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Supporting nursing intra-professional collaboration: A framework designed by nurses for nurses
Nurses in Canada recognize that strengthening intra-professional collaboration can enhance our contributions to positive patient and health system outcomes. To support nurses to these ends, the National Framework for Nursing Intraprofessional Collaboration was created through pan-Canadian consultations with nurses from all designations (registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, nurse practitioners, and licensed/registered practical nurses) and domains of practice. The framework focuses on persons needing care, practice competencies, and nurses’ engagement with effective interprofessional collaboration. This webinar will show how the framework and core elements can guide nurses to reconcile the distinct and synergistic contributions of all nursing designations. We’ll also discuss how the framework can help develop the necessary competencies for optimal intra- and interprofessional collaboration.

Dec 5, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Sara Lankshear, RN, PhD
Professor @Georgian College
Dr. Sara Lankshear’s areas of research includes professional practice structures & roles, scope of practice, role clarity, and collaborative practice. She has extensive experience partnering with a wide variety of health care organizations who seek out her expertise and passion for creating systems-processes-practices that enable optimal professional practice and quality patient outcomes.
Dr. Jacqueline Limoges, RN, PhD
Professor @Georgian College
Dr. Jacqueline Limoges has completed many research projects and practice innovations to support quality patient care. She has explored inter and intraprofessional collaboration, how nursing education influences nursing practice and how nurses develop and use knowledge in clinical care. Jacqueline is also involved in ethics and is the vice chair of the Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board.