Date of Posting: October 24, 2017
Course Title: NURS 1512, 2520, 3511, 3512, 3513
Session: Winter Term
January 8, 2018 - April 6, 2018
Method of Delivery: Lakehead University School of Nursing requires part-time Clinical Instructors for the winter term, 2018. These positions are for clinical courses in Years I, II and III of the Collaborative and Compressed BScN programs.
NURS 1512 Relational Nursing Practice 2
Building on previously learned concepts students will apply the concepts of functional health patterns in laboratory and clinical settings. Within clinical experiences, students will apply the principles, concepts, and theories that promote the health and comfort of clients.
NURS 2520 Relational Nursing Practice 4
Provides the student with the opportunity to apply the nursing process in working with adults with altered health states. Students are expected to provide nursing care that supports clients as they progress towards self-management of their health and wellness.
NURS 3511 Relational Nursing Practice 5
Students will complete clinical practice in either childbearing OR child/youth settings, focusing on holistic assessments to recognize normal variations and deviations in these populations, and strategies to promote/protect health.
NURS 3512 Relational Nursing Practice 6
Provides opportunities to apply the nursing process to adults with acute and/or chronic mental illness conditions. The emphasis of this experience is the continued application of previously learned and newly acquired knowledge and skill in the lab and clinical environment. Students are expected to provide holistic nursing care that supports the rehabilitation of clients as they move towards self-management of their health.
NURS 3513 Relational Nursing Practice 7
Allows students to examine health-affecting conditions in older adults more specifically, including causative factors and broad approaches to preventing and intervening in harmful conditions and addressing them if they occur. In clinical experiences with older adults, students will employ knowledge as they respond to the comprehensive and holistic needs of older adults both as individuals and as a population.
Preferred Qualifications: The successful applicant must be a Registered Nurse with recent clinical experience in the area of clinical practice. Current unrestricted registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario is required. Previous teaching is an asset.
Applications should include: Application packages should include, in a single PDF document: Cover letter, current CV, student evaluation of teaching (if previous teaching experience), and the names of three (3) references.
Send Applications to:
Name, Audrey Drebit
Closing Date: Friday, November 10, 2017
Position is subject to budgetary approval.
Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.