Glenn Barton

Glenn Barton
The Ottawa Hospital

Doctor of Education

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Introduction
Glenn has a doctorate of educational leadership clinical background in critical care nursing and currently works as Director Education and Professional Practice at The Ottawa Hospital. Research interests include high reliability healthcare teamwork, competency based medical education, simulation-serious gaming pedagogy and organizational learning engagement.
Education
September 2017 - September 2020
The University of Western Ontario
Field of study
  • Educational Leadership

Publications

Publications (4)
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Widespread demands for high reliability healthcare teamwork have given rise to many educational initiatives aimed at building team competence. Most effort has focused on interprofessional team training however; Registered Nursing teams comprise the largest human resource delivering direct patient care in hospitals. Nurses also influence many other...
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Providing the best care for patients requires commitment to competence acquired through continuing professional education. Remaining current has never been more challenging as we are living in a time of unprecedented information growth and availability. A journal club is a meeting of colleagues designed to promote collaborative knowledge constructi...
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Purpose This article shares our experience developing an integrated curriculum for the ACES (Acute Critical Event Simulation) program. The purpose of the ACES program is to ensure that health care providers develop proficiency in the early management of critically ill patients. The program includes multiple different types of educational interventi...
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Critical care nurses constitute front-line care provision for patients in the intensive care unit (ICU). Hypoxemic respiratory compromise/failure is a primary reason that patients require ICU admission and mechanical ventilation. Critical care nurses must possess advanced knowledge, skill, and judgment when caring for these patients to ensure that...

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