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Oral Histories 2009-2010

These oral histories were a continuation of the Sam Waller Museum’s initial multi-year oral history project conducted under curator Sharain Jones. It was felt that there were more stories out there in the community and additional community members were approached to share their memories. Sub-series consists of oral histories compiled by the Sam Waller Museum in 2009 – 2010. Records include paper transcripts, minidisks and CDs of interviews. Participants in these oral histories include Jack and Blanche Johnson, Bob Garand, Keith and Joyce Molyneaux, Gladys Thorne, Doreen Duncan, Lois McMurchy, Jack and Isabel Halcrow, Harry Ferland and Edward Lavalee.

Oral History Project, Year 4

Final years of the oral history project undertaken by the Sam Waller Museum by curator Sharain Jones. The final year (which took two years to complete, 2007-2009) of the oral history project focused exclusively on the previously under-represented in the community’s published history: the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Elders. Sub-series consists of oral histories compiled by the Sam Waller Museum in the fourth year of their oral histories project. Records include paper transcripts, minidisks and CDs of the interviews with Opaskwayak Cree Nation Elders. Participants for interviews were Rosina McGillivary, Barbara Constant, Flora and Malcolm Crane, Joe Young, Mary and Sheridan Lewis, Phillip Bignell, William George Lathlin, Myra Buck, Annabel Sanderson, Victoria Cook, Cornelius Constant, Irene Cowley-Personius, Mariam Martin, Henry Wilson, Irene Cook, Moses and Mabel Bignell, Cecilia Ross, Pat Personius, and Albert Cowley.

Advanced clinical practicum

Sub-series includes records which reflect the courses and content provided through the advanced clinical practicum. Records include syllabi, course modules, assignments and tests.

Nursing Education

Graduating classes

Sub-series includes all records pertaining to AICNP graduation. The records consist of graduation programs and Mosby book award recipient lists, as well as graduation photographs.

Nursing Education

Collaborative adult intensive care nursing program

Sub-series documents the courses and content provided through the Collaborative AICNP with the University of Manitoba and St. Boniface. Records include schedules, application request sheet, modules, syllabi, the program proposal, enrollment statistics and a department of nursing education policy handbook.

Course content primarily includes 90.324: principles of disease related to adult intensive care, 49.324: Adult intensive care nursing I, 49.325 HSC and 49.325 St.B: Laboratory practice in adult intensive care, 49.326 HSC and 49.326 St. B: Clinical practice in adult intensive care nursing: Adult Collaborative Program HSC and Adult Collaborative Program St. Boniface Hospital. However in 2006 course codes changed to Nurs 334: principles of disease related to adult intensive care, Nurs 3240: Adult intensive care nursing I, Nurs 3250: Laboratory practice in adult intensive care, Nurs 3260: Clinical practice in adult intensive care nursing and miscellaneous course handouts.

Reports

Sub-series documents the reports created regarding the AICNP.
Reports include the External Review of Critical Care Nursing Education Program Report to WRHA and the submission to the Manitoba Association of Register Nurses (MARN) regarding the AICNP

Nursing Education

Oral History Project, Year 3

Third year of multi-year oral history project conducted by the Sam Waller Museum under the guidance of curator Sharain Jones. Focus of the third year oral histories was “Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival”. Interviews coincided with Trappers’ Festival 2006, and supported the development of a related exhibit in 2007 which coincided with Trappers’ Festival 2007. Sub-series consists of oral histories conducted by the Sam Waller Museum during the third year of the museum’s oral history project. Records include paper transcripts, audio tapes, minidisks and CDs of interviews. Interview participants were Linda McFarland, Larry, Margaret and Kimberly Commodores, Donny Poulin, Evelyn and Edwin Jebb, Shauna Ponask, Ellie Marsh, Johanna McLauchlan, Joe Bochsler, Jock McAree, Lee Martin, Johanna Williamson, Vaughn Wadelius, Geoff and Rose Smith, Marion Cox, Mary Ilchyshyn, Jim Crockett, Olga Baschak, May Reader, Clem Jones, Joyce and Alan Clark, Ted Chartrand, Harold and Phyllis Kowalchuk, Walter Krivda, Ron and Wendy Chief, Sue Lambert, Ed Johanson, Bill Kaplanchuk, Paulette Aamot, Bill Otchenash, Martin Koshowski, Ahab Constant, Sonny Lavalee, John St. Godard, Willard Homen and Jack Fulmore.

Oral History Project, Year 2

Second year of multi-year oral history project undertaken by the Sam Waller Museum, overseen by curator Sharain Jones. The topic of the second year of this project was “Boomtown The Pas 1920-1940 – Moving North to Work”, with oral history interviews focused on labour opportunities in Northern Manitoba related to the railway, road, aviation, lumber, mining, fishing, trapping and agriculture. Sub-series consists of oral histories conducted by the Sam Waller Museum during their second year of their oral history project. Records include paper transcripts, audio tapes, minidisks and CDs of interviews. Interview participants were Jeannette Bernstrom, Marion and Ron Cox, Doug Goldstrand, Ron Hayes, Lorrie Hutton, Claude and June Joyal, Jack and Barbara Lamb, Greg Lamb, Sue Karpick, Curly Lapointe, John Martin, Peggy McCracken, Earl Nelson, Arthur Partridge, Arnold and Eunice Watts.

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