Professors Emeriti

Elizabeth Banister, RN, RPsych, BScN, MA, PhD
Professor Emeritus
Knowledge translation, health education, and adolescent critical media health literacy and gender; and qualitative inquiry (narrative inquiry, ethnography)

Betty Davies, RN, PhD, CT, FAAN
Professor Emeritus
Pediatric palliative care (PPC) with the practical goal of optimizing quality of life for seriously ill children and their families.

Isobel Dawson, RN, BScN, MScN, MA, PhD
Associate Professor Emeritus
Health promotion-education; health care delivery; programme planning-implementation and evaluation

Elaine Gallagher
Professor Emeritus

Lucia Gamroth, RN, BSN, MPA, MS, PhD
Associate Professor Emeritus
Gerontological nursing, dementia care, health supporting environments for older people and program evaluation, especially evaluation of nursing practice environments and environments supportive of undergraduate nursing practice education.

Virginia Hayes, RN, MN, PhD
Professor Emeritus
The impact of children's chronic conditions on family members and families; family-as-unit research; family centred care; program evaluation; qualitative method.

Elizabeth Lindsey

Jessie Mantle, RN, BSN (McGill), MSN (California)

Joan MacNeil, PhD, RN
HIV/AIDS, risk behaviours, working with isolated and marginalized populations, as well as research on "care" and nursing theories.

Marjorie McIntyre, RN, PhD
Women’s sexual and reproductive health and the politics of nursing knowledge. Focus on underserved populations.

Jane Milliken, RN, BScN, MA, PhD
Social causes and consequences of chronic illness and family caregiving for people with severe mental illness, often using grounded theory as the methodology.

Jeannine Moreau, RN, BSN, MN, PhD
Gerontology, women and violence, nursing education

Janet Storch, RN, BScN, MHSA, PhD, DSc (Hon Ryerson), LLD (Hon UWO)
Nursing ethics, from bedside practice to nurse leader ethics.