CASN Council Meeting 2016 – Graduate Studies Forum

SPACES ARE LIMITED – Register today for the Graduate Studies Forum!

This meeting is 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.

Monday, November 14th, 2016

The day will begin with round table discussions on hot topics related to graduate nursing education!

THEME 1: Future of Nursing Faculty

These sessions will include a presentation by Amanda Vandyk on her research into the potential for a nursing faculty shortage at schools of nursing in Canada,  followed by a panel presentation on mentoring new faculty.,

THEME 2: Developing Successful Students

In this session, presenters will discuss two challenges facing graduate level students: how to generate research competencies at the master’s level when students are not completing a thesis; and how to support Doctoral students who struggle with writing competencies.

THEME 3:  Promoting Nursing Research

This session features a panel presentation on the nursing research funding crisis, and a look at what the current research priorities are, followed by a world café-style discussion to determine the major research priority areas for nursing. CASN will publish a briefing note on nursing research priorities from this work, so be sure to be present to help the Association determine future research needs in nursing education!

Ottawa Marriott Hotel
100 Kent St
Ottawa, ON K1P 5R7
Reservations:  1-800-853-8463

For more information or if you have any questions regarding the CASN Council Meeting please contact Elise Guest, via email or via phone (613) 235-3150 ext 37.