Karima Jivraj, B.A, BScN, RN.
Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Nursing
Experienced Registered Nurse with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and health care industry. Skilled in Mental Health Nursing with focus on Geriatric Psychiatry and Medicine. Excellent communication and problem solving skills, strong work ethics in interdisciplinary work setting. Interested in advancing nursing knowledge and education by attending continuing education conferences and certification courses. Strong healthcare services professional with a BA (Economics) and BScN from MacEwan university.
Clinical Instructor (Mental Health, Acute & Community Mental Health)
NURS 327 - Mental Health and Wellness in Nursing
This course in mental health provides opportunities to acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes to promote wellness, through safe, ethical nursing practice, in a variety of contexts. The focus will be mental well-being throughout the lifespan. Learning experiences will provide students an understanding of the mental health nursing process. Clinical hours listed are the total number of hours and will be offered over 6 weeks. Note: Available only to nursing students in the Collaborative/Honors Program or Bilingual Program. Prerequisites: NURS 216, NURS 224, and NURS 225.