As a Nursing Professor and Chair of Ethics at Ryerson Nancy Walton understand the struggle of clinicians and ethicists, this interview explores how she came to love the subject and how she hopes nurses begin to engage with the topic.
Sioban Nelson PhD Dean and Professor – Lawrence S Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing After starting the MN at the University of Toronto, I have had a few readings from Sioban about understanding the history of Nursing. These articles really helped my understanding of nursing. Being young in the profession this historical analysis helps to ground […]
Dr Mary Jane Esplen RN Clinician Scientist and Professor – University of Toronto Area of expertise: Psychosocial Oncology Dr Mary Jane Esplen has an extensive career in clinical oncology practice that has evolved over the years to include research as major part of her role. Her ability to drive research strongly tied to clinical practice […]
Lianne Jeffs RN, PhD(c) Director Nursing & Clinical Research Research Scientist – Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute In her current role at she contributes globally to evolving patient safety science as her program area of research is patient safety. Her work focuses on the generating knowledge on the design and delivery of safer health-care systems. […]
Hélène Sabourin, RN, BScN, MHA Links The Canadian Nurses Foundation – La Fondation des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada Question Do you know of any technology that easily allows you to find what research has been done in a particular area, or grants are given out? Have you ever applied for awards or grants? What […]