The report, Maawanji’idiwag Meeting Together in a Good Way

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Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Education in Ontario is delivered by a consortium of nine universities under COUPN (Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing). For details contact one of the consortium universities directly.

Our Courses

  • Pathophysiology
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Advanced Assessment and Diagnosis I
  • Advanced Assessment and Diagnosis II
  • Therapeutics I
  • Therapeutics II
  • Integrative Practicum

Examples of places
where NPs work

  • Community Health Centres
  • Long Term Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Aboriginal Centres
  • Community-based facilities
  • Ambulatory Care Centres
  • Family Health Teams

The report, Maawanji’idiwag Meeting Together in a Good Way, is intended to serve as a guide and framework for decolonizing and Indigenizing the PHCNP program curriculum

The report, Maawanji’idiwag Meeting Together in a Good Way, is intended to serve as a guide and framework for decolonizing and Indigenizing the PHCNP program curriculum. This occurs through the health related Truth and Reconciliation’s Calls to Action, Calls to Justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The report has been guided by elders and knowledge keepers as well as by the principles of cultural safety and humility. Our goal is to contribute to improving our relationships with Indigenous Peoples by providing a PHCNP program that is aligned with the values and importance of reconciliation.

Please contact Mary Smith at mary.smith@queensu.ca, the Project Leader regarding any permissions to share or reproduce any part of this report

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