Frances Affleck, RN, MN, Canadian Certified Nurse Educator (CNE)

Lecturer

Nursing, Level B

I currently teach in the undergraduate program as Co-lead for Theoretical Perspective in Nursing: Complexities in Seniors Care and both the acute care and community clinical practice courses as well as the lab setting relative to clinical competencies. My key role in the community clinical practice setting is facilitating a broad range of community partnerships within which students can learn about various populations and engage in healthcare support and teaching. My current active partnerships are with Diabetes Canada, Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House ESL Conversation Club, Developmental Disabilities day program and Community Apartments and outreach programs such as Don’t Go Hungry, Evelyne Saller, Gathering Place and Union Gospel Mission.

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Scholarship: Publications and Presentations

Submitted for Publication: Social Constructs that Impact the Professional and Social Developmental Process of a Clinical Instructor. Frances Affleck

Roundtable Western & North Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Conference 2014. Building a Supportive Community for Clinical Teachers. Frances Affleck, Kathy Oflynn-Magee, Monica Swanson.

Dahlke S., Baumbusch J., Affleck F., Kwon J. (2012). The Clinical Instructor Role in Nursing Education: A Structured Literature Review. J Nurs Educ. 51(12) 692-696. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20121022-01 [link]

Poster Presentation Western & North Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Conference 2012. Social Constructs that Impact the Professional and Social Developmental Process of a Clinical Instructor. Frances Affleck

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