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Bernice King Lecture features Dr. Bernice Downey

May 8, 2018

Dr. Downey

Dr. Bernice Downey delivered the 2018 Bernice King Lectureship in Clinical Nursing Education this year on April 24 at Innovation Park.

Downey is an Assistant Professor and Indigenous Health Lead, School of Nursing, Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University.

She spoke about Nursing Education and Social Reform: Fostering Indigenous Health Leadership towards the achievement of IND-equity.

Drs. Carroll, Downey and Landeen

Photo above: Drs. Carroll, Downey and Landeen

Dr. Sandra Carroll, Acting Associate Dean, Health Sciences & Director, School of Nursing gave the opening and closing remarks.

The Bernice King Lectureship was launched in the Fall of 2005 to honour Bernice King, an esteemed nursing colleague with an outstanding career- long record of excellence in clinical nursing education.

The aim of the annual Lecture is to stimulate the advancement of clinical nursing education through collaboration between clinical and academic partners, and the development of educational innovations.

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