Calgary Clinical Resources Co-ordinating Committee

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Calgary Clinical Resources Co-ordinating Committee

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The Calgary Clinical Resources Co-ordinating Committee promotes the most advantageous use of clinical resources in Calgary and surrounding areas. It maintains a process of facilitating the requests for clinical resources made by nursing education programs, provides clinical experiences for nursing students in the clinical agencies while complying with the agencies' care standards, provides a forum for educational and clinical agencies to discuss issues of mutual concern, and communicates and provides recommendations to appropriate groups on issues regarding clinical resources. The Committee was formed in 1981 and was called The Joint Committee for the Allocation of Clinical Resources. The name was changed to Calgary Clinical Resources Co-ordinating Committee in September 1993. Commmittee membership is comprised of nursing educational program representatives responsible for nursing student clinical placement, and health care agency representatives responsible for clinical practice.


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