DISCUSSION ON THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION AT CASN COUNCIL
An excellent opportunity for ALL nursing administrative leaders and faculty to learn about issues facing nursing education, and to collaborate with other nurses in Canada. Each member school is invited to bring associate/assistant deans and directors and faculty members, in addition to the voting dean/director to the Council meeting.
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Future of Nursing: New Roles and Expectations
Undergraduate programs are charged with preparing nurses to work in the healthcare system in which they will enter practice. This panel will explore current and expected changes to the Canadian healthcare system. Topics to be explored are RN prescribing, Nurse Navigator Role and assisted death.
Truth and Reconciliation Report – What It Means to Nursing Curricula
In June 2015, the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission released the much-anticipated final report and findings of their six-year long mission to understand the impact that the residential school system had on the children who attended these institutions. Within the report, the Commission made a series of recommendations which pertain to the health of Canada’s Aboriginal populations.
Join us on Wednesday, November 16th to hear from faculty members across Canada on how to integrate the calls to action into undergraduate nursing education.
Approaches to Curriculum Revision
Undergraduate nursing curricula is often being revised to keep pace with the evolving landscape of education and practice. Panelists will give their experience revising and developing undergraduate nursing curricula at programs from across Canada.
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For more information or if you have any questions regarding the CASN Council Meeting please contact Elise Guest, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone (613) 235-3150 ext 37.