Camille Wolfe

My teaching expertise includes nursing leadership/management, quality assurance, ethics, and legal issues affecting nursing practice.

My clinical areas of expertise and interest are Nephrology, Mental Health, Community Nursing and International Nursing. I have a specific interest in the area of addictions and treatment and have participated in the medical education program at the Betty Ford Institute.

I teach primarily in tutorial with fourth year students in the Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program, the Post RN Baccalaureate Program and the After Degree Program.

I am very interested in the development and analysis of written examinations and have been a participant in the development of item writing of multiple choice questions and item bank analysis of questions for the Canadian Registered Nurse Examinations (CRNE) in conjunction with Assessment Strategies Inc.

I am very interested in the aspect of community sustainability in an international setting and have had involvement with three non-governmental organizations (NGO's): Samaritan's Purse (as a nurse on two medical mission trips to Nicaragua, Central America); World Vision (as a volunteer being part of a water development and Irrigation project in Ecuador, South America); and Flying Doctors of Canada (as part of a medical team doing health promotion) to El Salvador, Central America.

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