Community health nursing education is a fundamental component of the generalist preparation of a baccalaureate nurse. Quality learning is essential to be adequately prepared with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to promote the health of clients as individuals, families, groups, communities and populations, and meet entry-to-practice public health nursing competencies. This three week course encompasses theoretical foundations and clinical education in community as context and community as partner. Course themes include: exploring community health nursing curriculum guidelines; enhancing teaching learning strategies; identifying educational resources available; and recognizing challenges and solutions for quality learning.
Audience: Nurse educators
Delivery: Online (Adobe Connect & Moodle)
Timeframe: 3 weeks
Participate in the online webinars each week and successfully complete assessment activities.
Please see our complete academic policies online at cnei-icie.casn.ca/about/cnei-policies
This course is available in English only.
If you have any questions or would like more information about the course, please contact Jessica Pearce Lamothe, CASN Professional Learning Development Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-235-3150 ext. 133.