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Project: Canada-Russia Initiative in Nursing (CRIN)

CIDA.2005.A
01/01/2005 - 31/12/2008 (48 months)

Project goals

CRIN has been developed to assist Russian Ministry of Health (MoH) and Russian Nurses Association (RNA) in establishing systemic regulatory networks to provide for improved nursing care and enhanced role of nurses as key elements of the country's health care restructuring strategy aimed at effective use of resources and more pronounced shift to primary health. CRIN will affect the nursing community of the entire country by introducing new national educational standards, standardized clinical procedures and organizational models as critical components of quality assurance. It will also introduce new standards and models in such areas as professional development, health promotion, family nursing, palliative and geriatric nursing. Three Canadian partners: Grant MacEwan College, Canadian Nurses Association and Capital Health Authority (Edmonton, Alberta) will share Canadian expertise and best practices in the above areas.

The specific of objectives of the project are:
1)To develop and implement in 7 presidential okrugs gender sensitive regulatory, organ-izational and educational frameworks for a nursing quality control system that includes clinical standards/guidelines for nursing practice and national standards in post-diploma nursing education;
2)To enhance the role of national and regional nursing associations as professional ac-creditation bodies to develop and administer independent accreditation tests for nurs-ing schools and health care facility as a vital element of quality assurance.
3)To expand the role of nurses as gender sensitive primary health care providers

Activities

Partners:

GRANT MACEWAN COLLEGE http://www.macewan.ca
The Canadian Nurses Association http://www.cna-nurses.ca
Capital Health Authority (Edmonton, Alberta) http://www.capitalhealth.ca
The Russian Nurses Association http://www.medsestre.ru
Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation http://minzdravrf.ru/

Results

CRIN has been developed to assist Russian Ministry of Health (MoH) and Russian Nurses Association (RNA) in establishing systemic regulatory networks to provide for improved nursing care and enhanced role of nurses as key elements of the country's health care restructuring strategy aimed at effective use of resources and more pronounced shift to primary health. CRIN will affect the nursing community of the entire country by introducing new national educational standards, standardized clinical procedures and organizational models as critical components of quality assurance. It will also introduce new standards and models in such areas as professional development, health promotion, family nursing, palliative and geriatric nursing. Three Canadian partners: Grant MacEwan College, Canadian Nurses Association and Capital Health Authority (Edmonton, Alberta) will share Canadian expertise and best practices in the above areas.

The specific of objectives of the project are:
1)To develop and implement in 7 presidential okrugs gender sensitive regulatory, organ-izational and educational frameworks for a nursing quality control system that includes clinical standards/guidelines for nursing practice and national standards in post-diploma nursing education;
2)To enhance the role of national and regional nursing associations as professional ac-creditation bodies to develop and administer independent accreditation tests for nurs-ing schools and health care facility as a vital element of quality assurance.
3)To expand the role of nurses as gender sensitive primary health care providers

Location

  • Chelyabinsk oblast
  • Chita oblast
  • Chuvash Republic
  • Ivanovsk oblast
  • Khanti-Mansyiskiy autonomous region
  • Leningrad oblast
  • Moscow
  • Moscow oblast
  • Republic of Tatarstan
  • Rostov oblast
  • Saint-Petersburg
  • Samara oblast
  • Sverdlovsk oblast
  • Tambov oblast
  • Tyumen oblast
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   no information
    Beneficiaries:   no information
    Financiers:   Canadian Agency of International Development (CIDA)
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

    4 300 000 US Dollar.

    Project Documents

    The following table lists the documents created by or used in the project. In order to see details about a document, or to download it, please click on its title or on 'details'.

    Document Type Title Format More...
    Information material CRIN project Broshure This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Questionnaires Analysis of questionnaires filled by nurses working in hospital This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Questionnaires Analysis of questionnaires filled by nurses working in polyclinic This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Questionnaires Analysis of questionnaires filled by RNA members involved in CRIN project This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
    Questionnaires Analysis of staff questionnaires This document can be downloaded This document has been written by the project View Details of the Document
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    Nursing

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