Jacinthe Pepin

Jacinthe Pepin
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Faculty of Nursing

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Rationale: Nurses are responsible for engaging in continuing professional development throughout their careers. This implies that they use tools such as competency frameworks to assess their level of development, identify their learning needs, and plan actions to achieve their learning goals. Although multiple competency frameworks and guidelines...
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Background Individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders (i.e., concurrent disorders) have complex healthcare needs, which can be challenging for nurses to manage. Providing optimal care for this subpopulation requires nurses to develop high-level competencies despite limited resources at their disposal and the isolated se...
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Background Individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders (i.e., concurrent disorders) remain a challenge for the nurses attempting to care for them. They require nurses to constantly adapt themselves and develop high-level competencies despite the limited resources they have and the isolated settings in which many of them...
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Background The Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Model of continuing tele-education is an innovative guided-practice model aiming at amplifying healthcare professionals’ competencies in the management of chronic and complex health conditions. While data on the impact of the ECHO model is increasingly available in the literature, wh...
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Background The Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Model of continuing tele-education is an innovative guided-practice model aiming at amplifying healthcare professionals’ competencies in the management of chronic and complex health conditions. While data on the effectiveness of the ECHO Model is increasingly available in the literat...
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Objectives: To present a conceptual framework of student professionalization for health professional education and research. Methods: Synthesis and discussion of a program of research on competency-based education. Results: Competency-based education relies on active, situation-based group learning strategies to prepare students to become heal...
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Introduction Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (Project ECHO©) is an innovative model for continuing professional development that uses videoconferencing technology to support and train general practitioners remotely. The model has been replicated to a variety of settings and locations for capacity building in healthcare professionals car...
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Background Too few of nursing competencies framework exceed applicability to a given environment, are validated by a research process or used to guide continuing development of nursing competencies. Objectives The study objectives were: 1) to adapt and validate a nursing competencies framework from the continuum of care from childhood to adulthood...
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Education in nursing science began in Canadian universities in 1919. Thanks to inter-university groups, it has never stopped evolving, making it possible to delimit and define different nursing knowledge. All stakeholders work together to meet the complex socio-political issues that affect the profession.
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Introduction: The capacity for teams and organizations to evolve and to thrive in ever-shifting environments is attributed to their collective intelligence. Collectively, intelligent team could prevent repetition of past mistakes and can help organizations and people work more efficiently. Researchers aimed to find a framework or a tool that could...
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Simulation followed by debriefing is increasingly common in clinical nursing education. Yet, limited studies have compared approaches to debriefing—the portion of simulations where participants re-examine and make sense of their experience. In this study, 120 baccalaureate nursing students in Quebec were randomized to receive one of two types of de...
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The Caring Nurse-Patient Interactions (CNPI-70) scale was developed by Cossette, Cara, Ricard, and Pepin (2005) from the theory of human caring proposed by Watson (1979, 1988). This book chapter describes the two versions of the CNPI (CNPI-70, CNPI-23), specify how they may be used and reviews literature published up to April 2018 citing the CNPI s...
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Clinical nursing leadership is critical for quality care. All nurses including students should receive clinical nursing leadership education. Research pertaining to educational strategies on clinical leadership for nursing students remains sparse. The aim of this paper is to report the qualitative evaluation of a co-constructed educational interven...
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Aim: To identify the theories used to explain learning in simulation and to examine how these theories guided the assessment of learning outcomes related to core competencies in undergraduate nursing students. Background: Nurse educators face the challenge of making explicit the outcomes of competency-based education, especially when competencie...
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Background: Student voice posits that students' unique perspectives on teaching and learning can be used in conjunction with those of educators to create meaningful educational activities. Objective: The study aimed to describe nursing students' and educators' experiences during the co-construction of educational activities involving clinical nu...
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Studies on the development of cultural competence among healthcare providers tend to focus on the clinical encounter, with little attention paid to the environment. In this paper, results from a grounded theory study conducted with nurses and students to understand cultural competence development are presented; with a focus on findings that call pa...
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Introduction: The overall aim of this project is to help develop knowledge about primary care delivery models likely to improve the accessibility, quality and efficiency of care. Operationally, this objective will be achieved through supporting and evaluating 8 primary care team pilot sites that rely on an expanded nursing role within a more inten...
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Background: Situation awareness may be used to operationalize nursing students' clinical judgment of patient deterioration simulation scenarios. Objectives: To develop and test an instrument to measure bachelor-level nursing students' situation awareness in a patient deterioration simulation scenario, using the Situation Awareness Global Assessm...
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Background: In recent years, nursing education has undergone changes and restructuring due to changes that have occurred in clinical and academic settings. Currently, academic leaders are facing the challenges of an increasing number of students, the difficulty of recruiting teachers and preceptors to accompany students, and fewer clinical settings...
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The development of cultural competence in healthcare professions is considered an essential condition to promote quality and equity in healthcare. Even if cultural competence has been recognized as continuous, evolutionary, dynamic, and developmental by most researchers, current models of cultural competence fail to present developmental levels of...
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The social contribution of nurses to the health of the population is mainly defined by the knowledge supporting their actions. Conceptualization in nursing guides the production and utilisation of scientific knowledge within the discipline. The purpose of this paper is to present the recent thoughts on nursing theory and to provide some strategies...
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To accompany the individual diagnosed with cancer along the care continuum, teams of professionals have been created based on integrating an interprofessional patient-centred (IPPC) practice. The goal of this article is to present some of the results of a case study documenting IPPC practice carried on by teams within the oncology care continuum. O...
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Pour accompagner le patient diagnostique d’un cancer dans la trajectoire de soins, des equipes de professionnels ont ete creees integrant une pratique interprofessionnelle centree sur le patient (ICP). Le but de cet article est de presenter des resultats d’une etude de cas documentant la pratique ICP d’equipes au cours de la trajectoire de soins en...
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AimTo explore the variations between acute care and intensive care nurses' understanding of patient deterioration according to their use of this term in published literature.Background Evidence suggests that nurses on wards do not always recognize and act upon patient deterioration appropriately. Even if resources exist to call for intensive care n...
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Studies on interprofessional practice usually report professionals’ viewpoints and document organizational, procedural and relational factors influencing that practice. Considering the importance of interprofessional patient-centred (IPPC) practice, it seems necessary to describe it in detail in an actual context of care, from the perspective of pa...
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In nursing education, most of the current teaching practices perpetuate an essentialist perspective of culture and make it imperative to refresh the concept of cultural competence in nursing. The purpose of this article is to propose a constructivist definition of cultural competence that stems from the conclusions of an extensive critical review o...
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Introduction: Although the ultimate goal of the intensive care unit (ICU) is to save and prolong human life, the integration of palliative care approach in this fast-paced highly technologic environment is increasingly recognized as a means of restoring the global nature of care and enhances the integrity of the person. In this perspective, a recen...
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Health professionals have to work together to ensure quality patient care.There are many studies exploring interprofessional education and practice. However, interprofessional knowledge is related to teamwork and organizational context. Some frameworks include "patient-centered" concepts to highlight the contribution of the patient but descriptions...
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Novice nurses are increasingly beginning their career paths in critical care areas, where they are expected to care for patients whose lives are potentially threatened. They are unable to benefit from years of experience to facilitate their clinical decisions. Reflection after simulation could possibly improve nurses' clinical judgment in complex s...
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The contribution of nursing science to interprofessional knowledge development Health professionals have to work together to ensure quality patient care. There are many studies exploring interprofessional education and practice. However, interprofessional knowledge is related to teamwork and organizational context. Some frameworks include « patient...
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Cultural safety is a concept that is getting more attention in scientific literature related to the cultural dimension of care. Difficulty to grasp the meaning and implications for research, education and practice is frequently raised by the authors. A concept analysis inspired by the evolutionary method of Rodgers was performed to better understan...
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Journal club has been used for decades to incorporate reading clinical and research articles into professional practice of numerous health care providers to disseminate knowledge and to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice. In this article, the authors describe how such activity was implemented by and for the nursing team of an int...
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Cultural safety : a concept analysis Cultural safety is a concept that is getting more attention in scientific literature related to the cultural dimension of care. Difficulty to grasp the meaning and implications for research, education and practice is frequently raised by the authors. A concept analysis inspired by the evolutionary method of Rodg...
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Cognitive modeling of competencies is important to facilitate learning and evaluation. Clinical nursing leadership is considered a competency, as it is a "complex know-act" that students and nurses develop for the quality of care of patients and their families. Previous research on clinical leadership describes the attributes and characteristics of...
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This article describes the renewal of a baccalaureate program in nursing. This new program was developed to respond to new challenges presented to the profession. A completely new approach was adopted, the competency-based approach (CBA), with a constructivist, holistic foundation that we named 'second generation CBA.' The CBA theoretical underpinn...
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This paper is a report of a study to evaluate the construct validity of the four-dimensional Caring Nurse-Patient Interaction-Short Scale using confirmatory factor analysis. Validating theoretical structures of caring is an ongoing challenge in the discipline of nursing. Our previous work has contributed to this literature by the exploration of the...
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This paper reports the development of a short version of the Caring Nurse-Patient Interaction Scale. Since the 1980s several instruments have been developed to assess external aspects of caring. They involve using an inductive process of knowledge development to investigate the underlying structure of caring, and few reflect an explicit underlying...
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This article identifies home care practitioners' perceptions of the responsibilities, difficulties, and needs for support of caregivers. It is based on a study undertaken in Quebec with 55 practitioners and 10 administrators from 10 CLSCs located in rural, urban, and metropolitan areas. The study had a qualitative, multiple-case design and used log...
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While there is a large body of literature regarding caring in nursing and some measurement tools addressing the concept have been developed, limitations of existing instruments constrain theory-driven research on nurse-patient interactions. The purpose of this paper is to describe the development and initial psychometric evaluation of the Caring Nu...
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A PARADOX Little is known of how social service domiciliary carers perceive family carers and the care and treatment they supply. Neither do we know in what way they regard such helpers nor why. Analysis reveals that they are conscious of the instrumental and clinical work carried out by family carers but disregard the family or marital relationshi...
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In gerontological research and practice, autonomy is a phenomenon of central interest. Numerous researchers have considered autonomy as an elder's problem to be defined and resolved, and have studied the phenomenon from the psychological, sociological, or another discipline's perspective. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to describe t...
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The goal of this study was to examine perception of quality of life in women suffering from stage III or IV primary pulmonary hypertension and being treated with prostacycline. This medication is a non-specific vasodilator with a short half-life. This was an explorative and descriptive multiple-case study (3 cases). The interview guides were elabor...
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This paper aims to illustrate how Leininger's Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality has influenced the research process of a study that emerged from a care management partnership between Canadian nursing teachers and Tunisian nurses. The purpose of the study was to investigate the meanings of care as viewed by university hospital-based...
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Knowledge concerning family caring is developing within the caregiving literature while knowledge of caring is growing separately in the nursing literature. Both nurses (identified with caring) and family carers (identified with caregiving) experience a division of the affective and the instrumental dimensions of caring. Moreover, a historical pers...
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During the last 35 years, nursing knowledge has known a surge in its development. Following the evolution of the scientific world, nursing first embraced the logical empiricist perspective of discovering and knowing. Historicism and, more recently, critical social theory have been explored as alternative ways of making knowledge in nursing. This pa...

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The overall aim of this project is to help develop knowledge about primary care delivery models likely to improve the accessibility, quality and efficiency of care. Operationally, this objective will be achieved through supporting and evaluating 8 primary care team pilot sites that rely on an expanded nursing role within a more intensive team- based, interdisciplinary setting.