Global Citizenship Development Education (GCDE) in Nursing and Midwifery
Lecturer: Carol Condon
Researcher: Dr Rene Gonzales
Department: School of Nursing & Midwifery, College of Medicine and Health Studies.
The goal of this study was to identify areas of the academic material taught at the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM) at UCC, that refer to content potentially related to GCDE. The areas included for this assessment cover undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes, and were selected by Dr Carol Condon, Co-Director of International Education, Programme Coordinator MSc Nursing, and College Lecturer at SNM, UCC.
Plans to advance this project in the future contemplate the development of a cross-school global citizenship education plan.
This compilation, collated by Dr Gonzales, presents material published on UCC’s Book of Modules* and projects described by Dr Condon.
* UCC Book of Modules can be found at: https://reg.ucc.ie/curriculum/modules/
Global Citizenship Development Education (GCDE) in Nursing and Midwifery.
Carol Condon & Rene Gonzales: GCDE in Nursing and Midwifery. (PDF opens in a new tab/window)
Registered General Nurse since 1987, Graduated with a Bachelor of nursing Science from University College Dublin 1998MSc by research form University College Cork 2002 Nurse Fellow of European Cardiology Society.
Research interests: Primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, Integrated care pathways for chronic disease, Simulation and diversity.
Dr Rene Gonzales
Dr Rene Gonzales is a multi-disciplinary researcher with a background in medicine, specialised in ophthalmology. He also has a degree in multimedia design with computing and a master’s in science in that field. His PhD in visualisation and perception in medical and surgical education and practice was awarded by Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the UK. Dr Gonzales is a post-doctoral researcher with principal investigators from the School of Nursing and Midwifery and collaborates with Praxis UCC.
Research interests: Visual perception, visualisation, and spatial ability in structural learning of anatomy and surgery, design for usability, human-computer interaction, space medicine, robotics, and more.
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