Faculty & Staff
- Janet Luimes -
- Assistant Professor - Academic Programming and Acting Director Nurse Practitioner Program
- E4212 Health Sciences, Saskatoon
- (306) 966-8426(306) 966-8426
- (306) 966-6621
Janet Luimes is an Assistant Professor (AP) at the University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing who has taught in the Graduate Nurse Practitioner and Undergraduate Nursing programs since 2012. She completed her BScN and MScN at the University of Ottawa before going on to complete the Post-Masters Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Diploma program at McMaster University in 2010.
Janet’s clinical nursing background includes the emergency room, chronic disease management, and primary health care. She also has experience in program planning and evaluation. Janet teaches in the nurse practitioner (NP) and undergraduate programs at the University of Saskatchewan including courses in Health Assessment, Advanced Diagnostic Reasoning (NURS 879), Therapeutics (NURS 885), Theory for Advanced Practice Nursing (NURS 883) and NP Clinical Practicums (NURS 880, NURS 888 and NURS 878).
Janet’s research interests include: Education - Clinical, distance and international learning; as well as Faculty practice & development.
Kent-Wilkinson, A., Dietrich Leurer, M., Luimes, J., Ferguson, L., & Murray, L. (2015, March 25). Study abroad: Exploring factors influencing nursing students’ decisions to Apply for Clinical Placements in International Settings.. Nursing Education Today. http://ac.els-cdn.com/S026069171500129X/1-s2.0-S026069171500129X-main.pdf?_tid=4b639c78-d6a2-11e4-a2dd-00000aacb35e&acdnat=1427695506_b351547f54f6ef914cbe726620a848fd.
Kent-Wilkinson A (Co-principal Investigator), Dietrich Leurer M (Co-principal Investigator), Ferguson L (Co-investigator), Luimes J (Co-investigator), Murray BL (Co-investigator), Squires V (Co-investigator). Study abroad in undergraduate nursing education: Perceived impact on RN nursing practice., This study will explore the perceived impact of the study abroad experience on nursing practice, from the perspective of Registered Nurses (RNs) who had a student abroad experience in the 4th year of their undergraduate nursing program at the College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. Alumnae of the International Study Abroad Program (ISAP) at the College of Nursing between 2008 and 2014 will be sent an invitation to fill in a secure, online survey consisting of categorical and open-ended questions. Western and North-Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (WNRCASN). Total: $4,395.00 for 2016-06 to 2017-06-30
Woods P (Principal Investigator), Butler L (Co-principal Investigator), Luimes J (Co-investigator), Stonechild J (Co-investigator), Stienwand K (Co-investigator). Interprofessional Pathway for Safe, Healthy Communities, Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) Collaborative Innovations Grant. Total: $18,258.00 for 2015-03 to 2016-03