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Release of French IPAC and Nursing Leadership eLearning Courses

Posted On: November 8, 2021

The Ontario CLRI is proud to announce the release of our French IPAC and Clinical Nursing Leadership eLearning courses. These courses were developed with experts from the IPAC and nursing community in Canada. Courses can be used to train Registered Nurses (RNs), Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs), PSWs, LTC team members, volunteers and families or essential care partners.

IPAC courses now in French

  • Break the Chain of Transmission: IPAC Core Concepts and Practices – This eLearning Course reviews the IPAC core concepts and practices that are essential for preventing and controlling infection. It is the prerequisite for the scenario-based courses in the IPAC series. The course is for LTC team members and essential caregivers.
  • IPAC While Travelling to and From an LTC Home – This eLearning course will apply the skills and knowledge from Break the Chain of Transmission to typical situations that can happen while travelling to and from an LTC home. The course is for LTC team members and essential caregivers.
  • IPAC While Supporting Residents at Mealtime  – This eLearning course will apply the skills and knowledge from Break the Chain of Transmission to scenarios about supporting a resident at mealtime in an LTC home. The course is for LTC team members and essential caregivers.

Clinical Nursing Leadership  courses now in French

  • Module 1: Communicating Effectively  – This module allows nurses to use effective communication techniques in a variety of contexts and with a variety of people(e.g., colleagues, residents, families, different departments, etc.). Nurses will learn the difference between effective and ineffective communication approaches, be able to describe techniques for giving feedback and recognize the possible consequences of effective and ineffective communication techniques. Anticipated outcomes include improved communication skills to increase team morale and provide the best quality of life for residents.
  • Module 2: Handling Conflict with Care  – This module allows nurses to use effective strategies for managing conflict in a variety of contexts and with a variety of people (e.g. colleagues, residents, families, different departments, etc.). Nurses will learn how to describe several effective strategies for managing conflict and recognize several ineffective strategies for managing conflict and recognize the possible consequences of both approaches. Anticipated outcomes include improved ability to manage conflict and the ability to model how to handle conflict with care.
  • Module 3: Being a Leader – This module will help nurses recognize how they can demonstrate leadership in their day-to-day work. Nurses will learn how to describe characteristics of transformational leaders, recognize myths and misconceptions about leadership, and recognize the differences and similarities between a manager and a leader. Anticipated outcomes include improved understanding of how to develop leadership skills and how to show clinical leadership on the job.

For more information, or to access these French eLearning courses, visit: https://learn.clri-ltc.ca/?lang=fr.

About the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care

The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Long-Term Care, and hosted at Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère, and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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