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Real Life Stories

Learning About Microbes in an Active Learning Classroom

Published May 19, 2013  |  Nursing

Priscila Castillo-Ruiz Teacher, Champlain College - Campus Saint-Lambert

I have been working with Joan Kearvell and Isabelle Menard to develop a series of activities that mimic microbial-related infections, so that nursing students get to apply their conceptual knowledge to real life situations. Although two of us teach at Champlain College’s Saint Lambert campus and the third at the Lennoxville campus, we have been working together on a SALTISE mini-grant.

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A Devil’s Advocate for IT

Published April 17, 2011  |  Nursing

Judith Findlay Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

The Nursing Department at John Abbott College is now using two nursing simulators or manikins as part of a program to encourage the use of information technology. The hardware, however, is only part of the equation. Teachers need institutional support to adapt to the changes that are happening around them.  

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Platform Series: Moodle

Published February 13, 2011  |  Nursing

Lyne Maillet Teacher, Collège de Maisonneuve

Lyne Maillet of Collège de Maisonneuve has written the last in our short series of stories on Learning Platforms for Winter 2011. The management and moderation merits of the Moodle platform particularly in relation to their usefulness in intensive continuing education courses are discussed by this teacher and department coordinator of Nursing Technology.

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Use of High Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education

Published April 21, 2013  |  Nursing

Gloria Jaramillo Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College
Lyne de Palma Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

In order to help their students further develop, refine and apply knowledge and skills in a realistic clinical situation, the Nursing Department at John Abbott College made a commitment to invest in high fidelity simulation. These simulators are computerized, interactive, life sized manikins that can be programmed to provide realistic patient response and outcomes to nursing care.

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Clinical Simulations In Nursing: Debriefing and Development Of Students’ Clinical Judgement Abilities

Published October 12, 2017  |  Nursing

Yvon Brunet M. Éd. Teacher, Cégep de Sainte-Foy

The project of clinical immersion simulation at Cégep de Sainte-Foy came into being following the withdrawal of the ECOS (Examen clinique objectif structuré) that the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec used for the licensing exam. This exam served to assess the clinical judgement of graduating students in practical situations. Our department also used scenarios of the ECOS from previous years to assess the students at the end of each session while at the same time allowing them to prepare for the licensing exam at the end of their college courses.

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Develop a Project with the CCDMD? Nursing and Physics Teachers Tell Their Stories

Published February 8, 2016  |  Nursing

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

Since 1993, the Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development (CCDMD) has accompanied college network teachers wishing to develop educational material projects (print-based or computer-based productions that are useful for teaching and learning). Each year, the CCDMD invites teachers to submit their projects. To give you an idea of what developing a project with CCDMD entails, we are presenting 2 cases of teachers who have been through the process. It’s also an opportunity for our readership to learn more about 2 very interesting pieces of educational material!

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A New IT Experience from a HAL with a Difference

Published January 31, 2010  |  Nursing

Judith Findlay Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

HAL is the name of a full size mannequin simulator for nursing and paramedic students at John Abbott College. HAL allows students to experience situations in a safe and nonthreatening setting, promoting integration of theoretical knowledge and practical skills development.

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Real Life Stories

Published October 12, 2017

Clinical Simulations In Nursing: Debriefing and Development Of Students’ Clinical Judgement Abilities

Yvon Brunet M. Éd. Teacher, Cégep de Sainte-Foy

The project of clinical immersion simulation at Cégep de Sainte-Foy came into being following the withdrawal of the ECOS (Examen clinique objectif structuré) that the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec used for the licensing exam. This exam served to assess the clinical judgement of graduating students in practical situations. Our department also used scenarios of the ECOS from previous years to assess the students at the end of each session while at the same time allowing them to prepare for the licensing exam at the end of their college courses.

Nursing

Real Life Stories

Published April 21, 2013

Use of High Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education

Gloria Jaramillo Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College
Lyne de Palma Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

In order to help their students further develop, refine and apply knowledge and skills in a realistic clinical situation, the Nursing Department at John Abbott College made a commitment to invest in high fidelity simulation. These simulators are computerized, interactive, life sized manikins that can be programmed to provide realistic patient response and outcomes to nursing care.

Nursing

Articles

Published February 8, 2016

Develop a Project with the CCDMD? Nursing and Physics Teachers Tell Their Stories

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

Since 1993, the Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development (CCDMD) has accompanied college network teachers wishing to develop educational material projects (print-based or computer-based productions that are useful for teaching and learning). Each year, the CCDMD invites teachers to submit their projects. To give you an idea of what developing a project with CCDMD entails, we are presenting 2 cases of teachers who have been through the process. It’s also an opportunity for our readership to learn more about 2 very interesting pieces of educational material!

Nursing