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NICHE Conference 2014

Northern Innovation in Interprofessional Scholarship, Education and Practice

The inaugural Northern Interprofessional Collaborative in Health Education (NICHE) Conference was held on October 9 - 10, 2014 in Sudbury.

The goal of the conference was to strengthen and build NICHE as a pan-Northern Academic Consortium pursuing excellence in IPE and Collaborative Practice through fostering scholarship about interprofessional education and practice in Northern Ontario.

Conference Program & Presentations

Conference Program

Attitudes Towards Interprofessionalism Amongst NOSM Medical Undergraduate Learners
Krista Whitney , M.Sc.(OT), B.HSc., MD Candidate 2015, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Engaging Learners in Intentional Discussions Involving Interprofessional Education Competencies in a Uniprofessional Setting
• Gayle Adams-Carpino, MSW, RSW, Interprofessional Education Program Lead, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
• Justine Bertrand, MSc., OTReg.(Ont.), BSc.Kin, Interprofessional Education Program Lead, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
• Denise Raftis, MEd, RD, Program Manager, Northern Ontario Dietetic Internship Program, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

At the Intersections: Making Sense of Patient-Centred Care and Collaborative Practices
• Marion C.E. Briggs, BScPT, MA, DMan, Director, Health Sciences and Interprofessional Education, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Engaging Patients/Clients in Teaching: Embracing a Community-Engaged Approach
• Sue Berry, DipPT, BA, MCE Integrated Clinical Learning, Associate Professor - Division of Clinical Sciences, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
• Marion Briggs, BScPT, MA, DM, Director, Health Sciences and Interprofessional Education, Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Cross Cultural Nursing Experience in Ghana - Student Perspectives
• Karla Dozzi, RN, BScN, MN, Professor and Collaborative Program Manager, School of Nursing, Laurentian University
• Micaila Mahoney-Ashberry, Nursing Student, Laurentian University
• Catherine Rochon, Nursing student, Laurentian University
• Taija Kelly, Nursing student, Laurentian University

Simulation: Helping Make the Pieces Fit for Clinical Applications in Pharmacology
• Andrew Metcalfe, RN, BScN, MN, Faculty of Nursing, Sault College
• Nicky Kerr, RN, BScN, MN, Faculty of Nursing, Sault College
• Liz Ubaldi, RN, BA, BScN, MN, Faculty of Nursing, Sault College
• Angela Hyden, RN, BScN, MN, Faculty of Nursing, Sault College

The Use of Simulation in Maternal Child Nursing
• Laurie Peachey, RN, BScN, MN, PNC (c), Nursing Faculty, Collaborative Program, Canadore College and Nipissing University

Les enjeux d’échouer ou de ne pas échouer un étudiant lors d’un préceptorat : une étude multidisciplinaire.
• Sylvie Larocque, Ph.D. (Nursing) Directrice de l’école des sciences infirmières/Director of the School of Nursing, Université Laurentienne/Laurentian University
• Nadia Omri, B. Sc. Inf., M. Sc Inf. (en cours) Professeure à TP à l’école des sciences infirmières Université Laurentienne

Exploring the Issue of Failure to Fail in Professional Programes - NICHE

  • Integration
  • Interaction
  • Inquiry
  • Immersion
  • Inspiration