From many literature reviews to inquiry-based meetings on real-life, quality improvement healthcare issues discussed with UBC faculty advisors and clinical practice leaders, the UBC Nursing 344 Synthesis Projects for 2013/14 are now permanently accessible in cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository.
For NURS 344, several teams of BSN students undertook a self-directed study in 2013/14. These UBC students partnered with clinical practice leaders across the Greater Vancouver area: the BC Cancer Agency, the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre to the Fraser Health, Providence Health, and Vancouver Coastal Health.
Led by their faculty advisors, Maura Macphee and Lynne Esson, and with NURS 344 project submissions’ coordinator, Carla Hilario (a UBC Nursing PhD student/teaching assistant), it was a first-of-its-kind, collaborative experience for this course. How so? A virtual, open-to-the-public poster gallery was created. (See the gallery on musculoskeletal injury, lung cancer, mental health and substance use, and health promotion and more at: http://synthesisprojects-nursing.sites.olt.ubc.ca/.)
In cIRcle, download and/or cite the full-text NURS 344 projects for 2014 (or from previous years) found at: https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/24886.
To cite an unpublished work (such as a thesis or dissertation) in cIRcle, use the following format: Blackman, M. J. (2008). Achieving economic and social sustainability in the inner city: The role of business improvements districts. cIRcle: UBC’s Digital Repository: Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) 2008+. Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/2445. The URI is the most important piece of the cIRcle citation, as it is a permanent (a.k.a. persistent) and unique link.
Above image is courtesy of UBC School of Nursing