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Gail Lindsay
RN, PhD

Associate Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

Contact information

Science Building - Room 3055
North Oshawa
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4

905.721.8668 ext. 2175

gail.lindsay@uoit.ca


Research topics

  • Narrative inquiry, arts-informed, experience, person-centred care, patterns

Background

Beginning in the mid-1970s, Dr. Gail Lindsay's clinical nursing practice focused on children and their families living, in diverse settings, with issues of emotional health, heart disease and/or cancer. After working as a Director of Nursing, she constructed a multiple part-time workstyle that included:

  • Innovations in nursing curriculum (Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario [POGO], McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario)
  • Program management in continuing education (Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario)
  • Teaching
  • Policy development in community organizations (Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario [RNAO], Canadian Cancer Society)

In 1999, she began a full-time academic career at York University in Toronto, Ontario, developing and teaching in the Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program and the online Masters of Nursing program. She joined UOIT's Faculty of Health Sciences in 2007, teaching in the Collaborative BScN Program and in the Master of Health Sciences program.

Courses taught

Courses taught (past and present) at the undergraduate level:

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

(# substantially revised; * developed)

2014-2015    
  • AMS Phoenix Project – one course release
  • CUCC PN to BScN Program expanded research – one course release
  • Optima Collaboration – one course release
2013-2014    
  • Research leave
2012-2013    
  • NURS 4100 Nursing leadership and innovation (#)
  • CUCC Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) to BScN program research – two course releases    
2011-2012    
  • NURS 4100 Nursing Leadership (#) (two sections)
  • NURS 4505 Professional Practice VIII
  • Half course release for CUCC RPN to BScN research
2010-2011    
  • NURS 2420 Knowing Through Inquiry (#) (two sections)
  • Two course releases for Program Evaluation and Co-director role
2009-2010    
  • NURS 4420 Knowledge and Inquiry (online summer course) (#)
  • NURS 2420 Knowledge and Inquiry (three sections, fall face-to-face class) (#)

2008-2009    
  • NURS 4420 Knowledge and Inquiry (online summer course) (*)
  • NURS 4420 Knowledge and Inquiry (fall face-to-face class)
  • NURS 2420 Knowledge and Inquiry (two face-to-face sections) (*)

2007-2008    
  • NURS 1420 Development of Self as Nurse 1 (#, with Durham College faculty member Fabiola Longo)
  • NURS 4420U Knowledge and Inquiry (*online format)
  • NURS 4421U Critical thinking and Nursing Knowledge (*) [with with Dr. Christopher DiCarlo who taught two out of six classes)
  • NURS 4505U Professional Practice VIII

Courses taught (past and present) at the graduate level:

2014-2015    
  • HLSC 5123G Advanced Qualitative Methods in Health Research (*)
2012-2013    
  • HLSC 5070 and 5071 Research in Progress Colloquium I and II
2011-2012    
  • HLSC 5070 and 5071 Research in Progress Colloquium I and II
2010-2011    
  • HLSC 5070 and 5071 Research in Progress Colloquium I and II (*)

Research and expertise

  • Arts-informed narrative inquiry into construction of praxis (being/knowing/doing)
  • Patient’s experience
  • Person-centred care

Dr. Lindsay's doctoral research is a narrative inquiry into the experience of registered nurses in health-care reform (2001). Her research program contributes to a science of nursing education by thinking narratively with students, teachers and nurses about how praxis (who we are, what we know and what we do) is constructed autobiographically and contextualized socially. Her research with patients demonstrates the significance of exploring experience and understanding the intersection of patterns of nurses and patients as a context for care-giving.

Her current interests include: elaborating patterns of health experience (aging, end-of-life care, persistent conditions, post-motor vehicle collision), and teaching-learning/educational research in undergraduate and graduate programs, particularly the relationship between writing-as-thinking and technology-enhanced learning. 

Among others, current research partners include:

  • Dr. Jasna K. Schwind, Ryerson University
  • Colleagues at UOIT/Durham College from the Collaborative Nursing Program
  • Members of the UOIT-CMCC Centre for the Study of Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Nursing administration executives at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Science

Master's theses/projects supervised

2014 to present      
  • Supervisory Member, Master of Health Sciences (MHSc) Thesis Committee (with Dr. Sue Coffey and Dr. Robert Balogh), Nicole Kruczek.
2014 to present      
  • Member, MHSc Thesis Committee (with Dr. Hilde Zitzelsberger, Dr. Wendy Stanyon and Dr. Toba Bryant). Elizabeth Suen.
2012 to 2014
  • Supervisory Member, MHSc Thesis Committee (with Dr. Ellen Vogel and Dr. Meghann Lloyd), Brittany Roberts, Experience of Registered Dieticians with counselling children living with obesity and their families, UOIT. Oral examination August 2014.
2010 to 2011        
  • Member, Advisory Committee, MHSc Program, Olga Boyko, UOIT.
2007 (summer)    
  • Supervisor, Major Research Papers, MScN, York University.
  • Andrea Okazaki (From 4 to 2 to 1: Reconstructing my lived experience leading from the middle in times of change and transition).
  • Fiona D’Costa-Box (Empowerment: What does this concept mean to the praxis of a nurse teacher).
2004 to 2006    
  • Co-ordinating Member, Supervisory Committee, Interdisciplinary Studies, York University: H. Monk, MA student. Divided: locating freedom of choice in regulated midwifery.
2001-2002        
  • Master of Arts Thesis Committee, Interdisciplinary Studies: Main, H. (2002).The Art of Giving Birth: The power of ritualizing. First supervisor Dr. A. O’Reilly, York University.

Doctoral theses/projects supervised:

2006 to 2011    
  • Member, Supervisory Committee, Women’s Studies, York University: Claire Carter, PhD student (relationship between women’s body practices and subjectivity). Oral examination  January 2011.

Undergraduate/graduate students:

2014      
  • Zainab Lulat (Masters of Nursing student), ONCAT Research Co-ordinator.
  • Balreet Gill (Masters of Nursing student), Person-centred Care Research Assistant.
2013    
  • Jacqueline Mangal (senior BScN student), Social Service Worker Workshop planning/literature review, Durham College/Durham Region.
  • Zainab Lulat (Master of Science in Nursing [MScN] student), TIF 2013 Research Co-ordinator.
2012    
  • Nabila Shamsheri, (senior BHSc student), Student Research Assistant, Person-centred care research, literature review/transcription.
  • Tiffany Walker (MScN student from Ryerson University), Graduate Research Assistant, Person-centred care research, co-ordination of administrative details/transcription.
2011  
  • Zainab Lulat and Nadia Salamat, (BScN Alumni), RPN to BScN research, data collection/analysis.
2010  
  • Selina Michaud, (BHSc practicum student), Collaborative BScN Program Evaluation, administrative support, data collection.
  • Ontario Ministry of Finance and Financial Services Commission of Ontario. Minor Injury Treatment. Lindsay, G., Mior, S., Côté, P., Carroll, L., and Shearer, H. Minor Injury Treatment Protocol. Explore and describe the experience of persons living with minor injury, cared for under the current Guidelines, after motor vehicle collision.
    • 2013-2014, $7500.
  • TLC - UOIT: Teaching Innovation fund. Coffey, S.,Lindsay, G., Zitzelsberger, H., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., and Graham, L. Supporting RPN-BScN bridging students transitioning into, through, and beyond the Program.
    • 2013 (one year funding) $7,925.
  • ONCAT: Evaluate RPN to BScN Programs at Ontario universities and colleges. Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Woodend, K., Vanderlee, R., Anyinam, C., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Dinz, D., Garrity, M., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., and Vogel, E. Research related to post-secondary student mobility: Expanded collaborative evaluation of student performance, experience, and outcomes in Registered Practical Nurse to Nursing degree (RPN to BScN) bridging education.
    • 2013 (one year funding) $262,183.
  • American Medical Services (AMS): Phoenix Project - A call to Caring. Lindsay, GM, Schwind, JK, Coffey, S, Morrison, D and Mildon, B. Experiences of caring: A narrative approach to compassionate person-centred practices.
    • 2012 (one year funding), $44,229 (includes matching and in-kind funds).
  • College-University Consortium Council (CUCC). Coffey, S,Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Erwin, L, Vogel, E, Robinson, J, Thompson, C, Byrne, C, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Laird, A, Macdonald, K, Mairs, S and Munro-Gilbert, P. (2012). Three-partner Collaborative Evaluation of Student Transition, Performance, Experience, and Outcomes in Practical Nurse (PN) to Nursing Degree (BScN) Bridging Education.
    • $161,615.
  • University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) faculty startup funds. Lindsay, G, Ives-Baine, L, Cross, N and Hellmann, J. Registered Nurses Meaningful Experiences of End-of-Life Care of Infants and Their Families.
    • Approximately $17,000.
  • UOIT faculty start-up funds. Lindsay, G. Narratively Constructing Nursing Praxis.
    • $8,000
  • Pediatric Consultants Partnership Grant for Creative Professional Activity. The Hospital for Sick Children is the source of funding for the WAHN questionnaire. Hellmann, J, Ives-Baine, L, Golec, L, Abramowitz, J, Lindsay, G,Newman, C, Lee, K, Stephens, D and Hetherington, R. Withdrawal of Artificial Hydration and Nutrition in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Determining Nurses’ Perspectives on the Ethical and Practical Issues in this Practice.
    • $10,000
    Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies. Singh, M, Lindsay, G, Jeffrey, J, Woodhouse, R and Owston, R. MScN Program Evaluation.
    • June 2005, $50,000.
  • Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies. Teaching and Learning Development Grants. O'Reilly, A, Dunlop, R and Lindsay, G. Convene a Conference on Mothering and Teaching in the Academe.
    • $4,000
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) internal grant proposal. Jeffrey, J, Singh, M, Lindsay, G, Woodhouse, R and Owston, R. Lived Experience of Students in a MScN program evaluation.
    • April 2005, $1,000.
  • SSHRC. Owston, R, Campbell and Lindsay, G, principal investigators on Faculty Development for Teaching in eLearning Environments. Ranked 11/18 and only nine funded. E-learning across the professions (eLEAP) Research Network. Letter of Intent to SSHRC.
    • November 2001, $30,000 for proposal development.

Involvement

  • Publications since 2007
    • Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. and Mildon, B. (2014). Opening the black-box of person-centred care: An arts-informed narrative inquiry into mental health education and practice. Nurse Education Today, 34: 1167-1171.
    • Schwind, J. K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. and Mildon, B. (2014). Person-centred care in mental health education and practice through arts-informed Narrative Inquiry. International Journal of Whole Person Care, 1(1).
    • Ives-Baine, L., Lindsay, G., Vander Wel, E., Barker, C., Saini, J. and Cross, N. (2013). Essential engagement: NICU nurses' relationships within end-of-life care. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 21(4), 297-314.
    • Lindsay, G, Cross, N and Ives-Baine, L (2012). Narratives of NICU Nurses: Experience with End-of-life care. Illness, Crisis and Loss, Theme issue with Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance, 20(3), 239-253.
    • Longo, F and Lindsay, G (2011). Knowing Nursing Through Inquiry: Engaging Students in Knowledge Creation. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(12), 703-705.
    • Lindsay, G. (2011). Patterns of Inquiry: Curriculum as Life Experience. Nursing Science Quarterly, 23(4), 237-244;
    • Lindsay, G, Kell, L, Ouellette, J and Westall, H (2010). Using "I" in Scholarly Writing: How Does Reflecting on Experience Matter? Reflective Practice,11(3), 271-283.
    • Lindsay, G, Jeffrey, J and Singh, M (2009). Paradox of a Graduate Human Science Curriculum Experienced Online: A Faculty Perspective. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 40(4), 181-6.
    • Singh, M, Jeffrey, J and Lindsay, G (2008). Isolated Learning for Caring Professionals: Advantages and Challenges. The International Journal of Learning, 15(6), 179-186.
    • Lindsay, G (2008). Who You Are as a Person is Who You Are as a Nurse: Construction of Identity and Knowledge. In: Schwind, J and Lindsay, G (eds) From Experience to Relationships: Reconstructing Ourselves in Education and Healthcare. Greenwich, Connecticut: Information Age Publishing.
    • Schwind, J and Lindsay, G (Eds) (2008). From Experience to Relationships: Reconstructing Ourselves in Education and Healthcare. Greenwich, Connecticut: Information Age Publishing.
    • Lindsay, G (2008). Thinking Narratively: Artificial Persons in Nursing and Healthcare, Nurse Education Today, 28(3), 348-353. (Available online in Science Direct, August 20, 2007) [doi: 10.1016/jnedt.2007.06.009]}.
    • Lindsay, G (2006). Experiencing Nursing Education Research: Comparing Narrative Inquiry and Interpretive Phenomenology. Nurse Researcher, 13(4), 30 -47.
    • Lindsay, G (2006). Constructing a Nursing Identity: Reflecting on and Reconstructing Experience, Reflective Practice, 7(1), 59-72.
    • Lindsay, G (2006). Reading Journals: Recovery and Reconstruction of Meaning for Nursing Praxis, Journal of Nursing Education, Syllabus Selections: Innovative Learning Activities, 45(3), 143.
  • Reports for RPN to BScN Program Evaluation Research
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N., Bell, R. (2013). Three-partner Collaborative evaluation of student transition, performance, experience, and outcomes in practical nursing - Phase 3 Report. Submitted to ONCAT, January 2013.
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S. Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N. (2012). Three-partner Collaborative evaluation of student transition, performance, experience, and outcomes in practical nursing - Phase 2 Report. Submitted to ONCAT, July 2012.
    • Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S. Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Laird, A., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Munro-Gilbert, P., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z., Salamat, N. (2012). Three-partner Collaborative evaluation of student transition, performance, experience, and outcomes in practical nursing - Phase 1 Report. Submitted to ONCAT, March 2012.
  • Conference presentations since 2007

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Vanderlee, R., Anyinam, C., Woodend, K., Cochrane, M. Cummings, K., Graham, L., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., Zitzelsberger, H., Diniz, D., and Garrity, M.K. (June 2014). Preliminary results of a mixed-method, multi-partner exploration of nursing bridging education. CASN Nursing Education Conference - Anticipating and Shaping the Future of Nursing Education, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Vanderlee R., Anyinam, C., Woodend, K., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Graham, L., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., Zitzelsberger, H., Vogel, E., Diniz, D., and Garrity, M.K. (June 2014). Mixed-method, Multi-partner Exploration of Nursing Bridging Education in Ontario (Poster) CASN Canadian Nursing Education Conference - Anticipating and Shaping the Future of Nursing Education. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (June 2014). Transition and transformation as key concepts in bridging from registered practical nurse to registered nurse. CASN Canadian Nursing Education Conference - Anticipating and Shaping the Future of Nursing Education. Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    Schwind, J., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Mildon, B., Riahi, S., Duivesteyn, C. and Ivankovic, B. (2013). Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry in Mental Health: Constructing person-centred care in a Relationship-Based Care Approach. The Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 2014. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21 to 24, 2014. Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

    Lindsay, G., Mior, S., Côté, P., Carroll, L., and Shearer, H. (2013). Vehicle Collision Experiences: "I'm Not in Pieces, But Need Help to Get My Life Back." The Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 2014. Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 21 to 24, 2014.

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Vanderlee, R., Anyinam, C., Woodend, K., Cochrane, M. Cummings, K., Graham, L., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., Zitzelsberger, H., Diniz, D., and Garrity, M.K. (May 2014). Mixed-method, multi-partner exploration of nursing bridging education in Ontario. Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

    Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Riahi, S., Duivesteyn, C., Ivankovic, B., and Mildon, B. (2014). Transition Points in Practice: Person-centred Care as Integral to Care Delivery Innovation. Recovery in Mental Health: Research Informed Approaches and Outcomes, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, 3rd Annual Research Day. March 21, 2014, Whitby, Ontario.

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Vanderlee R., Anyinam, C., Woodend, K., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Graham, L., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Sproul, S., Zitzelsberger, H., Diniz, D., and Garrity, M.K. (2013). Multi-Site Examination of Student Performance, Behaviour, and Experience in Nursing Bridging Programs. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, November 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.

    Coffey, S., Vogel, E., Lindsay, G., Chorney, D., De La Rocha, A., Graham, L., Cochrane, M., Longo, F., Mairs, S., Macdonald, K. Individualized Assessment and Remediation Approaches for At-Risk Nursing Students (poster). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, November 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.

    Coffey, S.Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. Transition and Transformation as Key Concepts in Bridging from Registered Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse (poster). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Mount Royal University, November 7 to 9, 2013. Banff, Alberta.

    Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G., Coffey, S., Morrison, D., and Mildon, B. (2013). Person-centred care in mental health education and practice through arts-informed narrative inquiry (paper). First International Congress on Whole Person CareOctober 17 to 23, 2013. Montreal, Quebec.

    Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. and Mildon, B. (2013). Opening the black-box: arts-informed narrative inquiry into person-centred care in mental health education and practice. 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, September 3 to 5, 2013 (core paper).

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (2013). Making the grade through the front door: Evaluation and innovation in an RPN to BScN Program. 24thInternational Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, September 3 to 5, 2013 (core paper).

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cochrane, M., Cummings, K., Macdonald, K., Mairs, S., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (2013). Transition and transformation as key concepts in bridging from registered practical nurse to registered nurse. 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, September 3 to 5, 2013 (poster).

    Schwind, J. and Lindsay, G. (2012). Narrative and arts-informed inquiry to create and sustain care environments. Creating and sustaining care environments which support healthy staff and the provision of quality care, University Health Network, 7th Annual Nursing Research Day, November 29, 2012, Toronto, Ontario - Accepted but not delivered.

    Schwind, J.K., Lindsay, G.M., Coffey, S., Morrison, D. and Mildon, B. (2012). Collaborative narrative arts-informed scholarship: How person-centred care is constructed and lived in education and practice. Collaborative Synergy: Teams, Scholarship and Capacity Building in Nursing Research.Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing, June 24 to 26, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia [poster].

    S. Coffey, G. Lindsay, S. Sproul, K. Cummings, S. Mairs, M. Cochrane, S. Bouchard, Z. Lulat, N. Salamat, K Macdonald. (2012). Leveraging Research Funding to Support Research Mentorship (poster). Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing. Collaborative Synergy: Teams, Scholarship and Capacity Building in Nursing ResearchJune 24 to 26, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia.

    S. Coffey, G. Lindsay, S. Sproul, K. Cummings, S. Mairs, M. Cochrane, K. Macdonald, S. Bouchard, Z. Lulat, N. Salamat. (2013). Building Collaborative Research Capacity Concurrently with RPN to BScN Program Evaluation. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing. Collaborative Synergy: Teams, Scholarship and Capacity Building in Nursing ResearchJune 24 to 26, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia.

    Lindsay, G., Schwind, J., Coffey, S., Morrison, D., and Mildon, B. (2013). Equity in professional education: Nurses and students co-constructing person-centred care in mental health practice.[paper] 6th Annual Nursing Research Day: Promoting Equity through Health Research-Embracing Possibilities. June 5, 2013, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G. (2013). The unexplored inquiry: Can an arts-informed narrative inquirer do phenomenological research that interprets body knowledge? Canadian Hermeneutic Institute, Executive Learning Centre, June 5 to 7, 2013, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G. and Schwind, J. (2012). Anticipating transitions and discerning a legacy. The 30th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference: Looking Forward: Perspectives, Methodologies, Stabilities, Redefinitions, and Examples, Carleton University,May 23, 24 and 25, 2013, Ottawa, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G. Coffey, S., Sproul, S. Cummings, K., Mairs, S., Cochrane, M., Macdonald, K., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (2013). Research mentorship: Unintended consequences of funding bridging education research (poster). Second Annual Student Pathways in Higher Education Conference, Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT)February 27 to March 1, 2013, Toronto, Ontario (accepted but not presented).

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cummings, K., Cochrance, M., Mairs, S., Macdonald, K., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (2013). RPN to BScN transition: In and out of a program -- back into the profession (paper) Second Annual Student Pathways in Higher Education Conference, Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT), February 27 to March 1, 2013, Toronto, Ontario.

    Coffey, S., Lindsay, G., Sproul, S., Cummings, K., Mairs, S., Cochrance, M., Macdonald, K., Bouchard, S., Lulat, Z. and Salamat, N. (2013). Three partner collaborative evaluation of student performance, experience and outcomes in RPN to BScN education (paper) Second Annual Student Pathways in Higher Education Conference, Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT), February 27 to March 1, 2013, Toronto, Ontario.

    Coffey, S, Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Macdonald, K, Mairs, S, Bouchard, S, Lulat, Z and Salamat, N. (November 29, 2012). Collaboration and Innovation: Lived experience of transition and performance with 3 partners and 2 kinds of nursing. Creating and sustaining care environments which support healthy staff and the provision of quality care, University Health Network, 7th Annual Nursing Research Day, Toronto, Ontario [poster].

    Schwind, J and Lindsay, G. (November 29, 2012). Narrative and arts-informed inquiry to create and sustain care environments. Creating and sustaining care environments which support healthy staff and the provision of quality care, University Health Network, 7th Annual Nursing Research Day, Toronto, Ontario [poster - not presented].

    Coffey, S, Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Laird, A, Byrne, C, Erwin, E, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Mairs, S, Munro-Gilbert, P, Vogel, E, Bouchard, S, Lulat, Z and Salamat, N. (November 29, 2012). Bridging education shapes the future of nursingBridging evidence and practice: Shaping the future of nursing. 4th Biennial Nursing Conference, Faculty of Nursing, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

    Coffey, S, Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Laird, A, Byrne, C, Erwin, E, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Mairs, S, Munro-Gilbert, P, Vogel, E, Bouchard, S, Lulat, Z, Salamat, N. (September 28, 2012). Evaluation of Student Experience and Performance in RPN-to-BScN. RPNAO 54th Annual General Meeting and Conference: Putting Knowledge and Compassion into Action. Toronto, Ontario (poster).

    Coffey, S, Sproul, S, Cochrane, M and Lindsay, G (June 4 to 7, 2012). The Up-side of College-university Collaboration. Nursing: Caring to know, knowing to care(poster). International Nursing Conference Nursing: Caring to know, knowing to care. Jerusalem;
    Longo, F and Lindsay, G (June 4 to 7, 2012). Knowing Through Inquiry (paper). International Nursing Conference Nursing: Caring to know, knowing to care. Jerusalem (not delivered).

    Coffey, S, Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Laird, A, Byrne, C, Erwin, E, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Mairs, S, Munro-Gilbert, P, Vogel, E Bouchard, S, Lulat, Z and Salamat, N (June 4, 2012). Evaluation of Student Experience and Performance in RPN-to-BScN Education (poster). Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario (RPNAO) Educators Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

    Coffey, S, Lindsay, G, Sproul, S, Laird, A, Byrne, C, Erwin, E, Cochrane, M, Cummings, K, Mairs, S, Munro-Gilbert, P, Vogel, E, Bouchard, S, Lulat, Z and Salamat, N (June, 2012). Evaluation of Student Experience and Performance in RPN-to-BScN Education (poster). RPNAO Educators Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G and Schwind, J (May 27 to 30, 2012). Thinking Narratively About Teaching-learning Praxis: A Legacy for the Next Generation. Crossroads: Scholarship for an Uncertain WorldCanadian Society for the Study of Education/Société canadienne pour l'’'étude de l'éducation. 40th Annual conference Roundtable presentation, Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, Ontario.

    Longo, F and Lindsay, G (May 2 to 5, 2011). Knowing Through Inquiry. Presentation abstract submitted for Nursing Academic Leadership Conference, Transforming Nursing Education for Evolving Leadership in Practice, Quebec City, Quebec.

    Lindsay, G, Longo, F, De La Rocha, A, Graham, L, Towell, J, Laird, A and Cochrane, M (May 2 to 5, 2011). Illuminating Partnership Through Program Evaluation. Presentation abstract submitted for Nursing Academic Leadership Conference, Transforming Nursing Education for Evolving Leadership in Practice, Quebec City, Quebec.

    Ives-Baine, L, Lindsay, G, Cross, N and Hellmann, J (November 5, 2010). Walking in My Shoes. Exploring NICU Nurses' Experience with End-of-Life Care: A Narrative Inquiry. International Conference on Perinatal and Infant Death, Washington, D.C.

    Lindsay, G (May 20 to 22, 2010). End-of-Life Care: Narratives of NICU Nurses (paper presentation). Exploring the Narrative Landscape: Issues, Investigations, and Interventions 5th Biennial Interdisciplinary conference on Narrative Research Perspectives and Approaches Across the Humanities and Social Sciences, Narrative Matters 2010, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

    Lindsay, G, Shields, C and Novak, N (May 20 to 22, 2010). Co-creating a Narrative Home: Continuity of Experience (panel presentation). Exploring the Narrative Landscape: Issues, Investigations, and Interventions 5th Biennial Interdisciplinary conference on Narrative Research Perspectives and Approaches Across the Humanities and Social Sciences, Narrative Matters 2010, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

    Jeffrey, J, Singh, M and Lindsay, G (May 6, 2009). Paradox in a Graduate Program Delivered Online in a Human Science Curriculum. Interrelationships Between Theory, Research and Practice: A Systemic Approach in Nursing. Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Research Conference, Moncton, New Brunswick.

    Lindsay, G (February 24 and 25, 2009). Including "I" in a Professional Curriculum: Thinking Narratively Constructs Identity and Knowledge, Lunch Roundtable Discussion. Annual Winter Conference of the Educational Developers Caucus, The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationDurham College, Oshawa, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G (October 29 and 30, 2008). One World, Different Spaces: How Thinking Narratively Weaves Healthcare Experience and Curriculum Building with Theoretical/Philosophical Commitments (poster). 4th International Conference. Education for the Future of Nursing: Building Capacity through Innovation. Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. Toronto, Ontario.

    Singh, M, Jeffrey, J and Lindsay, G (June 2008). Isolated Learning for Caring Professionals: Advantages and Challenges. Learning Conference 2008. The Fifteenth International Conference on Learning. Chicago, Illinois.

    Schwind, J and Lindsay, G (May 28 to 30, 2008). From Relationships to Experience: Narrative Reflections of Nurse-teachers. Refresh, Reflect, Renew: Connecting through Reflective Practice Across Disciplines. Toronto, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G (May 7 to 10, 2008). One World, Different Spaces: Thinking Narratively about Charlie, his Daughter and her Teaching-learning Praxis. Narrative Matters 2008 - An Interdisciplinary Conference on Narrative Research, Perspectives, Practices and Issues. Storying the World. University of Toronto, Ontario.

    Lindsay, G (April 6 to 9, 2008). On the Biocidic to Biogenic Continuum: What Stories do Nurses Tell Themselves to Live By (poster installation)? 30 years - State of Caring Science, Celebrating the Past: Nurturing the future. 30th Annual International Association of Human Caring Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

    Lindsay, G (April 27, 2007)."No one is looking at Charlie": Thinking Narratively About How Human Science Philosophy Matters to Nursing Education. Sharing of Caring Conference. Georgian, Seneca Colleges and York University, Toronto, Ontario.

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