Marion McKay, RN, PhD
Director, Curriculum Integrity and Student Support Services
PhD, University of Manitoba
MA, University of Manitoba/University of Winnipeg
MN, University of Manitoba
BN, University of Manitoba
Research Interests: History of Public Health
Clinical Interests: Health Promotion, Population Health
Teaching Areas: Public/Community Health Nursing, History of Medicine
McKay, Marion. (2012). The History of Community Health Nursing in Canada. In Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler & Lucia Yiu (Eds.). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective (2nd ed.). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.
Cohen, B., & McKay, M. (2010). The role of public health agencies in addressing child and family poverty: public health nurses’ perspectives. The Open Nursing Journal, 4, 60-71. doi:10.2174/1874434601004010060
McKay, M. (2009). Public health nursing in early 20th century Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 100(4), 249-250.
McKay, M. (2009). “The tubercular cow must go”: Business, politics, and Winnipeg’s milk supply.” In E. W. Jones & G. Friesen (Eds.), Prairie metropolis: New essays on Winnipeg social history. Winnipeg, MB: University of Manitoba Press.
McKay, Marion. (2008). The Origins of Community Health Nursing in Canada. In Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler & Lucia Yiu (Eds.). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective (2nd ed.). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.