Jan Marie Graham
Jan Marie Graham is an Assistant professor in the Faculty of Health Studies, Department of Nursing. She has an extensive and diverse nursing career and has worked in rural, remote, and international settings as a clinician, administrator, and educator. Her career has been spent working with people who tend to be disenfranchised and stigmatized.
Diploma in Nursing (R.N.) , Brandon General Hospital, School of Nursing
B.Sc.N. & M.N., University of Saskatchewan
Research interests include peoples’ perspectives and experiences with health and mental well-being. Total funding received for eight research studies is approximately $620 000 CAD. All research has been conducted in collaboration with other health care professionals or people from other academic areas. Methodology of choice is qualitative research.
Graham, J. M., Waddell, C., M., Pachkowski, K., & Friesen, H. (September 25, 2019). Educating the educators: Determining the uniqueness of Psychiatric Nursing practice to inform Psychiatric Nurse education. Manuscript accepted with revisions for Issues in Mental Health Nursing. doi: 10.1080/01612840.2019.1678081
Graham, J. M. (2019). Teenagers & transitions: Moving the family to Qatar. In M.G. Saudelli, J. Kusch & S. Carroll (Eds.), Voices from far away lands: From divergent to convergent. England, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Graham, J. M., Bansall, N., & Saudelli, M. G. (2019). Strong to the core: Inspiring women we have known. In M.G. Saudelli, J. Kusch & S. Carroll (Eds.). Voices from far away lands: From divergent to convergent. England, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Graham, J. M., Saudelli, M. G., & Sheppard-Lemoine, D. (2019). The lived experiences of Qatari adolescents attending international secondary school. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 22(4), 344-356. https://doi.org/10.1080/13674676.2019.1593337
Saudelli, M. G., Graham, J. M., Sheppard-Lemoine, D., Cowan, A., Ibrahim, Y., & Ahmed A.H Eissa, G. (2019). Revealing moments of mentoring international Undergraduate Research Assistants: Learning the ropes. The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 26(1), 49-67. https://doi:10.18848/2327-7955/CGP/v26i01/49-67.