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Rachel Flynn

Biography

Dr. Rachel Flynn is a registered nurse and lecturer at the School of Nursing & Midwifery, University College of Cork Ireland. She is also an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta. Her research program – Sustaining Innovations in Child Health (STITCH) aims to improve the health outcomes of children through implementing and sustaining effective evidence- based innovations across various child health contexts. Her research is in implementation science, a field which seeks to systematically close the gap between what we know and what we do in practice. Dr. Flynn offers expertise in implementation science, innovation sustainability, knowledge translation, realist methods, qualitative research and knowledge synthesis approaches. She completed a BSc in Nursing (2008) and MSc in Nursing (2011) in Ireland. She completed a PhD (2018) in Nursing at the University of Alberta, Canada and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2021) at the Hospital for Sick Kids, Toronto and the University of Alberta.

Centre: University of Alberta

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