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2014 NICHE Conference

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

NICHE 2014 Conference Program

Presentations

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
• Sylvie Larocque, Ph.D. (Nursing) Directrice de l’école des sciences infirmières/Director of the School of Nursing, Université Laurentienne/Laurentian University