Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice

#33 Learning Matters with Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham

September 09, 2020 Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham Season 1 Episode 33
Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#33 Learning Matters with Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham
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Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#33 Learning Matters with Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham
Sep 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 33
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham

Today we have with us Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, Dean and Professor of the School of Nursing at TWU. Discussing wellbeing, teaching and learning from a place of deep care and Prayer as Transgression.

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham was appointed Dean of Nursing in August 2019. She brings academic distinction, a wealth of experience, and highly informed perspectives on nursing to her role. Reimer-Kirkham is a committed educator, a respected academic leader, and an internationally regarded researcher. Among other awards, Reimer-Kirkham was a recipient of the 2019 UBC School of Nursing Centenary Medal of Distinction and was appointed in 2014 to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Scientists and Artists.

Reimer-Kirkham’s research focuses on diversity, religion/spirituality, equity and human rights—all in relation to health and healthcare services. She has brought together international teams to study the negotiation of religious plurality, most recently with a project on the expression of prayer in Vancouver and London hospitals. She is currently leading an international program of research on human rights and albinism that includes a study on mothering and albinism in Tanzania, South Africa, and Ghana. Reimer-Kirkham also conducts nursing education and knowledge translation research, and with colleagues developed the Knowledge-AS-Action Framework. She is recognized for her contributions to postcolonial feminist research in nursing. She teaches in the areas of nursing philosophy, nursing research and knowledge translation, spirituality and nursing, and health policy. 

An Innovative Online Knowledge Translation Curriculum in Graduate Education in Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/wvn.12440 

http://prayerastransgression.com/

www.motheringandalbinism.com

 https://www.twu.ca/academics/school-nursing

Support the show (https://www.twu.ca/donate-now)

Show Notes

Today we have with us Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, Dean and Professor of the School of Nursing at TWU. Discussing wellbeing, teaching and learning from a place of deep care and Prayer as Transgression.

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham was appointed Dean of Nursing in August 2019. She brings academic distinction, a wealth of experience, and highly informed perspectives on nursing to her role. Reimer-Kirkham is a committed educator, a respected academic leader, and an internationally regarded researcher. Among other awards, Reimer-Kirkham was a recipient of the 2019 UBC School of Nursing Centenary Medal of Distinction and was appointed in 2014 to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Scientists and Artists.

Reimer-Kirkham’s research focuses on diversity, religion/spirituality, equity and human rights—all in relation to health and healthcare services. She has brought together international teams to study the negotiation of religious plurality, most recently with a project on the expression of prayer in Vancouver and London hospitals. She is currently leading an international program of research on human rights and albinism that includes a study on mothering and albinism in Tanzania, South Africa, and Ghana. Reimer-Kirkham also conducts nursing education and knowledge translation research, and with colleagues developed the Knowledge-AS-Action Framework. She is recognized for her contributions to postcolonial feminist research in nursing. She teaches in the areas of nursing philosophy, nursing research and knowledge translation, spirituality and nursing, and health policy. 

An Innovative Online Knowledge Translation Curriculum in Graduate Education in Worldviews on Evidence-based Nursing 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/wvn.12440 

http://prayerastransgression.com/

www.motheringandalbinism.com

 https://www.twu.ca/academics/school-nursing

Support the show (https://www.twu.ca/donate-now)