Friday, April 11, 2014

Public Lecture: The Use of Simulation in Nursing Education – April 28 (Cairns)

The use of simulation in nursing education has increased exponentially over the past decade and is now considered best practice around the world.

In this public lecture, Associate Professor Jane Mills will link past and present practice in the use of simulation in education and illustrate the different approaches used with examples from contemporary nursing curricula.

Date: Monday 28 April, 5.30-6.30pm
Location: Crowther Theatre, Building A3, Room A3.2, James Cook University, Cairns

James Cook University, Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research director, Associate Professor Jane Mills, is an internationally-recognised grounded theorist with a background in community nursing practice.

Associate Professor Jane Mills is an established expert in nursing education, rural and remote nursing, leadership, mentoring and workforce development, with more than 100 peer reviewed publications, including journal articles, book chapters and books.  Her recent publications include, Qualitative Methodology: a practical guide and Grounded Theory: a practical guide, co-authored with Professor Melanie Birks, have been particularly well received.

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This Public Lecture is brought to you by the Faculty of Medicine, Health & Molecular Sciences, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Nutrition in conjunction with the FNQ Community, Practice Nurse Association (CAPNA) and The Australia College of Nursing.

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