Our faculty members are prominent Canadian nurse researchers who are generating knowledge in a variety of fields including global health in developing countries, end of life care, the stresses and demands on nurse leaders, the use of cutting edge technologies in teaching, working with families and children with disabilities and promoting healthy activity in nursing students. These are just a few examples of research taking place in the College of Nursing.
Our faculty and staff are awarded provincial, national and international research funds to explore important local and global health topics and many receive awards for their outstanding research. Highlighted below are some of the most recent College of Nursing research related news stories.
Dr. Janet McCabe Receives President’s SSHRC Grant
The College of Nursing would like to congratulate Assistant Professor Dr. Janet McCabe on her recent success in receiving a University of Saskatchewan President’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grant.
Exploring New Technologies to Support Investigation of Foodborne Disease
University of Saskatchewan (U of S) students will soon have the opportunity to be involved in a research project funded by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF), which will use new technology to study foodborne illness.
Researchers Aim for Age-Friendly Campus Designation
With an aging baby boomer population and an increasingly age-diverse workforce the designation of an age-friendly campus at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is timely and warranted. Co-Principal Applicants, Dr. Megan O’Connell (Department of Psychology, U of S) and Dr. Shelley Peacock (College of Nursing, U of S) along with Co-investigator, Dr. Marjorie Delbaere (Edwards School of Business, U of S) are working together to determine the Feasibility of an Age-friendly Campus Environment at the U of S (FaceUS).
Dr. Louise Racine Receives SRNA Award
We are extremely pleased to announce Dr. Louise Racine was recognized by the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association (SRNA) at their annual award banquet as the recipient of the Effie Feeny Award for Excellence in Nursing Research.
Researching Rural Sports and Recreation
While almost every Canadian community has some form of organized sport or other structured recreation available for children, nationwide participation has been declining. College of Nursing’s Dr. Hope Bilinski and her team of co-investigators Dr. Tara-Leigh McHugh (University of Alberta), Dr. Ulrich Teucher (University of Saskatchewan) and Ms. Amy Shipley and Ms. Cheryl McCallum (Sask Sport Inc.) are hoping to use a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Sports Participation Initiative Grant to get to the bottom of this.