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Title: Primary Health Care NP Program at York University


1
Primary Health Care NP Program at York University
  • Orientation
  • 2013

2
Agenda
  • 1330-1400 Introductions and Overview of the
    session
  • 1400-1430 Overview of the Provincial NP Program
  • 1430-1500 The NP Program at York
  • 1500-1515 Break
  • 1515-1545 Clinical Placements
  • 1545-1630 Technical Components (Don Newton)

3
COUPN (Council of Ontario University Programs in
Nursing)
  • Ontario Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner
    Program

4
Consortium Partners
  • Laurentian University
  • University of Ottawa
  • McMaster University
  • Lakehead University
  • Queens University
  • University of Western Ontario
  • University of Windsor
  • Ryerson University
  • York University
  • Offer francophone program

5
Provincial Consortium
PHCNP Program Board of Directors (COUPN Deans and
Directors)
Provincial Coordinator
NP Coordinators/University Contact Persons
York
Ryerson
Western
McMaster
Windsor
Queens
Ottawa
Lakehead
Laurentian
Francophone
6
Unique Features of the Program
  • Utilization of distributed learning modalities
  • Consortium model (the largest nursing consortium
    in Canada)
  • Incorporation of principles adult learning
    (including student input)
  • Curriculum encompasses aspects of problem-based
    learning

7
Who Does What?
  • PHCNP Program Support for Students
  • Services available from
  • Director of Graduate Programs
  • Site Coordinator
  • Program Assistant
  • Technical Support
  • Course Faculty
  • Clinical Directors
  • Clinical Preceptors
  • Central Registry Data Base

8
Director of Graduate Programs
  • Faculty of Nursing at York University
  • Liaison with the Provincial Consortium and the
    Curriculum Committee via Deans and Directors
    Group
  • Executive responsibility for the NP Program
    delivery at York University

9
University Site Coordinator/ Practicum Coordinator
  • Provides counsel and support to students re
    course plans, exams, appeals, and clinical
    placements
  • Coordinates student placements
  • Communicates with Nursing Placement Office re
    contracts for clinical placements issued by the
    university
  • Communicates with university departments,
    consortium and students re university policies
    and procedures (e.g. appeals)

10
Program Assistant
  • Provides support/counsel to students
  • Assists students with course plan
  • Communicates with university departments, and
    potential applicants
  • Books exams, exam reviews, classrooms

11
Technical Support
  • Assists with navigating on the NP Network (i.e.,
    accessing newsgroups)
  • Assists with technical/equipment issues
  • Manages the Central Region Data Base (CRDB)

12
Course Faculty
  • Provincial Course Professors are responsible for
    the curriculum and course content
  • Utilize input from students, course directors
    (tutors/instructors), Curriculum Committee and
    others
  • Set the course content and exams
  • Responsible for releasing student grades to
    individual universities and students

13
Course Directors
  • Employed by York University
  • Deliver the provincial curriculum and grade
    assignments and exams
  • Have input into course development and resources
  • Available for student support and counselling

14
Course Preceptors
  • Provided clinical supervision
  • Are not employed by the York University
  • Have access to the course materials and can
    provide input to Course Professors and Course
    Directors
  • Provide evaluation of student performance in the
    clinical setting
  • Do not determine grades or pass/fail

15
Accessing Courses
  • Core Courses at York Need Passport York Account
    to access Moodle
  • NP Courses through the Consortium all are
    available on the NP website
  • http//np-education.ca

16
Courses
  • Pathophysiology
  • Roles Responsibilities of the Nurse
    Practitioner
  • Advanced Health Assessment Diagnosis I II
    (AHAD)
  • Therapeutics In Primary Health Care I II
  • Integrative Practicum

17
Courses Details
  • Pathophysiology no clinical biweekly online
    chat
  • Roles and Responsibilities no clinical
    biweekly online chat
  • AHAD I 3 hrs seminar/wk, 78 hours clinical per
    semester
  • AHAD II 3 hrs seminar/wk, 78 hours clinical per
    semester

18
Courses Details (cond)
  • Therapeutics I 3 hrs seminar/wk, 78 hrs
    clinical per semester
  • Therapeutics II 3 hrs seminar/wk, 78 hrs
    clinical per semester
  • Integrative Practicum 455 clinical hours (35
    hrs/wk, 6 hrs seminar biweekly over 13 week
    period (May-Aug)
  • All courses use distance methods

19
Pre-Course Materials
  • Available on the website
  • Review in preparation for courses starting in the
    Fall

20
Central Registry Data Base (CRDB)
  • The NP Central Registration is an on-line form
    completed by all students in the NP Consortium
  • Demographic data, Course Plan and NP Network
    Registration
  • CRDB is available on available on-line at
  • http//crdb.np-education.ca

21
CRDB
  • The information you provide in your NP Course
    Plan goes to the CRDB
  • The CRDB is not a registering system you must
    ensure you are registered for your courses
    through your home university Registrar system
  • The CRDB provides access to NP courses

22
Course Registration at York University
  • All students must register for courses at their
    home university
  • Site coordinator and program assistant can
    provide support with this registration process

23
PHCNP Program Academic Calendar
  • Available on the NP website and includes
  • exam dates and times
  • dates and times for Virtual classroom sessions
    for Pathophysiology and Roles and
    Responsibilities
  • University specific seminars are arranged at your
    university and will be available on the York
    Graduate Nursing Faculty Website
  • check the York Academic Calendar for other
    important dates

24
York University Academic Information
  • York University Faculty of Nursing Website
    includes
  • Dates and times for AHAD and Therapeutics
    seminars
  • Other important dates for graduate students at
    York University
  • See Academic Calendar for other course
    information

25
Clinical Placements
  • All placements are secured and maintained by the
    site coordinator at York University
  • Clinical Request Forms for AHAD, Therapeutics,
    and the Integrative Practicum are available on
    the NP Website
  • Placements take into consideration the learning
    needs of the student

26
Clinical Placements
  • Students own workplaces are not suitable for
    clinical placements
  • Clinical placement takes place predominantly in
    primary health care settings i.e. CHC, FHT, GP
    offices
  • Policies related to clinical placements can be
    found on the York University Faculty of Nursing
    Website

27
Clinical Placements
  • All consortium universities have assigned
    catchment areas for placements
  • As per your letter of offer you are expected to
    complete your placements within Yorks catchment
  • This may mean that you have to travel some
    distance generally lt60Km or one hour from home

28
Clinical Placements
  • Clinical Preparedness Package must be complete
    before your placements can start
  • Police Check for Vulnerable Persons
  • Immunizations
  • Mask Fitting
  • CPR
  • WEPA
  • All forms are on the website
  • Start this process now

29
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30
Applicants with Disabilities
  • York University will arrange any accommodation to
    your disability in the practicum setting
  • Discuss your accommodation needs with the Site
    Coordinator/Practicum Coordinator as early as
    possible in the term
  • York University's Counselling Disability
    Services (CDS) provides a professional and
    supportive environment in which all York students
    have equitable access to a range of services that
    assist in facilitating their academic success.

31
Student Input
  • All students are encouraged to express any
    concerns or provide input.
  • Options for student input
  • Course and faculty evaluations (anonymous and
    available on-line)
  • Contact with faculty, site coordinator
  • Feedback to COUPN Curriculum Committee (CCC)

32
Get Ready
  • Complete the on line Central Registration (CRDB)
  • Register for your courses through York University
    Registrar system
  • Start surfing the NP Network
  • Post a message in the np.welcome forum
  • Review NP Consortium guidelines (available under
    NP Documents)

33
Get Ready
  • Begin all pre-course materials this will
    identify your learning needs before you start the
    NP courses
  • All exam dates are posted in the calendar. These
    dates are firm and cannot be changed (as per
    policy)
  • Familiarize yourself with forums and keep up with
    reading all postings

34
Get Computer Ready
  • All students must have basic computer and
    internet skills if not, a basic computer course
    is strongly recommended
  • Contact Don Newton, Technical Support, for
    equipment needs
  • (dnewt_at_np-education.ca)
  • Get ready and be prepared!
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