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College of Nursing

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June Anonson
R.N., PhD
Associate Professor

Office:105 1301 Central Avenue, Prince Albert
Phone:(306) 765-3872(306) 765-3872
Fax: (306) 765-3880
E-mail:june.anonson@usask.ca
Skype: june.anonson

Biography

  • Research Interests
    • Nursing Leadership
    • Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations
  • Methodology
    • Mixed and Participatory Action Research

Publications

Grants

Grants, Awarded (Peer-Reviewed)

Arries, E. J. (Principal Investigator), Johner, R., Urban, A., Wagner, J., Anonson, J., Luhanga, F. & Donnelly, G., (Co-Investigators). Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, “Strengthening Inter-Professional Ethics Education Practices of Nursing and Social Work Professionals in Saskatchewan: Deepening Understandings of Ethical Issues and Early Indicators”. Total: $36,512.00 for 2015-2016.

Anonson J (Co-principal Investigator), Tran TD (Co-principal Investigator), Tran T (Co-principal Investigator), Buhler L (Co-investigator), Kent-Wilkinson A (Co-investigator), Springer RA (Co-investigator), Walker ME (Co-investigator). Scaling up practice of non- pharmaceutical approaches in improving Quality of life, along with the prevention and care of common mental health disorders in Vietnam, The project aims to develop and provide locally feasible and effective non-pharmaceutical treatment interventions for children and women, especially for high risk groups of teenagers, pregnant women, mothers and infants. Grand Challenges Canada. Total: $25,000.00 for 2011-10 to 2012-03

Anonson, J., Care, W.C., & Racher, F.E. (CoP.I.’s). Arries, E., Jefferies, B., Hyndman, K., Petrucka, P. & Foster, C. (Co-investigators). Rural Postsecondary Students Collaborate to Improve the Health of their Campus Communities.  Canadian Institute of Health Research/Manitoba Health Research Council, 2010-2012, $96,414, year 2 of 2.

Anonson, J., Care, W.C., &  Racher, F.E.(CoP.I.’s). Arries, E., Hyndman, K., Jefferies, B., Petrucka, P. & Foster, C. (Co-investigators). Rural Postsecondary Students Collaborate to Improve the Health of their Campus Communities. Canadian Institute of Health Research/Manitoba Health Research Council, 2010-2012, year 1 of 2, $84,044. Application option for year three.

Jeffrey B (Co-principal Investigator), Abonyi S (Co-principal Investigator), Anonson J (Co-investigator), Poudrier J (Co-investigator). Tools 2- Community health and wellness indicators reflecting daily life in Saskatchewan's isolated far North: Implications for Program Planning and Evaluation, Implications for Program Planning and Evaluation Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Total: $543,355.00 for 2007-07 to 2011-06