Corinne Rogers

ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing


ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing


EDHS 597 - Special Seminars

Priority given to graduate students in the Master of Education in Health Sciences Education program. Content varies from year to year. Topics announced prior to registration period. Transcript carries title descriptive of content. May be repeated. Sections are offered at an increased rate of fee assessment.

INT D 222 - Indigenous Health in Canada

This course is offered in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action, and is the beginning step to culturally safe interaction and practice. Focus is on introducing students to a variety of historical realities and contemporary issues relevant to Indigenous health in Canada. Students will examine issues and contributions facing settler relations from a historical, contemporary and critical perspective, with a focus on health and well-being. Note: Priority will be given to students in health science programs where this is a required course. Not to be taken if credit received for NURS 222.

INT D 420 - Perspectives on Inclusive and Global Health

This course will provide opportunities for students to develop a deeper, more situated, understanding of the guiding principles that underpin equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the global context. In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the students will recognize the key issues related to EDI in global health including global citizenship, a sense of social justice; environmental, social, economic and political global challenges; agency; intersectionality (ethnicity, gender, patriarchy, power relationships) and an appreciation for cultural diversity. Prerequisites: All courses in the BScN program except NURS 422, NURS 425 and NURS 485. Corequisites NURS 422 and 425, SC INF 425 and PHILE 386.

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