Sonia A. Udod, RN, PhD
Dr. Udod’s program of research focuses on nurse leader development critical to the creation of high quality healthcare workplaces, leading to quality nurse, patient, and organizational outcomes. Her areas of research focus on healthcare leadership, the nurse manager role, and health service delivery. Findings emerging from LEAD Outcomes Research have significant potential to inform and improve leadership practices and health services through translating relevant knowledge for nurse leaders.
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Dr. Udod is passionate about enhancing nurse leader capacity in the workplace, and has a passion for teaching students to be effective leaders. In the LEADS Outcomes Research Dr. Udod works collaboratively with intra- and interdisciplinary teams to conduct research focusing on building nurse leader capacity. Her teaching expertise includes leadership and management, research methods, advanced qualitative methods, and has taught in undergraduate and graduate level nursing courses using various teaching modalities.
- Top Researcher in Socio-Health, New Investigator Establishment Grant Award, Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) (2013)
- Rosenstadt Doctoral Dissertation Award, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto
- Gail Donner Fellowship in Nursing
- University of Toronto Fellowships, University of Toronto
- Government of Ontario/University of Toronto Foundation Graduate Scholarship in Science & Technology, University of Toronto
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