Senior Instructor Emeritus
UBC School of Nursing
T201 2211 Wesbrook Mall
Canada V6T 2B5
BSN , University of British Columbia
MSN , University of British Columbia
Honours & Awards
CRNBC AWARD for Excellence in Nursing Education ( Sept 1015)
Presidents Advisory Committee on Student Discipline
Professional interests are in the area of cardiac care and aspects of health promotion within community health. She has worked on community projects in relation to adolescent health issues, specifically an adolescent tobacco reduction and awareness group.
Participation in various activities relating to orienting high school students about potential careers in nursing.
Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed
Ricci, J, & Tenn, L. (1991). Video tapes: Sociocultural forces in the community; Health Promotion Programs in the community; Teaching/Learning; Crisis Intervention. N.335, UBC Access.
Ricci, J., & Smith, S. (1984). Psychomotor Skills Manual. Revised 1985, 1986.
Ricci, J., Tsai, L., & Hemming, L. (1978). Administration of eye medications. Videotape - 20 minutes. Biomedical Library, Health Sciences Centre, U.B.C.
Ricci, J. (1977). Preparing you for your operation. Slidetape - 15 minutes. Education Library, Vancouver General Hospita
Joanne Ricci is a tenured Senior Instructor at the UBC School of Nursing. She received her BScN and MSN from UBC and has been teaching at UBC since 1977. She has taught in various areas of nursing during her time at UBC from basic skills, maternity, surgical, Post RN and for the past 20 years in population and public health. Joanne has not only demonstrated expertise in the area of public health but is also an exemplary clinical instructor and has been instrumental in supervising masters and Nurse Practitioner students. She was recently awarded (2014/2015) the CRNBC Award of Excellence in Nursing Education.
With a colleague, Joanne has developed several flexible learning initiatives and included them into her repertoire of classroom teaching which have been well received by the students and well regarded by her colleagues. These new innovations will be presented at several conferences during the summer of 2015.
Joanne has developed strong relationships with her partners in the community and has contributed to countless hours on many committees and boards. Her passion for health promotion and illness prevention of infant children and youth is evident in all aspects of her work.