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Complete Nursing Rounds PLAYLIST
Feb 26 2019 | NEW METHODS with OLD DATA: Getting RCT-level rigour for population health interventions without the RCT
Oct 23 2018 | Cannabis Backgrounder for Nursing Practice in a Shifting Policy Landscape
May 22 2018 | Developing Collaborative Practitioners
Apr 24 2018 | Primary Health Care for All: What Nursing Contributes Matters
Feb 27 2018 | Building and sustaining effective community collaborations for participatory research approaches
Feb 2 2018 | Undergraduate Nursing Students' Experiences of Mental Health Practicum
Oct 23 2017 | Family Councils in BC: From Individual to Collective Advocacy in Long-term Care
Apr 25 2017 | The Impact of a Federal Prison Project on Tsilhqot'in Communities in BC: Moving Beyond Gratitude to "Helping our Men Inside"
Mar 28 2017 | Reclaiming Our Spirits
Jan 24 2017 | Virtual Reality as an Adjunct Therapy for Chronic Pain
Dec 6 2016 | Shaping the future of nursing in BC: The role of the Chief Nursing Advisor
May 24 2016 | The Synergy Model
Apr 26 2016 | Challenges in End of Life Care in the Context of Physician Assisted Death: Empirical, Ethical, and Policy Reflections
Mar 22 2016 | Simulation: Imagining the Future of Health Care Professional Development
Complete Research Toolbox PLAYLIST
Nov 16 2022 | Ethics for Educational Nursing Research
Mar 2, 2021 | IRP for Grant Managers
May 22 2019 | Graduate Funding Strategies for Nursing Students
May 14 2019 | Usability Testing: Why and how every project can benefit from user feedback
Mar 19 2019 | Tools for Educational Research: Effective approaches to TLEF projects
May 24 2018 | Doctoral Funding Workshop
Feb 1 2018 | Undergraduate Nursing Students' Experiences of Mental Health Practicums: Findings from a Qualitative Narrative Inquiry Study
Jan 18 2018 | Qualitative Research: What it is, How we can help
Oct 16 2017 | Social Media Strategy for Researchers
Jun 19 2017 | Film Making for Researchers
Apr 3 2017 | Framing Your Research for Media Coverage
Mar 24 2017 | Research Posters & Presentations Made Simple
Nov 2 2016 | HR for Researchers
Jun 7 2016 | Framing your Research for SSHRC
School of Nursing Dialogues
CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series
Complete CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Playlist
Jan 25 2018 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Champions of Cultural Safety
Nov 21 2017 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Still Here: A photovoice investigation of suicidality among Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirit adults
Oct 3 2017 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - The ethics of honoraria for research participation: Lessons learned from the field
Sep 20 2017 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - From prison to plate
Jun 14 2017 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Engaging with Critical Theoretical Perspectives in Nursing Research, Practice and Policy
Apr 7 2017 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - The Political Theory of Possessive Individualism and its impact on health
May 9 2016 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Conception of a Resource: Creating a Community-based Online Healthy Living "App" to Support Urban Aboriginal Women During Pregnancy
Apr 13 2016 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - First Nations Involvement in Health Policy Decision-Making: The Paradox of Meaningful Involvement
Mar 10 2016 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Social justice and maternal health in post-conflict northern Uganda
Jan 14 2016 | CRiHHI Critical Inquiry Series - Early Intervention with Indigenous Families & Children in British Columbia
Lectures, Speakers & Panel Sessions
Mar 14 2019 | Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry - 100 Years of University Nursing Education at UBC: Looking Back and Looking Forward Keynote
Mar 14 2019 | Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry - 100 Years of University Nursing Education at UBC: Looking Back and Looking Forward Panel Session
Nov 8 2018 | Patients First Playbook "Powered by PechaKucha"
Oct 12 2018 | Gay Corbett - When Prostate Cancer Joins You in the Bedroom: A group intervention
Apr 24 2018 | Dr, Paul Galdas - Considering the MAN in the self-MANagement support of long term conditions
Apr 18 2018 | Dr. Colleen Varcoe - Why Mentorship is Good for Your Health and Ideas for How to Get There
Sep 26 2017 | Professor Taketoshi Mori - Bioengineering Nursing: A New Field of Nursing and Biomedical Engineering Science
Jul 12 2017 | Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch - Making SENSE Seminar, Families in Long Term Care: A KT Intervention Study
Apr 11 2017 | Dr. Angela Flynn - Health Care and Neoliberalism in Ireland: Examining Irish Health Care using a Foucauldian Genealogy
Apr 5 2017 | Dr. Alex Broom - What is suffering, who feels it, and where does it lie?
Feb 9 2017 | Pauline Voon & Cheyenne Johnson - The provincial opioid epidemic: What is the role of nurses in providing evidence-based care?
Jan 11 2017 | Fiona Bogossian - Australian Indigenous Women's smokeless tobacco use: Effect on pregnancy outcomes
Sep 28 2016 | Dr. Annette J. Browne - Paying it Forward: Mentorship to Improve Health Care in Canada (2015 John McNeill Excellence in Health Research Mentorship Award Lecture)
Jun 14 2016 | Dr. Tommy Dickinson - "Curing Queers" Mental nurses and their patients 1935-1974 (Health History Lecture Series)
Apr 14 2016 | Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc - 10 Tips for the 10-minute Conference Presentation
Mar 9 2016 | Ranjit Dhari - Capturing the History of Public Health Nursing and its Transformation from Nurses' Work Experiences (Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry)
Marion Woodward Lectures
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Oct 20 2022 | Climate, Health & Healthcare: The World Needs Nurses Now
Nov 4 2021 | Transforming the rhetoric, racism, and realities for Indigenous peoples: Disrupting nurses' thinking & practice
Nov 3 2020 | Nursing Leadership in the English NHS: Influencing diversity, COVID-19 and Me
Nov 18 2019 | The Best Way to Predict the Future is to Co-Create It: Nursing in the Not Too Distant Future
& Symposium: The Future Is Now: A Digital Sampler for Patient-Centred Care
Nov 8 2018 | 2018 Marion Woodward Lecture - Strategies and Tools for Putting Patients First
Oct 5 2017 | 2017 Marion Woodward Lecture - Mental Illness and Substance Use: Challenging Old and Persistent Paradigms
Oct 27 2016 | 2016 Marion Woodward Lecture - Dementia: New Paths to Understanding
Videos - 2019 EDGE Arts Festival
The 3rd annual EDGE Arts Festival was hosted by the UBC School of Nursing on April 4, 2019 at the Vancity Theatre. It was an evening filled with compelling insights in health and well-being through short films, forum theatre, and a board game. A few films from the screening are available to watch online.
SEE THE LIVES
Beyond the stigma, beyond the statistics, these are stories of those who have died from substance use and overdose. By using video to create and share messages from parents and family members who are advocates for harm reduction, this project aims to provoke people to see beyond the stereotypes about people who use drugs. WATCH VIDEO
Taking Steps: Warrior Women's Wellness program is a trauma- and violence-informed physical activity program created by and for pregnant and parenting women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. This documentary is a snapshot into how community-based research informed this work, program highlights, and the lessons learned. WATCH VIDEO
BEAUTY IN PAIN
Beauty in Pain is the story of a Canadian artist turned nurse and her struggles to find the beauty in burnout after personal challenges and systemic bullying. She finds her passion for art again in an unlikely place - a parking lot in Vancouver. WATCH VIDEO
When Compassion Counts
In any given year, 1 in 5 Canadians will personally experience a mental health problem or mental illness. In this film, a group of nurses who work in the areas of mental health and substance use services discuss the importance of showing compassion in their work - both compassion towards clients/patients and towards colleagues. WATCH VIDEO
Videos - 2018 EDGE Film Festival
How do researchers engage the public and make their research accessible to all? The smart ones transfer their knowledge through film. The 2018 Edge Films included New Frames (Hilario), "They're Not Scary": An Intergenerational Dance Project (Canning, Gaetz, Kwidzinski | Director: Blakeborough), Healing Beyond the Prison Gate: Incarcerated Men Work 2 Give to Indigenous Communities in BC (UBC School of Nursing, Tsilhqot’in National Government, Punky Lake Wilderness Camp Society, and the Movember Foundation), and Our Voices, Our Stories (Cranmer).
Trailer only. Carla Hilario.
Tell me about a bad day... The New Frames film is based on a research study about the mental health of young immigrant and refugee men. Six young men – who self-identified as immigrant or refugee - were engaged as collaborators in an integrated knowledge translation study in Vancouver, Canada. Drawing on participatory video methods, New Frames features local actors re-enacting selected excerpts from interviews with 33 research participants under the direction of the collaborators.
Our Voices, Our Stories
Trailer Only. Barb Cranmer.
In 2015, St. Michael’s Indian Residential School in Alert Bay, B.C., was demolished. An estimated 9200 Indigenous children attended the school, operated by the Anglican Church of Canada, between 1929 and 1975. Some died, many were abused, and many never returned to their families. Made by the celebrated filmmaker and artist Barb Cranmer of the ’Namgis First Nation of Alert Bay, this powerful documentary chronicles the demolition of the building, an important symbolic step towards healing, and gives voice to the school’s survivors. Best Documentary Short, American Indian Film Festival, San Francisco.
Videos - 2017 EDGE Film Festival
Smashing cinematic stereotypes, the 2017 EDGE Film Festival challenged clichéd notions of nursing with poignant stories of the participants involved in the wide scope of nursing research being conducted at UBC. The six short films swept the audience along in a tour of the unconventional interventions that are working to shift some of the most intractable barriers to well-being from social isolation to colonialization. Watch the films here.
Bully/Abuse - Still Here (4:20 min)
Jason was in Grade 5 when he started having feelings for other boys. Because of those feelings he was called names, beaten up, and even sexually assaulted. Since high school, Jason has been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Now Jason is using art to open up about his experiences – through his photography and paintings he is asking his audience to question what we actually mean when we talk about “bullying.”
Evidence of a Struggle (6:00 min)
In 2013 Trevor’s brother died by suicide. After his brother’s death Trevor began raising awareness about mental health through his music. His latest album, “Evidence of a Struggle,” details his personal journey of loss. As a high school teacher, Trevor is helping students explore their own experiences and struggles through music.
Work2Give (5:00 min)
Work 2 Give is a prison employment partnership founded by Correctional Service of Canada in partnership with the Tsilhqot’in First Nation. Men in federal custody create items, such as furniture, children’s toys, winter clothing, and cultural items such as drums, which are then donated to the Tsilhqot’in Nation. This presentation outlines the impacts of the project on the participating men, the recipient communities, and the reciprocity created between these two groups.
DUDES Club (13:00 min)
The men of the Vancouver DUDES Club travel to Houston B.C. to share their experiences, ideas and stories in an effort to pave the way for new clubs to form. They focus on connecting men with health care professionals and other support services, as well as instilling a sense of solidarity and empowerment within the community.
Reclaiming Our Spirits (26:00 min)
Reclaiming Our Spirits documents the experiences of Indigenous women, elders and nurses working together to heal from violence. The study, funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, explored how an intervention based on an analysis of the ongoing impacts of colonization and racism could support the health of Indigenous women who have experienced violence.