Academic Staff

Marck Salamatin, RN, BN, CMSN(C), GNC(C)Marck
Instructor I

Contact Information

Helen Glass Centre for Nursing
College of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
E: Marck.Salamatin@umanitoba.ca
P: 204-474-9576

I am very interested in the professional and personal growth of learners – to be a part of their transformation into Nurses and unique individuals who will truly make a positive impact in our society.

Profile

With more than ten years of direct patient care experience, Marck works with students and colleagues in the U of M College of Nursing in various roles.  He primarily teaches in the Nursing Skills Laboratory and in the clinical setting as a Clinical Education Facilitator.   In addition, he advises senior practicum students in their final clinical rotation.  Marck has previously held roles as Course Leader and Site Program Leader.  Most importantly, he lent his clinical expertise and collaborated with the Executive Director of Clinical Education, Carol Enns in the development of two concept-based clinical courses and the accompanying Year 2, CEF Clinical Teaching Handbook, How-to Guide in Teaching Concept-Based Learning Activities.   

Education

M.Ed. (Student), University of New Brunswick, Curriculum Studies

BN, University of Manitoba

BSc. (Maj. Biochemistry), University of Manitoba

CMSN(C), Medical-Surgical Nursing Certificate, Canadian Nurses Association

GNC(C), Gerontological Nursing Certificate, Canadian Nurses Association

"Putting the P.I.E.C.E.S. Together" Certificate, Deer Lodge Centre, Winnipeg, Canada

Clinical Instructor Certificate, Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN)

Safe Feeding/Swallowing & Obstructed Airway Trainer, WRHA, Deer Lodge Centre, Winnipeg, MB

Specialty/Clinical/Teaching Areas

Clinical Interest:  Gerontological Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing

Teaching Areas: Course Developer: NURS 2540 and 2542, Nursing Practice 1 and 2  (Concept-Based Curriculum); Course Developer: Year 2, CEF Clinical Teaching Handbook; Course Leader: (NURS 2540) 2015-2016; Pharmacology (Problem-Based Learning); Nursing Skills (Year 2 and Year 3); Surgical Nursing; Gerontology; Faculty Advisor (Senior Practicum students); Academic Coaching (Year 3 Surgery); Site Program Leader: (Medical-Surgical units); Clinical Education Facilitator: Surgery and Gerontology

Other Interest:
Increasing patient safety through cognitive and communication processes; Enhancing Nursing education accessibility to marginalized populations; and Use of technology in the clinical/educational settings.

Membership
 
Member, Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing

Member, Faculty Equity & Access Committee

Member, Selection Committee, Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence (Spring 2014)