MB FNI HCC Program Orientation
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The @YourSideColleague® MB FNI HCC Program Orientation
In May 2009, the home and community care orientation course was developed and launched as part of a joint initiative between Saint Elizabeth and the Manitoba First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care (MB FNI HCC) Program. The orientation course was developed as a one-stop-shop for program information and resources. The goal of this course is to offer a standardized home and community care program orientation and support communities to provide phenomenal care to community members. Although the course has been developed specifically for health care workers in Manitoba First Nation communities, the course is available to interested individuals and contains general information relevant in other provinces.
The design of this course provides an overview of home and community care nursing (RNs and LPNs), certain topics and subtopics may also be helpful to Community Health Nurses, Personal Support Workers (Health Care Aides and Home Makers), Community Health Representatives, and other community-based health care providers in First Nation Communities.MB FNI HCC Program
- Manitoba First Nation communities
- Home care nursing competencies, professional practice, roles and responsibilities, and clinical skills
- Identifying supports
- Client interaction
- Cultural competencies
- Ongoing learning opportunities