The 2022 Lunch and Learn Series, Presented by CASN’s Research & Scholarship Committee

Description

A popular tool in academia to encourage scholarship is the ‘lunch and learn,’ where faculty members come together during their lunch hour to share their work and network. Intended to serve as inspiration and a networking opportunity for participants, this webinar series, presented by CASN’s Research and Scholarship Committee, aims to recreate the collegial feel of the ‘lunch and learn’. Nursing faculty from across the country will have opportunity to dialogue on a scholarship project and discuss methodologies, successes and challenges they have encountered in their work.

The theme this year is Indigenous research and the objective is to develop a better understanding of methodological issues when conducting research with Indigenous Peoples.


Winter 2022

 

Date Presenter Title
Wedneday, February 2, 2022

12:00 -1:00 pm (Central Standard Time)

Dr Caroline Tait, University of Saskatchewan 

 

 

Métis data sovereignty: Challenges and opportunities 

 

 

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

12:00 – 1:00 pm (Central Standard Time)

Dr. Cary Miller,
University of Manitoba
Community engagement, building relationships, and data sovereignty: Research with Indigenous communities

 

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

1:00pm – 2:00 pm (NDT)

 

 

Erica (Samms) Hurley
Memorial Univeristy
 

Research, Methodological Approaches, and Indigenous People

Audience

Nurse educators, nurse researchers and nursing graduate students.

Objectives / Themes

  • To promote the development of the science of nursing and nursing education.
  • To build nursing research capacity.
  • To promote and foster scholarship amongst CASN members.
  • To support the development of nursing researchers and the nursing research community.

Delivery: Zoom

The webinar will be presented in English only.

If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Don Flaming, Senior Education Coordinator, at dflaming@casn.ca.