Thompson Rivers University

Shari Caputo, RN, BSN, MSN

Name: Shari Caputo, RN, BSN, MSN
Position: Tenure Track Lecturer
Phone: 2503776139
Email: scaputo@tru.ca

Interests

Nursing and Health Care:

*Nursing History

Nursing Practice Expertise:

*General Medicine-Cardiac and Renal
*Maternal/Child Nursing

Research Interests

Research and Scholarly Activity

*Nursing History
*Practical Nursing
*Simulation

Education

Masters in Nursing, University of British Columbia, 2016

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University College of the Cariboo, 2001

Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing, Scholarship of Discovery, 2016

Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing, Canadian Certified Nurse Educator, Module 1, Teaching-Learning Philosophies and Theories, 2018

Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing, Canadian Certified Nurse Educator, Module 3, Teaching-Learning Strategies, 2017

Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing, Canadian Certified Nurse Educator, Module 2, Curriculum and Design, (completion March 2019)

Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing, Simulation Certification Program, Module 1, Theory and Design, 2018

Secwepemc Language Classes run by the First Nations Language Program in the TRU Faculty of Education and Social Work, 2018

TRU Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Interculturalizing the Curriculum Faculty PD Program, Spring 2018

Publications

Publications *The Development of Practical Nursing in British Columbia: A Social Historical Perspective, 1940-1980. (Unpublished Thesis, 2016) Presentations *TRU School of Nursing, Journeys of Nursing Annual Conference, "The Development of Practical Nursing in British Columbia: A Social Historical Perspective, 1940-80" Presentation, 2017 *TRU School of Nursing, Journeys of Nursing Annual Conference, "An alternative simulation experience: The use of standardized patients in the lab", Co-Presentation with Andrea Sullivan, 2017 *Western Canadian Health Sciences Educators, Annual Conference, "SHIFTING PRIORITIES: Developing prioritization skills for complex clients", Co-Presentation with Andrea Sullivan, 2017 *Teaching Practices Colloquium, Thompson Rivers University, "An alternative simulation experience: The use of standardized patients in the lab", Co-Presentation with Andrea Sullivan, 2017 *Canadian Association for the History of Nursing Annual Conference, "Emerging from the Shadows: A History of Practical Nursing in British Columbia" Oral Poster presentation, 2016 *UBC Centennial Nursing History Symposium, "Emerging from the Shadows: The Evolution of Practical Nurses in BC, 1940-70", E-Poster Presentation on Thesis Research, 2015 Awards *Canadian Association for the History of Nursing Scholarship Recipient, 2015 *British Columbia History of Nursing Society Scholarship Recipient, 2014

Employment History

Nursing Practice

*Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops, British Columbia, 2001- 2016

*Public Health Unit, Kamloops British Columbia, Flu Clinic Nurse, 2009-2011

*Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops, British Columbia, Prenatal Instructor, 2009-2010

*Whitehorse General Hospital, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, 2002-2003

* Enzyme Infusion Nurse, BioMarin/Genzyme LLQ, Pediatric Clinical Trial, Whitehorse General Hospital, Whitehorse Yukon Territory, 2003


Nursing Education

*Tenure Track Lecturer, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, 2016-

*Sessional Clinical Instructor, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, 2008, 2012-2016

*Sessional Lab Instructor, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, 2014-2016

Courses Taught

NURS 1740 Nursing Practice 1: Introduction to Nursing Practice, Seminar
NURS 1740 Nursing Practice 1: Introduction to Nursing Practice, Lab
NURS 1800 Professional Practice 2: Foundation to the Profession of Nursing
NURS 1830 Health and Healing 2: Health Indicators (Conception to Middle Childhood)
NURS 1840 Nursing Practice 2: Coming to Know the Client, Seminar
NURS 1840 Nursing Practice 2: Coming to Know the Client, Lab Theory and Lab Practice
NURS 1840 Nursing Practice 2: Coming to Know the Client, Clinical Practice

NURS 2840 Nursing Practice 4: Promoting Health and Healing, Lab Theory and Lab Practice
NURS 2840 Nursing Practice 4: Promoting Health and Healing, Clinical Practice
NURS 2380 Consolidated Practice Experience 2

NURS 3740 Nursing Practice 5: Promoting Health and Healing, Lab Theory and Lab Practice
NURS 3740 Nursing Practice 5: Promoting Health and Healing, Clinical Practice
NURS 3380 Consolidated Practice Experience 3

Professional Affiliations

British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP), Registered Nurse Designation, 2001-present

Canadian Association for the History of Nursing (CAHN), 2012-present

Canadian Nurse Educator Simulation Interest Group, Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing (CASN) 2018-present

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