Manu Gill (BSc, MSN) is a Registered Nurse (RN) and Educator. Manu obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing Education from the University of British Columbia. She has spent much of her career as an RN in post-surgical settings in various hospitals around the province. Most recently, Manu has worked as an operating room nurse at the VGH ORs, specializing in urological and vascular surgeries. She spent much of her MSN research evaluating the impact of nursing education on patient safety. Manu is a full-time Nursing faculty at BCIT in the School of Health Sciences, currently working as the Accreditation Lead. She has teaching experience in Clinical Practice, Problem-Based Learning, Nursing Assessment/Management, and Pharmacology.
BScN - UBC 2007; HAU Certification BCIT 2009; Perioperative Nursing Certification VCH 2016; MSN UBC 2018
Gill, M., Andersen, E., & Hilsmann, N. (2019). Best practices for teaching pharmacology to undergraduate nursing students: A systematic review of the literature. Nurse Education Today, 74, 15-24. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2018.11.017; Voznyuk,S., Mehdic,H., Gill.M, Nguan, C., Rohling,R., Singla,R., Forbes,C. (2019, October, 23-25). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Preventing Retained Surgical Items with the Use of Augmented-Reality. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianpolis, IN; Juan, S., Debuen, J. Kerr-Wilson, S., & Gill, M. (2019, October, 21-23). The Evaluation of BSN Students’ Nursing Competencies in a Concept-Based Curriculum by the OSCE. SIMExpo 2019. Montreal, QC.