Video designed to help a BCIT Health Part-Time Studies student choose a nursing specialty. The specialty areas included are: critical care, emergency, neonatology, nephrology, neuroscience, occupational health, pediatric nursing, pediatric critical care, perinatal, perioperative.
Educational video produced for critical care nursing students. Using a dramatization, the video teaches students how to combine a conversational interviewing style with a physical examination for a comprehensive assessment.
Educational video produced for critical care nursing students. Using a dramatization, the video helps students practice systematic analysis and decision making skills. The narrator references a workbook for students that provides corresponding information and discussion questions.
Katherine Doyle, R.N. (Nursing Instructor at BCIT) discusses her experience studying nurse training programs in Malaysia during a project funded by CIDA Professional Awards Program and BCIT. The film is a video transfer of 3 projector slides and sound program (voice over of interviews and narration).
Day in the Life of a Payroll Clerk: Helps occupational nursing students become aware of hazards in an office workplace. Examines the duties of a payroll clerk, Miriam Quarin, in order to illustrate white collar physical hazards and mental stress.
Machine Doctor: Illustrates hidden hazards in industrial workplaces. Helps occupational nursing students identify the dangers by following the daily activities of a millwright at Scott Paper.
Film made for potential Nursing students about the two distance education nursing programs at BCIT: Remote Access Nursing (RAN) for the Nursing Diploma Program and distance education for Advanced Nursing Specialties. Includes interviews with instructors and nursing students around the province.
Shows nursing students how to perform correctly each of the following tasks: 1. tie knots for securing the ends of a restraint to a bed, chair, or wheelchair; 2. apply two types of jacket restraints for a patient in a bed, wheelchair, or ordinary chair; 3. apply a clove hitch restraint for wrist or ankle; 4. apply a wheelchair hip belt; and 5. restrain a patient's hands using a sheet, gown, or other bedding.