Nursing Boot Camp
Nursing Bootcamp is designed to help new students in the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) program develop the skills needed to succeed!
Time management, charting, documentation, and communication skills are essential to have in order to be successful in university and your future nursing career!
All first year nursing students are strongly encouraged to attend all four boot camp sessions.
The four boot camp sessions are as follows:
Time Management and Study Skills
In this three hour session, students will work with the Student Success Centre to develop skills related to time management and studying.
This session is advised for all students who are new to university or are wanting to further develop their time management and studying.
To Register: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Full Name, Student Number, and the Dates/Sessions you would like to attend.
Guidelines for Charting and Documentation
This three hour session will help you understand the importance of, and the legalities behind documentation, as well as basic standards. It is important to attend this session before you start clinical in the Winter term.
The Guidelines for Charting and Documentation workshop is typically held in November.
In-Depth Look at Charting, Client Assessment, and the Nursing Process
This three hour session will teach you exact standards in terms of charting and documentation. In addition, there will be an opportunity to learn about completing a holistic client assessment and to complete a client care plan utilizing the nursing process. It will look at the reasons for charting, tools and methods, and legalities of documentation.
The In-Depth Look at Charting, Client Assessment, and the Nursing Process workshop is typically held in January.
This three hour session will look at how you can communicate as a professional nurse. It will cover verbal, non-verbal, and therapeutic communication. In addition, there will be an opportunity to practice utilizing helping skills at the beside.
The Nursing Conversations workshop is typically held in February.
The additional workshop dates will be announced as they become available.