol Wells (Leader)
Ann Ivol, Joel Jacobson, Lorrie Pismenny UOAC
Office (Members)
Lisa Gausman (Leader)
Lorne Aronson (Advertising), Elizabeth Lindner,
UOAC Office (Members)
Ann Ivol (Leader)
Joel Jacobson, Andrea Manson (Members)
Peter Folk, (Leader)
Angie Schickerowski (webmaster), Andrea Manson,
Lisa Gausman, John Molnar, Carol Wells
By-laws Update

The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act provides federal not-for-
profit corporations with a new set of rules that are modern, flexible
and better suited to the needs of today's not-for-profit sector. Our by-
laws committee is preparing a Special Resolution on Continuance
for approval of new articles and bylaws at the AGM in St. Johns in
When approved, this will allow Ostomy Canada to continue to func-
tion in much the same way as UOAC does now, subject to the new
If rejected, however, UOAC will lose its certification on October 17,
2014. To put it bluntly, voting NO means that you want UOAC to
shut down, close its doors and be out of business.
The proposed Bylaws, which have been reviewed by our legal advi-
sor, had been sent to each chapter president. On March 8, all inter-
ested parties attended an on-line conference to discuss the feedback
from the chapters. The minutes of that meeting have been circulated
to all chapters.
The Bylaws Committee reviewed the feedback of that on-line meet-
ing and drafted revised bylaws and they were accepted by the Board
at the April 12 online board meeting. The accepted revision of the
Bylaws are being circulated to all Chapter Presidents in advance of
the AGM package. The Board will then prepare the Special Resolu-
tion on Continuance and the required translations for distribution to
all Member Chapters with the AGM 2014 package. The 2014 Con-
ference Coordinator will include an information session to review the
Special Resolution before the vote at the AGM.

Ed Tummers, Bylaws Leader

Joke for Today

An elderly gentleman had serious hearing problems for a number of
years. He went to the doctor and the doctor was able to have him fitted for
a set of hearing aids that allowed the gentleman to hear 100%.
The elderly gentleman went back in a month to the doctor and the doctor
said, your hearing is perfect. Your family must be really pleased that you
can hear again.
The gentleman replied, oh, I havent told my family yet. I just sit around
and listen to the conversations. Ive changed my will three times!
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Surely there have to be men and women in your chapters who are doing all the little things that make the chap-
ter tick. Email Joel Jacobson, UOAConnection editor, through the national office email at
info1@ostomycanada.ca with their story.

2014 UOAC Conference in St. Johns

For those chapters that wish to send greetings in the program book, the rates are:
One full page --------------------------- $ 300.00
1/2 page --------------------------------- $ 150.00
1/4 page----------------------------------- $ 75.00
Business card size ----------------------- $ 30.00
One Line-----------------------------------$15.00


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of Member Chapters of the United

Ostomy Association of Canada Inc. will be held at the Delta St. John's Hotel, 120 New Gower Street, St.
John's, Newfoundland on Saturday August 2 , 2014 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and noon for the following
1. To receive the financial statement of the United Ostomy Association of Canada Inc. for the year ending
March 31, 2014,together with the Auditors' Report thereon.
2. To appoint auditors for the period for the ensuring year and to authorize the Directors to fix the
remuneration of the Auditors.
3. To review and approve Form 4031 Article of Continuance (transition)
4. To elect Secretary, Treasurer and one (1) Director
5. To review and approve By-laws, a by-law relating generally to the conduct of the affairs of Ostomy
Canada Society to conform to the new Not-for-Profit Act
6. To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting

Carol Wells
Secretary, UOAC

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Highlights of 2014 Conference St. Johns NL

United Ostomy Association of Canada Inc. 14th National Conference Highlights.
The Conference will be held at the Delta St. Johns Hotel , NL, July 31 to August 1-2, 2014.
The following are tentative schedules and prone to change.
Date: Wednesday, July 30, 2014:
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Conference Registration
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Board of Directors Meeting
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. COSS Presidents Chapters Meeting
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Meet & Greet Newfie Rock Night- Bridie Molloys Restaurant
Outside Delta Hotel Event-(a few minutes walk)
Sponsored by St. Johns and Gander Chapters & Lawtons Drugs
Date: Thursday, July 31, 2014:
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Conference Registration
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Grand Opening Ceremonies with Parade of Flags
Honorary Chairs greetings from both St. Johns & Gander Chapters
Keynote Address - Eli Baker, Lawyer
10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Rap Sessions by 3 ETS on Colostomy, Ileostomy, Pelvic Pouch & Urostomy
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Intimacy & Sexual Health - Nina Sandoval
12:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Awards Luncheon
2:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Ostomy Products Innovations by ConvaTec, Coloplast & Hollister
3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Grand Opening of Exhibits & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 20/40 session - Angie Schickerowski Moderator
Water: Are We Drinking Enough? - Susan McDonald
6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Coloplast Cocktails
6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Coloplast Evening

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Highlights of 2014 Conference St. Johns NL

Date: Friday, August 1, 2014:
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Conference Registration
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Free Exhibitors Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Exhibits Hall Open and Re-open from 12:30p.m.-2:00p.m.
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. By-laws Committee
20/40 Session Meeting
10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Bertha Okun Lectureship - Brenda Elsagher, Motivational Speaker
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch on your own
12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Raffle & Auction: Passport Prizes
2:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Bowel Obstruction/ Diagnostic Procedure/ Treatment- Dr. D. Pace
Gino Henry Speaker Topic: TBD
3:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Peristomal Skin Care - Lana Mah, RN. BN. ET.
3:15 p.mp - 4:00 p.m. Pediatric Ostomy Surgery - Dr. D. Price
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Advocacy on Ostomy Reimbursement- Filomena Servidio-Italiano
6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. ConvaTec cocktails
6:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Renaissance/Great Comebacks Award, Banquet/Live Entertainment

Date: Saturday - August 2, 2014:
7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Delegate Registration
8:00 a.m. -12:00p.m. National Council Meeting AGM
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. 20/40 Outside Event - TBA

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Highlights of 2014 Conference St. Johns NL

Date: Saturday August 2, 2014: (Continued)

SASO Outside Event - TBA
12:00 p.m. -1:00 p.m. Lunch On Your Own
1:00 p.m. 1:45 p.m. Diabetes and Ostomy Management - Carla Wells, RN. BN. ET. MSN. PHD
Effects of Chemo & Radiation Therapy on Ostomy Roxanne Rogers, RN.
2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Assistive Device Program (AD) Ostomy Toronto - Jim Fitzgerald
2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Spouses & Significant Other (SASO) Meeting - Betty Woolridge
FOWC Meeting - Lorne Aronson, FOWC President
2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Visitors Training Refresher Course Roger Ivol/COSS Coordinators
6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Hollister Cocktails
6:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Hollister Farewell Banquet/Live Entertainment

Date: Sunday, August 3, 2014:
8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. UOAC Board of Directors Meeting
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Optional Event - (On Your Own)
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