Current Students and Alumni

Postdoctoral Fellowship

STUDENT TOPIC
 

 

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Students

STUDENT TOPIC
Sue Bookey-Bassett Enhancing Interprofessional Collaboration among a Nurse-Led Interdisciplinary Team of Community-Based Health Care Providers
Danielle Nash PhD in Health Research Methodology: Chronic kidney disease quality of care/patient centred care
Carly Whitemore   
Michelle Pinto   Care of older adults in management of diabetes and multiple chronic conditions

Master of Science (MSc) Student

Student Topic
Kristina Chang Areas of interest include the older adult population, geriatrics, dementia, the caregiver experience, and community health

Undergraduate Degree Students

Student Degree Topic
Montana Fisher-Shotton   Kinesiology ACHRU Study 9pragmatic effectiveness-implementation trial to evaluate a hospital-to-home transitional care intervention compared to usual care for older adults with multiple chronic conditions and depression
Maverick Mooney  Nursing  
Michael Thabane  Math & Statistics  

Alumni

Student Degree Topic
Conrad Worrall BScN  On-line caregiver toolkit
Colette Schotsman Creative Industries Study 6: A Client-Driven Intervention to Support Self-Management among Community-Living Older Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Multiple Chronic Conditions
Rebecca Ganann Post-doctoral Fellow Evaluating the Impact of Patient and Public Engagement (PPE) in Research
Leah West BScN A pilot study of an interprofessional nurse-led, community-based diabetes intervention for older adults with Type 2 diabetes and comorbid chronic conditions.
Amina Wu BScN Study 1: Managing MCC: A Qualitative Study of the Perceptions of Older Adults, Family Caregivers and Healthcare Providers
Lori Martin BScN Study 7: A Community Navigation & Rehabilitation Intervention for Stroke Survivors with MCC
Alexandra Vickers BScN Study 7: A Community Navigation & Rehabilitation Intervention for Stroke Survivors with MCC
Kevin Hong BScN Studies: 1) A pilot study of an interprofessional nurse-led, community-based diabetes intervention for older adults with Type 2 diabetes and comorbid chronic conditions; 2) Engaging community-based organizations in evidence-based fall prevention for older adults: Moving from research to action.
Erin Furdas BScN Collaborative leadership and knowledge translation practices used by Public Health to engage community service providers in fall prevention.

Kristina Kokorelias

Gerontology Study 1: Managing MCC: A Qualitative Study of the Perceptions of Older Adults, Family Caregivers and Healthcare Providers
Annie Lam MScN Transition Experiences of Caregivers of Older Adults with Dementia and Multiple Chronic Conditions: An Interpretive Description
Julianne Sciascia MSc Prevalence and correlates of adherence to exercise regimens post-myocardial infarction
Tamara Babineau MSc The Prevalence, Correlates and Outcomes of Depressive Symptoms in Older Medical Inpatients
Monica Massey MSc Prevalence and correlates of self-management among community living older adults with heart failure and diabetes mellitus
Jan-Marie Morgan MSc  Wound Care and Advanced Nursing Practice
Cathy Dykeman MPH Collaborative leadership and knowledge translation practices used by Public Health to engage community service providers in fall prevention.
Olga Lucia Cortes PhD Predictors of First Ambulation During Hospitalization Among Patients Admitted for Acute Myocardial Infarction
Sinéad Dufour Post-doctoral Studies: 1) Managing MCC: A qualitative study of the perceptions of older adults, family caregivers and healthcare providers; 2) A Community Navigation and Rehabilitation Intervention for Stroke Survivors with Multiple Chronic Conditions; 3) Mobilizing Knowledge into Action: A Strategy to Improve Bladder Health of Older Women through Community-Based Falls Prevention Programming.
Holly Reimer Post-doctoral Health promotion and chronic disease management for older adults with multiple chronic conditions.