Summary: The CASN Mental Health Interest Group is pleased to present the webinar: The Recovery Narrative Assignment: Connecting Lived Experience and the Undergraduate Mental Health Competencies.

This free webinar will be of particular interest to anyone working in the Canadian healthcare system, educators who cover mental health issues in their courses or clinical placements, and students.

Panel Speakers

Dr. Arlene Kent-Wilkinson, RN, CPMHN(C), BSN, MN, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan

Jane Karpa, RPN, MMFT, PhD (c), Assistant Professor, Brandon University, Faculty of Health Studies –Department of Psychiatric Nursing

Moderator

Dr. Gerri Lasiuk, RN, PhD, Certified Mental Health/Psychiatric Nurse (C), Co-Chair – CASN Mental Health Interest Group, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan


 As simulation-based education has grown as an accepted method of teaching in nursing education, so too has the need for structured and meaningful debriefings. Debriefing is
an integral and critical part of the simulation-based learning process, in this webinar we will explore the methods of debriefing and give participants a selection of usable tools and strategies
that they can use to create their own debriefing toolboxes.

CASN is pleased to have Dr. Judeline Innocent, Romie Christie and Tanya Condo present this timely webinar addressing the stigma that is too often associated with the presentation of mental health issues within our health care system and country more broadly. Our guest speakers will share both their professional and personal perspectives as they highlight ongoing research, resources available, and the value of peer support and hope to those living with mental health issues. 

This webinar will be of particular interest to anyone working in the Canadian healthcare system, and educators who cover mental health issues in their courses or clinical placements


How are you and your school managing simulation and all the ways it can change how you work and what you do?  The CASN Simulation Interest Group is very pleased to have leading simulation experts, Colette Foisy-Doll andDr. Kim Leighton present this timely webinar describing their work on organizational readiness. We will also hear about their work with an organizational culture readiness tool, Simulation Culture Organizational Readiness Survey (SCORS) and its application to practice.