CASN publishes peer reviewed journal Quality Advancement in Nursing Education – Avancées en formation infirmière

(Ottawa, October 23, 2014) The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) and Certified Profile, North America’s leading background screening and compliance management solutions provider for colleges and universities, are proud to announce the publication of the first edition of Quality Advancement in NursingEducation – Avancées en formation infirmière, a bilingual, blind peer review journal, which addresses questions related specifically to quality advancement in nursing education... More

CASN Alternative Format Item Writing Webinar: Transitioning to the NCLEX-RN

Register Now!!CASN Alternative Format Item Writing Webinar: Transitioning to the NCLEX® -RN Two mini webinar series are being held in October and November 2014! Registration is now open!Following a survey of Canadian Schools of Nursing, CASN is responding to the call for opportunities for faculty to engage in writing NCLEX-RN type questions to help prepare their students! Due to the popularity of the August and September webinar series, CASN is pleased to offer two more opportunities to take the Alternative Format Item Writing Webinar... More

Nominations for CASN Board of Directors, Awards & Nominations Committee and Accreditation Bureau

ELECTIONS:Full Slate of NominationsNominations for CASN Board of Directors:  President-Elect (1)Treasurer (1)Director - Western North-Western Region   (1) Director - Ontario Region (2)Director – Quebec Region (2)Position descriptionsNomination Form for Board of Director Positions Nominations for Awards & Nominations Committee:Ontario Region (1) Quebec Region (1)   Position descriptionsNomination Form for Awards & Nominations CommitteeNominations for CASN Accreditation Bureau:  Accreditation Bureau – Bilingual Faculty Representative    (1)Position descriptionsNomination Form for CASN Accreditation Bureau More

Entry-to-Practice Public Health Nursing Competencies for Undergraduate Nursing Education

In 2012 CASN began a project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).  One of the project goals was to support the integration of current and relevant public health content into baccalaureate nursing education by creating core competencies that would detail the knowledge, skills, and attitudes new nurses need to learn in this particular area of health care... More
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