Anna Santos Salas, RN, PhD

Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing

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Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing
Email
avs@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-3618
Address
5-00 University Terrace
8303 112 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2T4

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About

Anna Santos Salas is currently appointed as Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of Oncology in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry.

Courses

INT D 420A - Perspectives on Inclusive and Global Health

This course will provide opportunities for students to develop a deeper, more situated, understanding of the guiding principles that underpin equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the global context. In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the students will recognize the key issues related to EDI in global health including global citizenship, a sense of social justice; environmental, social, economic and political global challenges; agency; intersectionality (ethnicity, gender, patriarchy, power relationships) and an appreciation for cultural diversity. Prerequisites: All courses in the BScN program except NURS 422, NURS 425 and NURS 485. Corequisites NURS 422 and 425, SC INF 425 and PHILE 386.


INT D 420B - Perspectives on Inclusive and Global Health

This course will provide opportunities for students to develop a deeper, more situated, understanding of the guiding principles that underpin equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the global context. In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the students will recognize the key issues related to EDI in global health including global citizenship, a sense of social justice; environmental, social, economic and political global challenges; agency; intersectionality (ethnicity, gender, patriarchy, power relationships) and an appreciation for cultural diversity. Prerequisites: All courses in the BScN program except NURS 422, NURS 425 and NURS 485. Corequisites NURS 422 and 425, SC INF 425 and PHILE 386.


NURS 595 - Foundations of Scholarship/Critical Thought

Develop critical thinking skills through exposure to approaches to knowledge and knowledge production in diverse disciplines and cultures, including Indigenous ways of knowing. Emphasis is placed on issues of inequality, inclusion, and power in knowledge production, and systematic scholarly analyses of everyday nursing experiences.


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Scholarly Activities

Research - 2018 Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology CANO-Pfizer Award of Excellence in Nursing Research

Started: 20181028

This award recognizes achievements in oncology nursing research including research with a demonstrated practical application, sharing research findings with oncology nursing, and promoting the development of ressearch-based nursing practice.


Research - Building Community Partnerships to Promote Early Palliative Care in Socioeconomically Vulnerable Groups in Alagoas, Brazil

20190103 to 20200430

Funded by the University of Alberta Killam Research Operating Grant, the purpose of this study is to examine the need for early palliative care for populations with social inequities and build a collaborative relationship with health care providers, community members, and academics to promote early palliative care. This study relates to a research project underway in Canada that explores the views of Canadian oncology and palliative care providers regarding early palliative care for socioeconomically vulnerable groups. The study in Alagoas, Brazil and the resulting collaboration together with our research in Canada will help us prepare a new multi-centric study to promote early palliative care for these groups.


Research - Development of an early palliative care intervention with socioeconomically vulnerable patients with advanced cancer: A consultation process

20181201 to 20201130

Funded by a CIHR Planning Grant, the purpose of this study is to consult with oncology and palliative care providers in Edmonton regarding the need for and components of an early palliative care intervention for people who suffer from advanced cancer and socioeconomic inequities.


Research - Symptom Relief and Palliative Care for Inner City Populations in Edmonton: A Pilot Intervention

20170901 to 20200331

Funded by the MSI Foundation, the overall research purpose of this study is first, to investigate the symptom relief and palliative care experiences, needs, and preferences of inner city residents with a life-threatening illness, and second, to examine if an inner city palliative care intervention can improve their symptom relief and palliative care experience and meet end-of-life needs. This study is a collaborative undertaking with the Palliative Care Outreach and Advocacy Team (PCOAT), a newly established palliative care program at the Indigenous Wellness Clinic to serve persons experiencing homelessness and vulnerably housed in need of palliative care in Edmonton and surrounding areas.

Featured Publications

Rozendo, C.A., Santos Salas, A.; Cameron, B.L

Nurse Education Today. 2017 January; 51


Santos Salas, A; Fuentes, J.; Armijo-Olivo, S., Saltaji, H., Watanabe, S.; Chambers, T.; Walter, L.; & Cummings, G

Supportive Care in Cancer. 2016 January; 24 (2):985-1000


Cameron B., Camargo, M. d P., Santos Salas, A., Bourque Bearskin, L., & Hungler, K

Advances in Nursing Science. 2014 January; 27 (3):E1-E16


Cameron BL, Santos Salas A, deMoissac, D

Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. 2011 January; 43 (3):16-37


Santos Salas, A., Watanabe, S. M., Tarumi, Y., Wildeman, T., Hermosa García, A. M., Adewale, B.; & Duggleby, W.

Supportive Care in Cancer.. Published online April 10, 2019