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Jennifer Carroll

Jennifer Carroll

I am in the second year of the MNSc program and my supervisor is Dr. Rosemary Wilson.  My thesis will examine the knowledge and attitudes of Nurse Practitioners in caring for Transgender patients.  I graduated from the University of Calgary in 1997 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Archaeology.  After a number of years excavating in B.C., Alberta, and the Arctic I returned to school to study nursing graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science, Nursing from the University of Ottawa in collaboration with Algonquin College (2008).  I worked on the surgery and rehabilitation unit at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario before becoming a simulation and lab instructor in the Bachelor of Science, Nursing; the Practical Nursing; the Orientation to Nursing in Ontario; and the Patient Support Worker, programs at Algonquin College (Woodroffe).

Selected Publications:

1)    Carroll, J., & Wicks, D. (Nov, 2006). The ABC's of Policy Development. Canadian Nurse, November, 36.

2)    Carroll, J. (2002).  Questions of storage and sedentism among the Thule.  In R. Harrison, M. Gillespie & M. Peuramaki-Brown (Eds.), Proceedings of the 29th annual Chacmool conference (1996):  Eureka: The archaeology of innovation and science (pp. 117-130).  Calgary, Canada: University of Calgary Archaeological Association.

Selected Presentations:

1)    Carroll, J. & Wilson, R. (September, 2016). Concept analysis of bodily integrity in infants born intersex/with disorders of sex development. Poster presentation at the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP) World Congress, Calgary, AB.  We, along with Cynthia Baker, will be putting forward a paper on this topic for publication this fall.

2)    Clarke, S., Eldred S., Leblanc, B., Alain, D., Carroll, J. et al. (March, 2014).  Multi-Patient Trauma: MVC. Oral presentation at the Blue Sky Innovations: Enhancing Registered Nurse Job Readiness and Patient Safety Outcomes Through Clinical Simulation as part of the MTCU Grant, Queen’s University and SimOne, Toronto, ON.

3)    Carroll, J. (November 2007). Four Points of Balanced Workplace Health:  Development of a self-propelled health model for an occupational setting.  Oral presentation at the Canadian Association Schools of Nursing (CASN) Nurse Educators’ Conference. Ottawa, ON.

4)    Carroll, J. and Findlay, T. (April, 2007). Four Points of Balanced Workplace Health. Poster presentation at the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) Region 10 & Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Conference, Ottawa, ON.