College of Nursing

Faculty & Staff

June Anonson
R.N., PhD
Associate Professor - On Sabbatical

Office: 105 1301 Central Avenue, Prince Albert
Phone: (306) 765-3333 ext 7514
Fax: (306) 765-3331
Skype: june.anonson
Other: Sabbatical Leave (January 1, 2015 - June 30, 2015)


  • Research Interests
    • Marginalized Populations
  • Methodology
    • Participatory Action Research


Petrucka, P., Bassendowski, S., James, T.F., Roberts, H., & Anonson, J. (2009). Mobile technology in a developing context-Impacts and directions for nursing. In Nursing and Clinical Informatics: Socio-Technical Approaches, (# 20). Medical Information Science Reference.

Walker, M.E., Anonson, J., (in press). Primary Health Care in South Korea. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, to be published in next 12 months.

Anonson, J., Ferguson, L., Fowler-Kerry, S., MacDonald, M., Murray, L., & Bally, J. (in press). The Anatomy of Interdisciplinary Leadership: An Investigation of Competencies in Interprofessional Health Care Teamwork. Journal of Leadership Studies. To be published in either Summer or Fall issue 2009.

Bassendowski, S., Petrucka, P., Anonson, J., & Salgado, J. (2008). From Pens to Pods: Exploring the educational implications for podcasting. Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues. Volume 9, No 1, 1-7.

Bassendowski, S., Petrucka, P., & Anonson, J. (2007).  From pens to pentiums: A review of tools used by registered nurses for the processing of client information.  The Canadian Nursing Informatics Journal, Volume 2(2), 20-29.


Two CIHR Student (Alisha Gregory & Stacey Huard), Grants (Supervisor): May- August, $10,000.

Lalita, (P.I.), committee members Water and Health Research Group, (2009). Workshop with FSIN on Water and Health; $ 25,000, Canadian Lutheran World Relief, Association Urpichallay, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Bassendowski S., Wall P., & Anonson J., (2008-2009). NURS 812.3 - Leadership in Nursing - for Graduate Nursing programs. Tel funding. $ 37,050.00.

Jeffery, B., (P.I.), (Co-investigators): Woods, F., McAvoy, Anonson, J., (2007-2008). The Evaluation of the Impact of School Food Policy. Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, Prince Albert Parkland Health Region and the Prince Albert Catholic School Division. $4,000.

Sundquist, S., & Anonson, J. (Supervisor), (2007). The Lived Experience of Saskatchewan Nursing Leaders in Health Policy. Graduate student stipend Through the Community Health Nursing study by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation REISS program in partnership with Public Health Agency for Canada, Health Canada Health Policy Branch, Health Human Resources, and First Nations & Inuit Health Branch; B.C Ministry of Health Communicable Disease and Addiction Prevention and Office of Nursing Directorate; McMaster Nursing Health Services Research Unit, and Vancouver Coastal Health" ; $15,000.

Anonson, J.,  (Co-I) with B. Jeffrey (PI: University of Regina) and S. Abonyi (PI: Community Health & Epidemiology); J. Poudrier (Co-I; Sociology). Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), average of $135,839/year for 4 years. "Tools 2-community health and wellness indicators reflecting daily life in Saskatchewan's isolated far north: Implications for program planning and evaluation."

Anonson, J., Goodridge, D., (Co-P.I.s) (2007).  Supporting the Unique Health Care Needs of a Specific Population: Heartland Health Region, $20,000, Saskatchewan Health.