Painted by CRAB team member and recent alumna, Skye Maitland

CRAB Project

23 Nov 2018

On November 19th, we were thrilled when a number of alumni joined our first term students as volunteer actors in a workshop entitled ‘Forum theatre & Cognitive Rehearsal to Address Bullying (the CRAB project)’. RN alumni played the part of an RN and a Clinical Instructor in a hospital-based scenario to help prepare students to manage this ongoing phenomena. Having RNs present was the highlight for students. Thank you to all!       

Kathy O'Flynn-Magee

 


The C.R.A.B. Project
Cognitive Rehearsal (& Forum Theatre) to Address Bullying

"...when someone takes an action that [they] knew or reasonably ought to have known would cause that [person(s)] to be humiliated or intimidated..."

WorksafeBC (2016)

Witnessed/Experienced bullying? Not sure who to talk to?

LEVEL 1

     Meet with a UBC Faculty or Staff member (such as Clinical Instructor, Course Leader, Program Coordinator, Student Advisor, Assistant Director). No further action required.

LEVEL 2

     As above and no further complaint action required but student requires further support from Student Advisor or UBC Counselling or resources.

LEVEL 3

     Formal complaint in writing to SoN leadership - Assistant Director and Director. Follow-up support required.

LEVEL 4

     External to SoN including Human Rights Advisor, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office (SVPRO) or Ombudsperson.

The process can be initiated at any level.

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