The Schattschneider Nursing Ethics Lectureship has been established by Hazel (Schattschneider) Magnussen, graduate of the University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing’ and author of The Moral Work of Nursing: Asking and Living with the Questions (Second Edition, 2017). The lectureship is named after Hazel’s family who provided grounding, nurture and inspiration for her nursing career […]
Saturday, September 2, 11 am to 4 pm, Indigo Books, South Edmonton Common 1837 99 St. Sunday, November 19, 12 noon to 4 pm Chapters Old Strathcona, 10504 82 Ave, Edmonton
I’m looking forward to a trip to Ontario next week to attend the Community Health Nurses of Canada Conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario. I will be presenting a paper, The Moral Work of Community Health Nursing, on Wednesday, June 21. It will be a wonderful opportunity to talk with community health nurses about moral challenges in their work. Working […]
I am looking forward to the release of the second edition of The Moral Work of Nursing in June. It includes updated information, along with new chapters in community health nursing (one on public health and pandemic ethics, the other on home health and primary care). Another new chapter reviews aspects of end of life care that […]
Student nurses, nurse educators and other nurses will be in Edmonton for Margaret Scott Wright Research and Innovation Day on November 4. The theme is Building Identity – an important part of becoming and being a nurse. I will be presenting a paper summarizing research regarding community health nursing ethics and the moral work of community […]
I am looking forward to spending Sunday afternoon, November 6, at Old Strathcona Chapters bookstore (10504 82 Ave., Edmonton, AB) from 12 to 4pm with the book, The Moral Work of Nursing. A great gift for nurses and folks who want to know more about nurses’ role in the health care system.
I look forward to attending the Canadian Bioethics Society Conference in Toronto at the end of May. It includes sessions about ethics in community health such as: Ethics Education in Public Health; Ethical Practice in Palliative Home Care and Primary Care Ethics. Another session on understanding moral agency capacity caught my attention. Thanks to those […]
Hazel Magnussen will be at Chapters store, 3277 Calgary Trail, Edmonton on Sunday, October 25 from 1-4pm to sign copies of her latest book, The Moral Work of Nursing: Asking and living with the questions.
I look forward to the 4th Biennial International Conference on the Nurse’s Role in the Criminal Justice System (http://sustodyand caring.usask.ca), where I will be leading a workshop inviting participants to reflect on moral concerns and identify strategies for self-care and peer support in forensic and correctional nursing practice. The conference is in Saskatoon, SK on October 7-9th, 2015. […]
The Moral Work of Nursing was launched a year ago during nurses’ week. This year, I will be signing books at the Friends of the University of Alberta Hospital gift shop between 11am and 3pm on Wednesday, May 13. The book highlights nurses’ work and moral challenges that are part of their daily practice. It is a […]