Faculty of Nursing
This resource was produced by nursing faculty at BCIT. This text serves a supplementary resource for information about how to perform clinical procedures. The format of the text includes video demonstrations, flowcharts, and checklists to ensure high compliance to protocol. The topics covered include: infection control, patient assessment, patient positioning, wound care, oxygen therapy, medication administration and tubal attachments.
Includes: Critical thinking exercises, flowcharts, video demonstrations, glossary
This text was developed by Ryerson University. The textbook deconstructs the categories of the complete subjective health assessment, providing learners with explanations and examples of what constitutes relevant subjective data. This textbook provides an opportunity to learn how to respond to normal, abnormal, and critical findings when completing a complete subjective health assessment. Topics covered include: Subjective Health Assessment, Cultural Safety, and Care Partners
Includes: Quiz, glossary
Comprehensive Midwifery: The role of the midwife in health care practice, education, and research: An interactive guide to the theory and evidence of practice
This textbook was written by professors in McMaster’s midwifery program.
Includes: Glossary, case studies
This project was created by a team at UBC.
Includes: Videos, interactive modules, atlases, interactive visualizations
This peer reviewed text was authored by 3 nursing faculty at Athabasca, in collaboration with various healthcare professionals from many institutions across Canada. The text is centered around patient care activities such as challenging their unconscious assumptions about a patient’s race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and evaluation of learning.
Includes: exercises and critical thinking questions.
This book, in its third edition, was published by Oxford University Press. It covers trail design, ethical considerations, governance, grant applications, community engagement, statistics, data management, and reporting.
Includes: Checklists, index
This text was created at University of Victoria. This handbook presents the science and practice of eHealth evaluation based on empirical evidence gathered over many years within the health informatics discipline. The handbook describes different approaches used to evaluate the planning, design, implementation, use and impact of eHealth systems in different health settings. It also provides a snapshot of the current state of knowledge on the consequences of opting for eHealth systems with respect to their effects and implications on provider performance and health outcomes.
Includes: Figures, case studies
This resource was produced by BCIT’s nursing faculty. It features 8 case studies on a variety of health conditions at various time points. Each case study includes the patient narrative or story that models best practice (at the time of publishing) in healthcare setting.
Includes: Case studies
This virtual gaming simulation was created by a team at Ryerson University for undergraduate nursing students.
Includes: Instructions for the game
This resource was created by Ryerson and York University. It covers the legal requirements of food labelling, how to interpret recommendations, and how to integrate the food guide into the nursing process with specific focus on the role of social determinants of health as it relates to the food guide and the nursing process.
Includes: Practice questions, glossary, figures
This textbook was created for nursing students at Ryerson University.
Includes: Glossary, activities
This text was developed by various nursing professionals in Saskatchewan and Canada. The goal was to provide student nurses with the foundational knowledge to meet the leadership challenges found within the ever-changing Canadian health care environment. There is significant indigenous specific content and cultural appropriate practices. Other topics covered include: ethics, managing conflict, evidence informed decision making, labour relations, and nursing leadership.
Includes: Case studies, exercises, activities, research extensions, flowcharts
Learning Primary Midwifery Care is a package of three online learning modules for midwifery learners and teachers developed by the Ryerson University Midwifery Education Program in collaboration with faculty partners from Laurentian and McMaster Universities.
This peer reviewed text for graduate students focuses on nursing related literature reviews. The topics covered range from developing a research question to locating and evaluating sources to writing a sample literature review using appropriate publication guidelines.
Includes: Practice questions, online resources
While not specific to nursing, this resource is a collection of interconnected multidisciplinary case studies. They have been designed to be used in multiple undergraduate courses so that students can return to them over time from different perspectives and with increasing complexity.
Includes: Family tree, resources for each case study
This resource has been created by the University of the Arctic Northern Nursing Education Network (NNEN) which includes twelve nursing schools in Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, and Russia. It is meant to fill the gap of northern and Indigenous health care needs. It provides content on health and health care from a northern perspective for the growing number of health professionals being educated in northern communities. It focuses on community health, social determinants and structural impacts on northern and Indigenous health, culture and health, innovations in northern healthcare, and professional practice in northern and Indigenous communities.
Includes: Reflection questions, case studies
Published by SUNY with the goal to foster the necessary skills for nurses to provide compassionate care to individuals who are nearing the end of life and families who are or have experienced the loss of a loved one. This text covers effective interpersonal communication between the patient and clinician at the three stages; anticipation, in the moment, and afterwards. The text provides a basic foundation of death and dying, including models of care and evidenced based approaches.
Includes: Examples, Online resources
This peer reviewed American text was made by several contributors in the Wisconsin Technical College System. It explains basic concepts of pharmacology and describes common medication classes.
Includes: Practice questions, critical thinking activity, answer key, glossary, interactive images
This peer reviewed American textbook was created as part of the Open RN project, and meant to cover physical assessments performed by RNs.
Includes: Learning activities, glossary
This grant funded American project is in the process of creating 25 Virtual Reality scenarios. More information about this project is available.
Includes: Virtual reality
This resource was authored by researchers at the CDC, the University of Sydney, and the Pan American Health Organization. It covers global public health ethics.
Authored by the Manitoba Foundations Group, it is the first Manitoba adaptation of an open professional learning series developed for staff across post-secondary institutions. This resource does not focus on nursing or health, but rather is intended to support professional learning of staff and students. Its focus is on the Brandon area.
Includes: Glossary, videos, activities, reflection questions
This resource was created by Ryerson University, designed for students in undergraduate nursing programs.
Includes: Videos, podcasts
This multidisciplinary resource develops topics of interest to all those who care about and for individuals with co-occurring intellectual disabilities and mental illness. Each chapter presents current evidence informed practice knowledge. Each topic is also presented with audio enabled text boxes emphasizing ‘Key Points for Caregivers.’ For those who are interested in background knowledge, there is a comprehensive literature base provided.
Includes: Audio book, online tools, research studies
This text was created primarily for nursing students. It is intended to guide best practices in vaccine delivery in Canada. This textbook provides information related to clinical practice, including the administration of vaccines, and communication with clients.
Includes: Videos, case studies, practice questions, glossary, figures
This text was developed by Ryerson University. The purpose of this textbook is to help learners develop best practices in vital sign measurement. Using a multi-media approach, it will provide opportunities to read about, observe, practice, and test vital sign measurement.
Includes: Videos, problem sets, solutions, flowcharts, printable flashcards
Your Subject Librarian in the Faculty of Nursing is Alix Hayden.