University of New Brunswick

Current (in alphabetical order)

Kathryn Asher

Postdoctoral Fellowship, UNB

Topic: A cross-sectional pan-Canadian study of registered dietitians’ insights on interprofessional collaboration and the Canada’s Food Guide

Co-Supervisor

2019 - Present

Anticipated completion date: Sep 2021                                            

 

C. Kaitlyn Assadpour

Master of Nursing, UNB

Topic: The role of nurse practitioners in the reduction of hospital readmissions and ED use for patients with complex healthcare needs

Supervisor

2019 - Present

Anticipated completion date: 2022

 

Monique Cassidy

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Topic: Perspectives of young adults with complex care needs who have recently transitioned from pediatric to adult care

Co-Supervisor

2018 - Present   

Anticipated completion date: Aug 2021

 

Taylor Fearon

Master of Nursing, UNB

Topic: Comparing patient navigation and case management in the care of individuals with complex care needs

Co-Supervisor

2019 - Present

Anticipated completion date: 2022

 

Margaret Holland

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Topic: Developing capacity for patient-oriented research among graduate students

Co-Supervisor

2018 - Present   

Anticipated completion date: Aug 2022

 

Megan Huckins

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Topic: TBD in the area of integrated family-centred care

Co-Supervisor

2021 commencement

Anticipated completion date: Aug 2026

 

Katherine Kelly (nee Thompson)

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Topic: Integrated health care delivery services for children and their families

Co-Supervisor

2017 - Present   

Anticipated completion date: Aug 2021

 

Joni Leger

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Topic: The role of midwives in New Brunswick

Co-Supervisor

2020 - Present   

Anticipated completion date: May 2025

 

Karine Légère

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB

Title: Medical assistance in dying (MAiD) in Canada: Exploring the perception of healthcare professionals, patients and families

Co-Supervisor

Mar 2020 - Present

Anticipated completion date: Oct 2027

 

Kerrie Luck

Postdoctoral Fellowship, UNB

Topic: An evaluation of NaviCare/SoinsNavi, the New Brunswick navigation centre for children with complex health conditions

Supervisor

2018 - 2019: Funding from my research chair

2019 - 2020: Dr. Luck received a $40,000 Studentship/Fellowship Award from NBHFR for a project entitled "Informing a transition strategy for children with complex health care needs and their families in New Brunswick" (Sep 2019 - Sep 2020)

Anticipated completion date: Sep 2020

 

Lillian MacNeill

Postdoctoral Fellowship, UNB

Topic: Enhancing the quality of life of youth with complex care needs and their families through an innovative, multidisciplinary approach to improving transitions in care

Co-Supervisor

2019 - Present

Anticipated completion date: Sep 2021

 

Luke MacNeill

Postdoctoral Fellowship, UNB

Topic: Artificial intelligence 

Co-Supervisor

Dr. Luke received $90,000 through the Research Professionals Initiative (RPI), a joint collaboration of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) and the New Brunswick Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour to work on a project titled “Evaluating the usefulness of a mental health artificial intelligence (A.I.) chatbot in a healthcare setting”

April 2020 - Present

Anticipated completion date: March 2023

 

Simal Qureshi

Master’s of Applied Health Services Research, UNB

Topic: Cultural competence in primary care

Co-Supervisor

2018 - Present

Anticipated completion date: Sep 2020

 

Jennifer Splane

Master of Nursing, UNB

Topic: The experiences of care providers caring for youth transitioning from pediatric to adult care

Supervisor

2017 - Present

Anticipated completion date: 2021

 

Natasha Stephen

Master of Nursing, UNB

Topic: The experiences of women who use drugs or alcohol during pregnancy when accessing care in the prenatal and early postpartum period

Supervisor

Feb 2020 - Present

Anticipated completion date: 2022

 

Victor Szymanski

Master’s of Applied Health Services Research, UNB

Topic: The barriers to care for children in the child welfare system

Co-Supervisor

2018 - Present

Anticipated completion date: May 2021