The 2009 PNEIG Award Winners

by Admin on June 1, 2009

in PNEIG Award Winners


Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group (PNEIG) Research Award
This award provides an opportunity to a Registered Nurse who is pursuing education at the Graduate or Doctoral level related to nursing education in an academic or clinic setting. Applicants must be members of PNEIG. 1 x $5,000

June MacDonald-JenkinsJune MacDonald-Jenkins
June MacDonald-Jenkins is a recognized hybrid course delivery elearning expert. As a nursing professor in the Durham College/UOIT BScN program and a Learning Technologies Facilitator for Durham College and the University of Ontario Institute Of Technology, she brings strong education experience to the team. She has spent the past 4 years researching the impact of simulation on learning; recently disseminating the results in regard to the amount of simulation required to impact teaching and learning. She is the recipient of the 2007 Elsevier Canada ResourceAward, which recognizes exemplary use of technology resources in the academic environment.

Provincial Nurse Educators Interest Group (PNEIG) Award ($1,500)
Shelley TryonShelley Tryon
Shelley has 18 years of emergency and teaching experience and continues to be a passionate learner. She has held positions as staff nurse, educator, manager, professional practice leader and faculty. Her ongoing continuing education has demonstrated the importance in striving to better oneself, and to help others. She always takes the opportunity for teaching moments’ at the bedside either with colleagues or with the patients themselves. Shelley is currentlyworking at Hamilton Health Science Centre in theERwhile completing her research.

Ann MoultonAnne Moulton
Anne Moulton is in her second year of the Masters in Nursing Program, Leadership in Health Policy Stream at Ryerson University.Anne completed her BScN with Honours from Ryerson University in 2007. Anne’s dedication, commitment and drive for patient advocacy have been evident throughout her many years of nursing practice. In addition to her full time position as Clinical Nurse Educator of a large Hemodialysis program, Anne is committed to lifelong learning as she plans to pursue her studies for a
PhD in Nursing. Anne is particularly interested in chronic disease management and advance care planning for end of life care.

Visit the The Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario (RNFOO) to learn more.

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