Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

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Nursing Education for the Practice Setting: Design, Delivery and Facilitation

Winter 2020

10 week course

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  • Course Description

    This 10-week on-line course focuses on the practical application of theory and evidence on design, delivery and facilitation of nursing education in the practice setting. The course will include:

    • development of learning needs assessments for individuals and groups;
    • creation of learner centred goals and objectives;
    • incorporation of diverse approaches and techniques for educational program design and delivery; and
    • consideration of practical and operational needs for delivery of educational programs.

    Course Objectives

    By the end of this course participants will be able to:

    1. Design a learning needs assessment to explore a specific educational issue.
    2. Develop appropriate goals and objectives for learners.
    3. Utilize evidence and theory to develop and deliver clinical education programs.
    4. Design an educational plan to address a specific learning need in the clinical setting.
    5. Develop and present an educational tool for use within an identified educational program.
    6. Describe opportunities and challenges for the design, delivery and facilitation of education in the practice setting.

    Please Note:  This is one of three required courses for the “Certificate in Nursing Education for the Practice Setting” (Not-for-credit). It may be taken as a “stand alone” course however, if taken as part of the certificate, all three required courses must be completed within a two year period. The other two courses are:

    Audience

    Nurses and health professionals with an interest in nursing education in the practice setting. This course will be of importance to those who have current responsibilities for nursing education and/or professional practice as a component of their roles who wish to enhance their knowledge, as well as, for those considering a role in nursing education as a career opportunity.

  • This course is offered as a fully on-line asynchronous course through the University of Toronto’s Learning Management System (Quercus). In each of the 10 weeks of the course participants are expected to view a one-hour e-learning module, review required readings, and actively engage with the course material by participating in a weekly learning activity or completing a written assignment.

    • Learning activities – There are 6 short learning activities which include: Posting responses to 1-2 questions in the learning portal and then engaging in on-line discussion with other participants; or searching for resources/examples from practice and posting a short summary for peers.
    • Assignment – There is one written final assignment required in the course (Develop an Educational Program Plan). Participants will work on the assignment throughout the 10-weeks in short segments. The segments will then contribute to a culminating graded submission due at the end of the course.

    Grading for this course is on a pass /fail basis. In order for participants to receive a grade of “pass” they must obtain a final minimum average of 70% in the course based on all evaluation methods. It is anticipated that participants will need to allocate at least 6-8 hours per week to complete the required components of the course. Please note for this course the week runs from the Wednesday to the Tuesday evening following.

    Weekly Progress Learning Module Topics Evaluative Components
    SECTION 1: ASSESSING AND PRIORITIZING LEARNING NEEDS
    Week 1
    • Introduction to course
    • Developing and conducting learning needs assessments
    Discussion Board Post
    Week 2
    • Examining types of learning needs assessments
    • Prioritizing learning needs
    Discussion Board Post
    SECTION 2: APPLYING THEORY INTO PRACTICE FOR THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND FACILITATION OF EDUCATION PROGRAMS
    Week 3
    • Developing goals, objectives and outcomes
    Culminating Assignment – Part 1: Learning Goals Objectives and Outcomes
    Week 4
    • Review of instructional design models and approaches
    • Modes of Delivery 1: Instructional Design
      • Traditional methods of teaching
    Culminating Assignment – Part 2: Peer Assessment
    Week 5
    • Modes of Delivery 1: Instructional Design
      • Active Learning Strategies
    Discussion Board Post
    Week 6
    • Modes of Delivery 2: Working with Groups
      • Working with Professionals, Patients, Families, Communities
    Discussion Board Post
    Week 7
    • Modes of Delivery 3: Working with Individuals
      • Supporting learners to develop learning goals and objectives
      • The “at risk” learner
    Discussion Board Post
    SECTION 3: PRACTICAL AND OPERATIONAL NEEDS FOR DESIGNING, DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING EDUCATION IN THE PRACTICE SETTING
    Week 8
    • Using evidence to inform content and delivery
    • Working with experts
    • Using web-based resources
    • Team teaching
    Culminating Assignment – Part 3: Audiences, Strategies and Evidence
    Week 9
    • Supporting formal academic student learning experiences
    Discussion Board Post
    Week 10
    • Education in a fast-paced environment
    • Strategies for sustaining learning
    Culminating Assignment – Part 5: Education Plan (Final)

     

  • Faculty

    Erica Cambly RN, MN, CCNE Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto Erica Cambly is an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto. Erica has been a nurse for over 20 years and has been involved in formal education for the past 10. She completed her Master of Nursing degree at the University of Toronto and recently became a Canadian Certified Nurse Educator (CCNE) through the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing. Currently, Erica is the 1st year coordinator in the undergraduate program and co-leads the simulation team. Her teaching interests include using gamification and simulation to enhance skill acquisition and competence development in undergraduate students. Erica regularly presents this work at conferences pertaining to teaching and learning or healthcare education.

    Leigh Andrews RN, MN, PNC(C), CTDP Advanced Practice Nurse for the High Risk Birthing Unit and the High Risk Obstetrics at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Leigh Andrews is the Advanced Practice Nurse for the High Risk Birthing Unit and the High Risk Obstetrics at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. She graduated from Athabasca University with her Master of Nursing and has been an obstetrical nurse for 25 years.  She has been instrumental in the development of innovative education sessions and quality initiatives including a model of care of combining critical care and obstetrical nursing for acutely ill pregnant women. She is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto and holds a Level 1 Critical Care Nursing Certificate with honours from George Brown College. She is a Simulationist (SIM-one), NRP and FHS instructor. Special areas of interest include case management of medically complex pregnant patients, informatics and simulation.

  • Registration Details

    Fees

    Early Bird price (ends March 7, 2019) $765 + HST
    Regular price (starting March 8, 2019) $850 + HST
    U of T Nursing Alumni save 15%* $725 + HST
    U of T Nursing Adjunct and Status Faculty save 15%*** $725 + HST
    U of T Nursing Current Student save 50%**** $425 + HST

    Site Groups

    A group discount rate is available for site groups of three or more people. For details please contact pd.nursing@utoronto.ca.

    Please Note

    • Registration is limited.
    • Advanced registration is required. You must register by March 27, 2019. No on-site registration at the event.
    • *U of T Nursing Alumni discount is available to participants who hold a BScN, MN, PMNP Diploma, MScN or PhD from the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto.
    • ***U of T Nursing Faculty discount is available to participants who hold a current faculty position, a clinical instructor position, an adjunct appointment or a status appointment to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto
    • ****U of T Nursing Current Student discount is available to participants who are currently completing their BScN, MN or PhD at the Lawrence. S Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing.
    • Applicable taxes (13% HST) will be added to the registration fees.
    • Refund Policy – To withdraw from the course and receive a refund, your written request must be emailed to pd.nursing@utoronto.ca by March 7, 2019. No refunds will be given after this date. All refunds are subject to an administration fee of $100 + tax. As an alternative, a colleague may attend in your place. Please send your substitution request at least 7 days before the course.
    • Course Cancellation Policy – The university reserves the right to cancel courses due to unavailability of instructors, facilities or insufficient enrollment. Decisions on course cancellations are made at least 15 calendar days prior to the course starting date, so early registration is recommended. If you enroll in a course that is subsequently cancelled, you may transfer to another section of that course if an alternative is available; or you may receive a full refund of the fee and tax you paid to the University of Toronto. We are not responsible for travel arrangements, travel fees, or any expenses incurred by you.

    Payment method options

    Individuals

    You have two payment options if you are an individual registering for this course:

    1. Register online with a credit card.
    2. Register by mail with a certified cheque or money order.

    Site Groups

    If you are registering on behalf of a site group of three or more people and want to take advantage of the special discounted price please contact pd.nursing@utoronto.ca.


    Credit Card:

    You can register and pay online with a credit card.


    Certified cheque or money order:

    You can register and pay by mail.

    Step 1: Type your information onto the online form and then print the page (i.e. don’t click “Confirmation and Payment”. Don’t pay by online credit card).
    Step 2: Obtain a certified cheque or money order payable to “University of Toronto” for the registration fee plus 13% HST. No personal cheques. No debit cards.

    Fees (including HST)

    Early Bird price (ends March 7, 2019) $864.45 incl HST
    Regular price (starting March 8, 2019) $960.50 incl HST
    U of T Nursing Alumni save 15%** $819.25 incl HST
    U of T Nursing Adjunct and Status Faculty save 15%*** $819.25 incl HST
    U of T Nursing Current Student Faculty save 50%**** $480.25 incl HST
    Step 3: Mail the paper registration form with payment (no personal cheques, no cash, no credit cards, no debit cards) to:

    Centre for Professional Development Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto Suite 130, 155 College Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1P8

    Step 4: When we receive your registration form we will email a confirmation notice.
  • Date and Location

    April 3 – June 12, 2019

    10 week course

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    Delivery Format: Online

  • Contact Us

    Email: pd.nursing@utoronto.ca
    Website: bloomberg.nursing.utoronto.ca/pd
    Phone: (416) 978-1784
    Address: Centre for Professional Development (PD) Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto 155 College Street, Suite 130 Toronto, ON  Canada M5T 1P8

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