SBNH Presentations at the Canadian Health Workforce Virtual Conference

3 oral presentations from members of the SBNH Partnership were given at the CHWVC 2020.

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SBNH Partnership: Fall 2020 Research Update

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

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Webinar Recording: Health & Healing for Nurses During COVID-19

The SBNH Advisory Board of the McGill Nursing Collaborative hosted a special webinar with Roshi Joan Halifax.

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Meet the Partners: Marilyn Ballantyne, Co-Investigator

Meet Marilyn Ballantyne, Chief Nurse Executive and Clinician Investigator at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, and Co-Investigator of the Partnership Grant.

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Meet the Partners: Pam Hubley, Co-Investigator

Meet Pam Hubley, Chief of International Nursing and VP for Education and Academic Practice at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), and Co-Investigator of the Partnership Grant

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SBNH Partnership: Summer 2020 Research Update

The activities of the Partnership Grant continue remotely, adjusting to the new constraints of life and work within the ongoing pandemic.

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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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