Nursing Publications


Research in Nursing Publications examines practical and theoretical aspects of the nursing profession, examining topics such as mental health, workplace management, domestic violence, specific case studies, and care for mothers and elderly patients.


Submissions from 2016

Gender differences in workplace disclosure and supports for domestic violence: Results of a pan-Canadian survey, Jennifer C.D. MacGregor, C. Nadine Wathen, Laura P. Olszowy, Michael D. Saxton, and Barbara J. MacQuarrie

Children’s exposure to intimate partner violence: an overview, Jill R. McTavish, Jen C.D. MacGregor, C. Nadine Wathen, and Harriet L. MacMillan

Relationships in Healthcare and Homelessness: Exploring solidarity, Abe Oudshoorn, Catherine Ward-Griffin, Helene Berman, Cheryl Forchuk, and Blake Poland


Improving Vascular Access Outcomes: Attributes of Arteriovenous Fistula Cannulation Success, Abram Oudshoorn

Exploring the health literacy of First Nations young adult women, Ebony Rempel, Lorie Donelle, and Anita Kothari

The eShift model of care: informal caregivers’ experience of a new model of home-based palliative care, Ashley Royackers, Sandra Regan, and Lorie Donelle

Trajectories for women who disclose intimate partner violence in health care settings: the key role of abuse severity, C. Nadine Wathen, Masako Tanaka, Jennifer C.D. MacGregor, Mark A. Ferro, Christine McKee, Michael Boyle, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, and Harriet L. MacMillan

Submissions from 2015


EQUIP Healthcare: An overview of a multi-component intervention to enhance equity-oriented care in primary health care settings, Annette J. Browne, Colleen Varcoe, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, and C. Nadine Wathen

A Critical Discourse Analysis of Provincial Policies Impacting Shelter Service Delivery to Women Exposed to Violence, Camille Burnett, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Helene Berman, Cathy Ward-Griffin, and Nadine Wathen

A case study of the health literacy of a criminalized woman, Lorie Donelle, Jodi Hall, and Sarah Benbow


Identifying and removing duplicate records from systematic review searches, Yoojin Kwon, Michelle Lemieux, Jill McTavish, and Nadine Wathen


Assessment of Learning Within Interprofessional Client-Centered Collaborative Practice -- Challenges and Solutions, Carole A. Orchard


Evaluation of Continuing interprofessional Client-Centered Collaborative Practice Programs, Carole A. Orchard


What is Competence in Client-Centered Collaborative Practice?, Carole A. Orchard and Lesley Bainbridge


Towards a Framework of Client-Centered Collaborative Practice, Carole A. Orchard and Carole Orchard

Using Unfolding Simulations to Teach Mental Health Concepts in Undergraduate Nursing Education, Abe Oudshoorn and Barbara Sinclair


Into the gray: A modified approach to citation analysis to better understand research impact, Shannon L. Sibbald, Jennifer C.D. MacGregor, Marisa Surmacz, and C. Nadiine Wathen

Into the grey: A modified approach to citation analysis to maximize understanding of research impact, Shannon L. Sibbald, Jennifer C.D. Macgregor, Marisa Surmacz, and C. Nadine Wathen


Evaluation of sex differences in health-related quality of life outcomes associated with child abuse: Results from the Ontario Child Health Study, M. Tanaka, T. O. Afifi, C. N. Wathen, M. H. Boyle, and H. L. MacMillan


Self-reported oral health among a community sample of people experiencing social and health inequities: Cross-sectional findings from a study to enhance equity in primary healthcare settings, Bruce Wallace, Annette J. Browne, Colleen Varcoe, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Nadine Wathen, Phoebe M. Long, and Joanne Parker

What Counts? A Mixed-Methods Study to Inform Evaluation of Shelters for Abused Women, C. Nadine Wathen, Roma M. Harris, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, and Michele Hansen


The Impact of Domestic Violence in the Workplace: Results from a Pan-Canadian Survey, C. Nadine Wathen, Jennifer C.D. MacGregor, and Barbara J. MacQuarrie

Understanding Skill Acquisition Among Registered Nurses: the ‘perpetual novice’ phenomenon, Barbara Wilson, Lori Harwood, and Abe Oudshoorn

Submissions from 2014

Comment on: Archibald M.M. & Clark A.M. (2014) Twitter and nursing research: how diffusion ofinnovation theory can help uptake. Journal of Advanced Nursing 70(3), e3–5. doi:10.1111/jan.12343, Richard Booth and Abe Oudshoorn

Developing leadership practices in hospital-based nurse educators in an online learning community., Brenda J Stutsky and Heather K Spence Laschinger