Dr Dawn Stacey, a full professor in the School of Nursing, has enabled sustained and outstanding contributions, focused on helping patients and healthcare professionals use the best available evidence to inform quality healthcare decisions. Dr Stacey is internationally renowned for research that impacts education, practice and policy through advancing the science of creating, evaluating, and implementing user-friendly tools to support patients’ involvement in healthcare decisions, as well as guide healthcare professionals, particularly nurses, in supporting patients. She leads national and international initiatives to synthesize evidence and develop standards for translating scientific knowledge into patient decision aids and cancer symptom practice guides. She has created and evaluated implementation resources including decision coaching protocols and online training programs. These evidence-based knowledge tools and learning activities are used in clinical practice, and provide continuing education for healthcare professionals, they are publicly available at decisionaid.ohri.ca, and ktcanada.ohri.ca.
The Fellowship program recognizes and celebrates the most accomplished nurses in Canada and represents the highest honour for Canada’s nursing leaders
The Canadian Nurses Association is a powerful, unified voice for the Canadian nursing profession. It represents regulated and retired nurses in all 13 provinces and territories. It advances the practice and profession of nursing to improve health outcomes and strengthen health care for all people in Canada
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