A Day in the Life of: Advanced Practice Nurse

CREATE-BEST and the MDII are pleased to invite you to the upcoming session of a series of seminars/webinars on the workday of a healthcare / public health professional. During each of these sessions, we invite a guest from the healthcare / public health sector and conduct a live interview with them. We will ask about their position in the organization, their daily activities, and their job requirements. The session will also allow for an open discussion with our guest for you to ask any questions about their workday!

This session’s guest is Clementine Langenbahn, a Registered Nurse working at Bruyère continuing care.

About the speaker

Clementine Langenbahn is a Registered Nurse working at Bruyére continuing care. She studied Nursing and finished her undergraduate studies with the University of Ottawa in 2004. Since, she has worked in variation healthcare settings including acute care setting, specialty clinics, long term facility and now practicing in primary care. In 2013 -2017 Clementine returned to academic life at Trinity Western University to complete her master in nursing on part-time basis while working full time and balancing her marriage life and parenting skills to two daughters, who are now age 5 ½ and 11 years old respectively.

Clementine is recognized as a vital member of her clinic and a recipient of the Bruyere family health Team Excellence in family medicine teaching award (2010-2011). Clementine presented a poster in October 2017 – on Humanizing Healthcare International Conference in Ottawa – Tittle” Addressing Low Vaccination Rates in Primary Care: a Nurse-led Patient-Centered Approach to understand and address Vaccine Hesitancy Among Older Adults.” Clementine describes self as an active consumer of research products. As an agent for change, Clementine is passionate about her advanced practice nursing role to optimize the role of the registered nurses in primary care.

When: April 8, 2019 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Where: University of Ottawa, SITE Building, 800 King Edward Ave., Room 5084