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À propos de ce cours

Bienvenue au PRFP SLD pour les professionnels des soins infirmiers, les préposés aux services de soutien à la personne et les étudiants! Les stages cliniques en soins de longue durée (SLD) sont uniques à bien des égards. Il est essentiel d’offrir une bonne expérience aux futurs membres de l’équipe pour renforcer le secteur des SLD, y compris les personnes qui y travaillent. La relation précepteur-étudiant est très importante et peut constituer une expérience de carrière enrichissante pour l’étudiant et le précepteur.

Le PRFP SLD est une solution d’apprentissage en ligne qui comprend neuf modules interactifs. Chaque module dure environ 40 à 90 minutes. Les modules comprennent des ressources téléchargeables, des exercices d’apprentissage, des entrevues avec des experts et des références. L’apprentissage est autonome. Les apprenants commenceront par le module sur les SLD.

Le PRFP SLD fournit aux étudiants et aux précepteurs des connaissances et des compétences dans une grande variété de sujets au stage clinique et au milieu des SLD.

Dans ce cours, vous en apprendrez davantage sur les sujets suivants :

  • les rôles du précepteur et de l’étudiant dans le cadre du stage clinique;
  • un modèle de bilan pour les conversations de rétroaction de réflexion entre les précepteurs et les étudiants;
  • les possibilités uniques offertes dans le milieu des SLD;
  • les cinq principaux domaines de connaissances de la pratique en SLD;
  • les trois principales approches de l’apprentissage;
  • le degré de préparation et sa pertinence pour les rôles des étudiants et des précepteurs;
  • les façons d’élaborer des objectifs d’apprentissage bien définis pour le stage clinique;
  • les concepts de la pratique anti-oppressive;
  • les façons d’élaborer un raisonnement clinique;
  • les concepts de la pratique réflexive et leur application à la relation précepteur-étudiant;
  • les éléments de l’évaluation;
  • les stratégies pour prévenir et gérer les conflits avec succès.

On vous demandera de répondre à un sondage au début et à la fin. Vous recevrez un certificat des Centres d’apprentissage, de recherche et d’innovation en soins de longue durée pour avoir suivi ce cours.

À qui s’adresse ce cours?

Ce cours s’adresse aux étudiants en soins infirmiers, aux étudiants préposés aux services de soutien à la personne et aux précepteurs qui travaillent dans des milieux de SLD. Il reconnaît que les étudiants et les précepteurs sont des membres essentiels de l’équipe en SLD. Vous serez également en mesure d’appliquer vos acquis à d’autres milieux de soins de santé.

Remerciements

Le cours d’apprentissage en ligne PRFP SLD a été élaboré par le CLRI de l’Ontario à Baycrest et s’appuie sur le succès du Programme de formation des précepteurs (PEP) financé par le ministère en collaboration avec la Faculté des sciences de la santé de l’Université de Western Ontario et avec la Fanshawe College School of Allaitement.

Nous tenons à remercier les personnes qui ont contribué au développement et à la révision du contenu de ce cours.

Experts en la matière

  • Gelila Ayele –  Conceptrice du cyberapprentissage, Western 
  • William Berry – Spécialiste des médias numériques, Western
  • Ann Bossers – Professeure émérite, Ergothérapie, Western
  • Laura Bulmer – Défenseure/chercheuse, Préposés aux services de soutien à la personne (PSSP) (OPSEU/SEFPO)
  • Samantha Doralp – Physiothérapie, Western
  • Karen Ferguson – Sciences infirmières,, Western
  • Danielle Glista – Sciences et troubles de la communication, Western
  • Karen Jenkins – Sciences infirmières, Fanshawe
  • Elizabeth Anne Kinsella – Institut d’éducation en sciences de la santé, Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé, McGill
  • Lisa McCorquodale – Ergothérapie, Western
  • Kathleen McQueen – CBI Health: Canadian Rehabilitation & Home Health Services
  • Taslim Moosa – Sciences et troubles de la communication, Western
  • Jen Plant – Directrice de la pratique clinique, The Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre (Perley Health)
  • Holly Relouw – Sciences infirmières, Western
  • Kirsten Smith – Ergothérapie, Western
  • Vivetha Thambinathan – Études sur la santé, Western
  • Julie Whitehead – Conception pédagogique, Faculté des sciences de la santé, Western
  • Jessie Wilson – Chercheuse adjointe et partenaire clinique, Western

Réviseuse du module sur les SLD

  • Laura Bulmer – Défenseure/chercheuse, Préposés aux services de soutien à la personne (PSSP) (OPSEU/SEFPO)

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