Research Spotlight

PMH-Health Plus (Summer 2018):
-See Brandon University Health Studies Research Spotlight:  Families’ Experiences Living with Acquired Brain Injury:  A Narrative Inquiry Study By Jane Karpa

PMH-Health Plus (April 2018)
-See article:  Are LGBTQ People Satisfied with Healthcare Services in Rural Manitoba? By Nadine Henriquez

BU Research Connection (December 2016)
Penny Tryphonopoulos-VID-KIDS Video-feedback for improving interactions between depressed mothers and their infants

BU Research Connection (January 2017)
Katherine Pachkowski-Exploring exploitation and mental illness in isolated communities

BU Research Connection (May 2017)
Kathryn Chachula-Understanding why newly-graduated nurses leave the nursing profession

BU Research Connection (February 2018)
Candice Waddell-Inuit community wellness: Conversations with Elders in a Nunavut community

BU Research Connection (March 2018)
Jan Marie Graham and Candice Waddell-What are RPNs doing these days? An exploration of the scope of practice and role identity

BU Research Connection (April 2018)
Michelle Danda-Exploring mental health nurses’ experiences of administering chemical restraint in acute care hospitals


Older Spotlights

The Faculty of Health Studies has a regular column in the Prairie Mountain Health Newsletter that is distributed to the community three times per year (THRIVE).

Karen Doty-Sweetnam-Aboriginal Women and Wellness – PMH Thrive Newsletter, January 2016

Fran Racher, Dean Care, Nancy McPherson-Living with Dementia – PMH Thrive Newsletter, September 2015

Renee Robinson, Katherine Pachkowski – Homelessness Project-Pulse: Prairie Mountain Health, July 2015