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Nursing leaders in the tri-specialty of wound, ostomy and continence.


Disability Tax Credit Brochure to Assist People Living with an Ostomy

Job posting: Alberta Health Services

Seeking Patient's Living with a permanent or temporary ostomy for a study- Understanding participants' experiences living with a stoma from rectal cancer

Job Posting: Mississauga VHA Home Healthcare

Career- London, Ontario

Upcoming Events

Turning Knowledge into Action
May 3-6, 2018
Victoria Convention Centre

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2016 ET Nurses Week Video Winner, Valérie Chaplain, Enterostomal Therapy Nurse at Montfort Hospital in  Ottawa, Ontario, shares the video for your viewing:

English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-O16UH3BAs&rel=0

Français: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6w5Rfmjncc

2016 ET Nurses Week video winners from Esterie


Welcome to the CAET Website

The CAET website is open to all visitors. We welcome comments and/or feedback through our contact us section.

The CAET acts in the public interest for Canadian Enterostomal Therapy Nursing Specialists to give national leadership in wound, ostomy and continence nursing. To achieve quality, specialized nursing care,we promote high standards for ET nursing practice, education, research and administration.

“Members Only” log in is required for online access to the CAET Members Library where CAET Members can regularly update their contact information  in the Membership Directory and access the CAET Discussion Forum. We invite you to become a member by clicking on “join”.

 The CAET members are encouraged to volunteer for a Core Program around which the association’s main initiatives are structured. The CAET Core Programs are as follows:

  1. National Conference Planning
  2. Research and Informatics
  3. Professional Development & Practice
  4. Political Action
  5. Marketing


Paulo DaRosa, RN, BScN, MClScWH, CETN( C)