Dr Helen Glass Researcher in Residence

The Research in Residence program was created to promote excellence in nursing research in the Province of Manitoba, by inviting researchers to visit the College and be available to the nursing community. The choice of researcher is based on the current needs of the College.

2015

forchukThe MCNHR and the College of Nursing is pleased to welcome Dr. Cheryl Forchuk, Distinguished University Professor and Associate Director, Nursing Research, University of Western Ontario, as the 2015 Dr. Helen Glass Researcher in Residence. Dr. Forchuk will be in the College May 11 to May 14, 2015. A series of events have been planned for the week.

 

 

2014

The Researcher in Residence Committee of the College of Nursing welcomed Dr. Brenda Roe, Professor of Health Research, Edge Hill University, United Kingdom, as the 2014 Dr. Helen Glass Researcher in Residence.  This event was held from May 20-22, 2014. 

B. Roe; Evidence synthesis: Integrative & mixed method systematic reviews  
B. Roe; Dementia
B. Roe: Writing for Publications: The Case of JAN 


2013

The 2013 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Greta Cummings, Professor, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. Dr. Cummings delivered several presentations including “Leadership for our times”, “Connecting leadership to outcomes”, “Building capacity in Health Systems Research” and “Publish or Perish – Where do you start?”.

   

 Dr. Greta Cummings

 

 

2012

The 2012 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Nancy Edwards, Full Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Edwards delivered several presentations including “Developing programs of research: Getting started, getting funded, staying the course”, “What makes community health interventions work?”, “A health equity agenda for multiple intervention research: Challenges and opportunities” and “Intervention Research”.

 
(l-r) Dr. Diana McMillan and Dr. Nancy Edwards


2011

The 2011 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Mary Canales, Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Dr. Canales delivered several presentations including “Translating Research to Practice”, “Othering and How to Engage with the Other”, “Different Ways to Use Qualitative Research; Old Applications with New Twists” and “Indigenous Populations and Cancer; Compare and Contrast Dialogue”.


(L to R) Dr. Diana Clarke, Dr. Helen Glass and Dr. Mary Canales


2010

The 2010 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Sandelowski, Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) School of Nursing. Her sessions involved the topics, “Keepsakes and Kodak Moments: Fetal Ultrasonography as Cultural Instrument”, “Teaching & Learning Methods“, “Synthesizing Qualitive Research”, “Mixed-Methods Research”, “Case Studies”, and “Why Theory Matters“.

 
(L to R): Dr. Roberta Woodgate, Dr. Sandelowski, and Dr. Diana Clarke


2009

The 2009 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Pamela Hinds, Director of Nursing Research, Children’s National Medical Centre, Washington, DC; Adjunct Professor at the University of Tennessee, College of Nursing; Adjunct Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing and Adjunct Professor at the George Washington University. Her sessions involved the topics, “PROMIS: Turning Clinical Instrumentation Upside Down”, “Helping Seriously Ill Children and their Parents to Voice End of Life Care Preferences”, “Working with Journal Editors to Publish Your Manuscripts” and “ Mixed Methods: Finding More Truths”.


(L to R): Dr. Diana Clarke, Dr. Pamela Hinds, Dr. Roberta Woodgate, Dr. Dauna Crooks. (Front Centre): Dr. Helen Glass


2008

The 2008 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Alba DiCenso, Professor, Nursing, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario; CHSRF/CIHR Chair in Advanced Practice Nursing; Director Ontario Training Centre in Health Services & Policy Research. Her sessions covered the topics, "Successful Integration of Advanced Practice Nurses into the Canadian Health Care System: Is it Possible?", "Translating Evidence into Practice: Addressing the Challenges", "Advanced Database Searching"and "An Opportunity to Discuss Advanced Practice Nursing with one of Canada's Foremost Nurse Scientists".


(L to R): Dr. Diana Clarke, Dr. Dauna Crooks, Dr. Judith Scanlan, Dr. Alba DiCenso, Dr. Maureen Heaman, Dr. Christine Ateah

 

2007

The 2007 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Joy Johnson, Professor & Associate Director Graduate Programs and Research, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia. Her sessions covered the topics, “From Neurotransmitters to Neighbourhoods: New Frontiers in Health Behaviour Change”, and “The New Public Health: Refocusing on the Ecology of Health and Health Behaviour”.


(L to R): Dr. Joy Johnson and Dr. Maureen Heaman

 

2006

The 2006 Researcher in Residence was Dr. Carol Estabrooks, Professor & Canada Research Chair in Knowledge Translation, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. Dr. Estabrook’s sessions involved the topics, ““Lost in Translation: Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing” and “Knowledge Translation: Current Thoughts on the State of the Science”.