SBNH Global Connections Update/Bulletin sur les soins infirmiers et les soins de santé fondés sur les forces

A bilingual update on the work of the SBNH Partnership around the world

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SBNH Partnership: Fall 2021 Research Update

A seasonal update on the work of the SBNH Partnership's research study

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Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Program Launched

The Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN)’s Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Program (SBNH-L) launched in September 2021, welcoming its first cohort of 57 established and emerging healthcare leaders from Montreal and Toronto.

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Meet the Partners: Alain Biron, Co-Investigator

Meet Alain Biron, Associate Director of Nursing at the McGill University Health Centre – MUHC, Associate Professor at the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University, and Co-Investigator of the Partnership Grant.

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Summer 2021 Update: Recruitment Launch for the Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare Leadership Program

The research study “Transforming Nurses’ Work Environments Through a Strengths-Based Leadership and Management Training Program” has launched recruitment for the first cohort of the innovative SBNH Leadership Program.

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Meet the Partners: Beverley-Tracey John, Co-Investigator

Meet Beverley-Tracey John, Director of Nursing for the CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, Faculty Lecturer at the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University, and Co-Investigator of the Partnership Grant.

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Global Changemakers Speaker Series: SBNH Global Check-Up

A webinar from the Canadian Nurses Association and SBNH Global Partners

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SBNH Partnership: Spring 2021 Research Update

A seasonal update on the work of the SBNH Partnership's research study

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Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare

Strengths-Based Nursing and Healthcare (SBNH) is both a philosophy and a value-driven approach to guide clinicians, leaders, and educators to transform the healthcare system by humanizing care. SBNH is about recognizing, mobilizing, capitalizing on and developing strengths within individuals, families, communities, and institutions to promote health and facilitate healing.

This approach was developed by Laurie Gottlieb of the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University. Gottlieb is currently directing a multi-site, multi-disciplinary research project to train nurse leaders and managers to create healthy, productive workplace environments for point-of-care staff.

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