University of New Brunswick

Past (in order of completion)

Chibuike P. Akaniro

MBA Business Consulting Internship (Full-time for 9 weeks)
Topic: Strategic planning for the Centre for Research in Integrated Care
Supervisor 
2018 

Gaurav Sharma 

MBA Business Consulting Internship (Full-time for 9 weeks)
Topic: Strategic planning for NaviCare/SoinsNavi
Supervisor 
2018

 

Dena Rattan

Master of Applied Health Services Research
Topic: Support needs of children who have complex needs and their families 
Supervisor 
2016-2018 (I supervised Ms. Rattan up until her proposal defense)

Kerrie Luck

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies 

Topic: Smoking cessation interventions: Exploring perceptions among healthcare professionals

Supervisor 

2014-2018

Dana Manzer 

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

Topic: Nurse practitioner experiences in providing primary health care services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) patients

Supervisor until 2014, changed to committee member at that time as Dana joined my department

2011-2018 

 

Aleksandra Naczk-Cameron 

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

Topic: Exploring the integration of services for children who have complex needs and their families

Supervisor 

2014-2017 (Ms. Naczk-Cameron made it to the end of the comprehensive exam stage and then went on leave)

 

Anita Punamyia

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

Topic: The experience of individuals transitioning out of the military into civilian life

Committee Member 

2014-2015 (Ms. Punamyia made it to the comprehensive exam stage and then decided to no longer pursue her doctoral studies)

 

Chandra Flewelling

Master of Nursing

Topic: Designing an interprofessional education health care team challenge event for pre-licensure health professional students

Supervisor for 2 (4 months each) nurse educator practicums (focus interprofessional education)

2014

 

Shavon Whalen 

Master of Nursing

Topic: An exploration of Clinical Nurse Specialists’ perceptions of their role within the health care team and what barriers they perceive exist for collaboration

Co-Supervisor 

2011-2013 (Ms. Whalen changed her thesis topic just prior to thesis proposal defense, no longer supervising)