Gaudine, A., B.Sc. Mount Allison, M.Sc. (A) McGill, PhD Concordia
Research: Nursing leadership; nurse's ethical conflicts; employee absenteeism; transfer of training; emotion.
LeFort S., BA Trent, M.N. Memorial, PhD McGill
Research: Self-care/self-management of chronic pain; pain assessment and management; knowledge exchange and translation; advanced practice nursing roles; ethical practice issues; telehomecare; evaluation.
MacDonald, S., BN, MN Memorial, PhD Walden
Winner of the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching 2011
Research: Community health needs and resources assessment; program evaluation; critical care nursing; nursing management, leadership qualities and styles.
Moralejo, D., BA, B.Sc., M.Sc.(A) McGill, PhD Calgary
Research: Infection control, surveillance; population/public health; evidence-based practice.
Solberg, Shirley, PhD, University of Alberta
Research: Women’s health; occupational health; chronic pain conditions associated with work; social inequality and social determinants of health; qualitative research methodologies; and ethics of publication.
Way, C., BN, BA Memorial, M.Sc(A) McGill, PhD Virginia; Winner of President's Award for Distinguished Teaching 1999
Research: End-stage renal disease and life on dialysis; impact of healthcare reforms on provider groups; evaluation of programs for women at risk during pregnancy; chronic illnesses.
Beck, D., BN, M.Sc., PhD Memorial
Research: Perceived levels and sources of stress in university professional schools, particularly nursing schools; the effect of personality disorder in clients suffering depression; use of the socialization scale in identification of individuals with personality disorders.
Best, D., BN Memorial, MN Dalhousie, Cert. A.C.N.P. Toronto
Research: Nursing research development; nutrition; cardiovascular disease and risk factors; adolescence smoking; community assessments; student academic progress.
Dawe, D., BN, M.Sc. (Community Medicine, Memorial)
Research: Nursing in long term care; women's health care needs; spiritual care; elder abuse; mental health. More information...
Kearney, A., BN Memorial, M.H.Sc. Toronto, PhD Memorial
Research: Anne’s current research interests include breast screening effectiveness particularly related to mammography screening, primary health care reform, and quality of nurses' worklife including performance of non-nursing duties, nursing skill mix, and job satisfaction.
Meadus, R., BN, B. Voc.Ed. Memorial, M.Sc.(N). Toronto, PhD, Barry
Research: Families and mental health; coping with mental health issues; men in nursing; children living with mentally-ill parents; adolescents with mood disorders.
Parsons, K., BN, MN Memorial, PhD Rush
Winner of the President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching 2014
Research: Primary areas of research interests include healthy aging, memory impairment in the older adult, teaching approaches to learning and critical thinking especially in the care of the older adult, and Heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenology.
Small, S., BN Memorial, M.Sc.N. Toronto, PhD Alberta
Research: Respiratory health, including aspects of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; asthma and youth smoking; parenting children about risk factors.
Webber, K., B.Sc.N. British Columbia, M.N. Dalhousie
Westera, D., BN, M.Ed. Memorial, M.Sc.N. Toronto
Research: Community health nursing; spirituality and health; adolescent issues. More information...
Brennan-Hunter, A., BSc.N. St. Francis Xavier, MN Dalhousie
Research: Pain in children; parental advocacy; intervention strategies for helping children manage procedures; adolescent smoking; student progress in nursing.
Bursey, M., BN, Memorial, M.Sc.(N). Toronto
Research: Gerontology; cardiovascular nursing.
Cooze, L., BN, MN Memorial
Research: Dog visitation programs for pediatric patients; the benefits of the human-animal bond and interprofessional education and patient safety. More information...
Daly, M., BN, MN Memorial
Research: Stroke rehabilitation in the younger population from a nursing perspective; bridging the gap between current research and nursing practice; relational ethics - the use of this ethical approach for nurses dealing with families experiencing chronic illness with a child.
Dobbin-Williams, K., BN, MN Memorial, PhD Candidate
Research: Food allergies and anaphylaxis, Gadamerian philosophical hermeneutics, Heideggerian hermeneutic phenomenology, maternal theory, teenagers, surgical site infection risk factors in vascular, colorectal, and cardiac bypass graft surgery, and related ethics.
Khraim, Dr. F., M.Sc., PhD Buffalo
Research: Cardiovascular disease, health care seeking behavior, and quantitative research methods.
Manuel, A., BN, MN, PhD, Memorial
Research: Genetics, sociocultural theories of risk, community health, cardiovascular disease, organ procurement, qualitative research methods, grounded theory, phenomenology.
Maddigan, J., PhD Calgary, MN, BN Memorial
Research: Psychiatric mental health nursing; early psychosis intervention; families and health; advancing nursing practice and mixed methods research.
Moody, J., BN, MN Memorial
Research: Learning disabilities (children and adults); people with disabilities and the barriers that keep them from locating employment; health promotion and literacy issues.
Murray, C., BN, MN Memorial, PhD Alberta
Research: Community and population health; health promotion and chronic disease prevention; determinants of health; health policy; health inequities; Indigenous peoples and health; healthy child development; women's health; body weight and health; fetal programming of chronic diseases; quantitative, qualitative, and interdisciplinary research.
Porr. C., BScN McMaster , MN Calgary, PhD Alberta
Research: The process by which public health nurses establish therapeutic rapport with vulnerable and potentially stigmatized clients.
Twomey, C., BN, MN Memorial, PhD
Research: Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness; quality of life; psychometrics; clinical epidemiology and community health; community health needs and resources; men in nursing.
Snow, Nicole., BN, MN, PhD (c), RN, CPMHN(C)
Research: Exploring the dimensions of professional engagement in a variety of contexts. Of primary interest are: mental health care settings; ethical considerations inherent in professional care; the concept of professionalism and its praxis; and interprofessional education and practice.
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Honorary Doctorate Degree
Matthews, M.K., BN, MN, LLD Memorial