Assistant Professor, Faculty of Nursing
5-125 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 - 87 Ave NWEdmonton ABT6G 1C9
Area of Study / Keywords
health ethics embodied ethics phenomenology neonatal ICU artificial intelligence
NURS 422 - Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Ethics and Law
The course examines a range of ethical theories, relevant research, and approaches to ethical decision-making to critically debate real world problems in health care. Students will develop an understanding of health law and health care ethics and of the relationship between law and ethics. Note: Available only to nursing students in the Collaborative/Honors Program, After Degree/After Degree Honors Program or RPN-BScN Program. Prerequisite for students in the Collaborative/Honors and After Degree/After Degree Honors Programs: NURS 400. Corequisite: NURS 425.
NURS 599 - Philosophy and Ethics in Nursing Inquiry
Explore philosophical and ethical questions related to nursing practice, professionalism, scholarship, and research, including Indigenous research ethics. Emphasis is placed on the nature of responsibility and professional obligation associated with systematic nursing inquiry and knowledge application.
NURS 601 - Advanced Inquiry
The purpose of this course is to foster advanced scholarly inquiry and to assist students to understand, position, and defend their research theoretically and methodologically in the context of multiple perspectives and different theoretical standpoints. Emphasis will be placed on the diverse but distinctive nature of nursing inquiry which is the systematic creating and/or building of knowledge for the discipline of nursing through engagement of multiple communities within a health related context.