The Health Equity Area of Excellence (AoE) provides leadership in the creation of a community of scholars within the Faculty of Nursing that foster discourse and inquiry to examine issues related to social determinants of health as conditions for social advantage/ disadvantage and systematic disparities in health.
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- 2Bridging programs
- 2Internationally educated nurses
- 1Canada, Alberta, Banff
- 1Canada, Alberta, Edmonton
A Proposal to Investigate the Transitioning Experiences of Internationally-Educated Nurses who Attended Academic Bridging Programs in Two Canadian ProvincesDownload
The proposed study aims to investigate how academic bridging programs are helping internationally-educated nurses (IENs) gain registration and transition within Canada’s health care system. The research question for this proposed study is: How do bridging programs affect the ability of IENs to...
Workplace Transitioning Experiences of IENs who Attended Academic Bridging Programs in Canada: A Thesis ProposalDownload
The proposed study will explore how academic bridging programs facilitated the internationally-educated nurses’ (IENs) ability to transition to Canada’s health care system. The proposed study will use a focused ethnographic methodology. Twenty five participants will be invited to participate...