Charles Anyinam

Charles Anyinam
Nipissing University · School of Nursing

RN, MSc, PhD

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Introduction
My research interests are primarily focused on disability and diversity in nursing. Currently working on several projects, including 2 large scale, multi-year studies. One of these projects, Partnership for applied research to support the development and evaluation of the Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities Network (PSDNet), is evaluating the impact of a social media network designed for post-secondary education students with disabilities (www.CommunAbility.ca). Another project is a multi-phased study targeting Canadian mid-career workers with disabilities (MCWD) funded through the Future Skills Centre at Ryerson University, Ontario Canada (https://fsc-ccf.ca/what-we-do/innovation-projects/#mc-05)

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Background As simulation science continues to advance, the focus previously put on scenario creation and debriefing must now be applied to other components of the learning experience. There is a need to examine the effectiveness of pre-simulation activities and how they relate to the overall simulation experience and learning outcomes. However, few...
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The benefits of postsecondary education (PSE) are well documented and yet historic challenges have contributed to significant underrepresentation of students with disabilities. This paper presents the results of a survey study that explored students with disabilities’ experiences of transfer between PSE institutions in Canada. Data was collected us...
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Background This feasibility study describes the often-underreported process of designing, testing, and refining a video simulation case study before implementing into coursework. Method The revised Medical Research Council Framework (2014) was used as a guide to develop a video simulation case study. It was evaluated using a systematic refinement...
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In most industrialized countries, the nursing workforce, an overwhelmingly numerically female dominant profession, is aging.[1] Analysis of data suggests that this is due to interrelated social and economic factors pushing nurses towards later retirement. Nurses are choosing to remain in the workforce longer, delaying retirement for reasons that in...
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Undergraduate nursing education has a duty to make certain that the focus of both nursing practice with disabled people and nursing education are enabling, rather than disabling. However, depictions of disability in nursing education have been identified as inadequate and at times problematic, with insufficient attention paid to disability in curri...
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This chapter describes how contextualizing academic integrity to the personal lives and professional expectations of students opens up space for meaningful engagement between students and faculty and fosters an affirming approach to preventing, rather than policing, academic integrity issues.
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Globally and in Canada, meaningful participation of disabled people in the labour market is a relatively new occurrence. While the literature about disabled people’s experiences and perceptions related to employment is established, very little is known about disabled nurses’ work experiences. The aim of this study was to produce a rich descriptive...
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Written primarily for undergraduates in nursing degree and diploma programs at Canadian universities and colleges, but also suited for students pursuing an education in allied health or the helping professions, Interprofessional Health Care Practice lays the theoretical foundation and presents models of practice to provide collaborative patient-cen...
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Starting your journey in nursing education can be exciting and nerve-wracking. Educational standards are high for nursing students because practice standards are high for nurses.
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Disabled people have a history of disadvantage, discrimination, and disempowerment that continues to present day. Despite strong critique and activism by disabled people, popular understandings of disability as necessarily tragic, medically based, and individualistic requiring ‘fixing’ still persist among health professionals and appear in health p...
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Objectives: Disabled people have a history of disadvantage, discrimination, and disempowerment that continues to present day. Despite strong critique and activism by disabled people, popular understandings of disability as necessarily tragic, medically based, and individualistic requiring ‘fixing’ persist among health professionals. Recent research...
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The Ontario Nursing Connection (ONC) was a project funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. It used electronic telecommunication tools via the internet as a vehicle for information exchange and virtual connection for nurses and other healthcare professionals. With a focus on three themes (leadership, mentorship, and interprofess...
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Concerns about academic honesty in higher education are widespread. To address this issue, faculty took part in a 3-year trial of a highly successful approach to academic honesty. Guiding this approach were an appreciation of student context, faculty orientation to student engagement, and available antiplagiarism technology.
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As alternate care levels are transferred from hospital to community settings, health care workers in long term care are caring for individuals where conditions are more medically complex. In response to this situation decision makers in long term care are pursuing the goal of practice based on the best evidence. Identifying the information needs of...

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