Nursing, Level B
My primary work is in the clinical and lab settings, supporting students in both the art and the practice of providing care to a variety of adult populations. I also facilitate seminars in various theoretical courses within the nursing program and the Interprofessional Education Program.
MN, Athabasca University
BSN , University of Victoria
Member, Emergency Nursing Group
Member, Gerontological Nurses Group of BC
I remain active in a casual position at Surrey Memorial Hospital in the Emergency Department
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
I teach in the undergraduate program in the medical/surgical clinical practice course and in the clinical competencies courses in the lab setting. I am also responsible for supervising the clinical groups in N430A Common Problems of the Frail Elderly in the community setting.