Unsolicited Advice for Writing a Research Article for a Journal

Writing research articles for peer-reviewed journals requires practice, patience, and persistence.  I am by no means a prolific scholar but I worked with one who was amazing (the late Dr. Heather K. Spence Laschinger) for six years and learned a thing or two about writing journal articles (and my record isn’t too shabby for an … Continue reading Unsolicited Advice for Writing a Research Article for a Journal

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Sitting is the New Smoking…

So apparently, sitting is the new smoking...and therefore, I am probably going to die.  Not really (I hope), but there has been a whole lot of attention to the "sitting epidemic" recently, highlighting how much time most of us spend sitting during a regular work day.  (Clearly, they have not spent any time with a … Continue reading Sitting is the New Smoking…

International New Graduate Nurse Research Colloquium

On June 20th, 2013, my supervisor, Dr. Heather Laschinger, hosted a wonderful research colloquium with invited researchers from around the world who all have a special interest in gaining a better understanding of the challenges facing new grads during their transition from student to professional nurse. I feel so fortunate to have been invited!  It was … Continue reading International New Graduate Nurse Research Colloquium