With GERO we are aiming to:
Develop innovative approaches to enhance gerontological nursing education in BC.
Increase the profile of gerontological nursing research being conducted in BC.
Create a community of practice partners across the province with the
aim of improving knowledge generation and uptake.
GERO (Gerontological Education, Research and Outreach) at the UBC School of Nursing was launched by Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch and Dr. Alison Phinney in the Spring of 2011.
We are proud to congratulate Dr. Gloria Puurveen and Dr. Heather Cooke, each recipients of the 2017 Michael Smith Foundation Research Trainee Award.
To read more on Dr. Puurveen’s project “Shared Decision-Making at the End of Life: Including the Voices of People with Dementia”, please click here.
To read more on Dr. Cooke’s project “No Time for Nice? Exploring the Nature and Influence of Workplace Incivility and Bullying in Long-Term Residential Care”, please click here.
Webinar: Making SENSE with Families in Long Term Care: A Knowledge Translation Intervention Study
Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch
for receiving a 2016 Nursing Awards of Excellence
from the Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (ARNBC)
for her Excellence in Advancing Nursing Knowledge and Research
For more information CLICK HERE
Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch, Marie-Eve Leblanc, Maureen Shaw and Mary Kjorven for winning the International Journal of Older People Nursing’s
Outstanding Scholarly Contribution to Gerontological Nursing Practice Award for her paper:
For more information on the award CLICK HERE
For more information on this study CLICK HERE
CLICK HERE to Listen to Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch’s interview on
CBC the current
Here Comes the Boom: The Pivotal Role of Nursing in Seniors Care
CLICK HERE to watch Dr. Jennifer Baumbusch’s September 2015 presentation online
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