Sous-fonds SF10 - Nursing Education sous-fonds

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Nursing Education sous-fonds

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  • [1973-2010] (Creation)
    Nursing Education

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220.6cm textual records;
445 photographs;
56 negatives;
28 slides;
2 contact sheets;
11 CDs;
4 objects

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With the closing of the Children’s Hospital School of Nursing in 1969 and the subsequent closing of HSC’s School of Nursing in 1993. Nursing education had to be maintained through alternative resources. In 1993, through the work of Dr. Doug Kinley, Director of the HSC School of Nursing, the first Collaborative Nursing Baccalaureate Program in Manitoba was established, which was delivered under an affiliation agreement with the University of Manitoba Faculty of Nursing. The Program operated until 1997. From 1997 onward, during Dr. Joan Jenkins’ time as Director of Education and Research, an increasing emphasis was placed on nursing research. Thus, Dr. Jenkins responsibilities included the facilitation and support of research and keeping nurses informed about research activities that might affect patients in their care. The HSC Centre-Wide Nursing Education Program was established in 2003 through the leadership of Dr. Brenda Stutsky, Director of Nursing Innovation and Research, and is one of the first of its kind in Canada. As of 2011, Jannell Plouffe has stepped in as Director of Clinical Education, continuing to provide educational opportunities for nurses.

Custodial history

Records related to the Adult Intensive Care Nursing Program graduates were created by the WGH School of Nursing, until 1969, and eventually transferred over to the HSC School of Nursing by 1972.
Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Nursing Program records would have been created by the HSC School of Nursing. By 1993, both AICNP and NPCCNP records would have been transferred to the Director of Education and Research, Dr. Joan Jenkins (1989 – 1998). Records retained or created by the Director of Education and Research would eventually be transferred to the Director of Nursing Innovation and Research, Dr. Brenda Stutsky (1993 – 2011).
Binders containing records pertaining to collaborative AICNP, general information/history and the advanced clinical practicum were put in a storage room by Clinical Education and transferred to the Archives/Museum August 6th, 2014.
Records created and collected by Alice Dyna during her time as a Nurse Educator for the Intensive Care Unit were transferred in 2011.
Records collected by Judy Wiebe, Department of Nursing Innovation and Research, were transferred January 27th 2012.
Other records were collected by the School of Nursing Alumnae Association and transferred to the Archives in 2013.

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The Sous-Fond reflects the changes and developments in Nursing Education at HSC spanning from the 1960s to the late 2000s. It is arranged into twelve series: Adult Intensive Care Nursing Program, Neonatal and Pediatric Critical Care Nursing Program, Nursing week, Foundation Courses, Nursing Specialty Courses, Certification Courses, Children’s Hospital, Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program, Photographs, Artefacts, Electronic records and Miscellaneous.

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Created August 2014
Revised March 2016

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