Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario PNEIG Award Winners 2014

by Admin on November 10, 2014

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Registered Nurses' Foundation of Ontario PNEIG Award Winners 2014

We are pleased to share with you the names of the winners of the Provincial Nurse Educators’ Awards presented by the Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario at their gala on May 7, 2014.

leighLeigh Chapman is currently in her third year of the doctoral program at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto. Leigh’s research will examine the assessment of health professionals’ competence in health care organizations. Her goal is to explore workplace-based competency assessment and roles of those who assess competence and support ongoing competency development. As a full-time doctoral student, Leigh works part-time at the faculty as a Teaching Assistant in the Graduate Program and Education Specialist in the Centre for Professional Development. Leigh is also a research fellow at The Wilson Centre.
Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group Award

jenniferJennifer Mohaupt has enjoyed teaching nursing students for several years at Conestoga College. Her involvement as a faculty advisor for an active extracurricular, inter-professional group has led to a profound interest in understanding inter-professional relationships. In her pursuit of knowledge, Jen is currently enrolled in her PhD in the Leadership in Nursing Education stream at Western University. Her research goal is to develop a grounded theory explaining the interactional processes between and among first responders and healthcare providers in emergency situations. She hopes that this work will help to inform educational and policy directions that will promote teamwork in these areas.
Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group Award

pingPing Zou is a doctoral student at the Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto. Her doctoral research is a randomized controlled trial to test the feasibility and potential effects of Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension and Sodium (Na) Reduction for Chinese Canadians (DASHNa-CC) in a community setting. DASHNa-CC is a culturally sensitive dietary educational intervention incorporating the DASH diet, sodium reduction and the food therapy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Targeting Chinese Canadians, this intervention will be delivered to a Chinese Canadian community by a nurse in Mandarin. This study will contribute to scientific evidence of culturally sensitive care and guide design of dietary educational interventions for minority populations in community settings.
Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group Research Award

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