work experienceEileen has a long career history of both nursing practice and nursing education. She is a certified critical care nursing specialist with extensive experience in tertiary and community level health care agencies. She is a committed nurse educator with experience in program planning, curriculum development and course development for classroom, practice education and on-line environments. She is an engaging clinical practice and classroom teacher.
Eileen is currently the Curriculum Lead for the Nursing Program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
educationEileen has been practicing nursing since 1981, and teaching since 1988.
Eileen earned a Master's of Science in Nursing from the University of British Columbia in 1998. Her areas of interest included curriculum development and program planning, adult education, leadership and professional nursing practice.
Original Research Project:
The Oxygen Supply and Demand Framework: a tool to support integrative learning (2012-present)-exploring the effectiveness of the Oxygen Supply and Demand Framework as a learning and clinical decision making tool.
Shackell, E. & Gillespie, M. (2009). The Oxygen Supply and Demand Framework: a tool to support integrative learning. Dynamics: the official journal of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses. 20(4), p.15-19.
C. J. Evans, E. F.Shackell, S. J. Kerr-Wilson, G. J. Doyle, J. A. McCutcheon, & B. Budz. (2014). A Faculty Created Strategic Plan for Excellence in Nursing Education. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. (11), 1.
Gillespie, M. &Shackell, E. (2014). Exploring the effectiveness of the Oxygen Supply and Demand Framework in Nursing Education. Dynamics: the official journal of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 25(4) p.22-26.