jacquelinewilson

Jacqueline Wilson

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Biography

Jacqueline Wilson (RN, BN) is a PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary. Clinical experiences locally and abroad have fueled Jacqueline’s interest in exploring patient and family engagement in healthcare research, decisions, and evaluation. Jacqueline’s CIHR-funded doctoral research addresses a call-to-action by Alberta parents and involves co-developing a patient-reported experience measure to examine parents’ experiences with family-centered care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The instrument is being co-developed by a research team of parents, researchers, and healthcare professionals. Jacqueline’s interests include patient-reported measurement, patient engagement, and learning health systems. As an aspiring nurse clinician-scientist, Jacqueline hopes to establish a research program that exemplifies how health system gaps and solutions can be identified and addressed by research teams that are co-led by patient and family partners. Outside of studying and working as a registered nurse, Jacqueline enjoys skiing, hiking, and backpacking in rain, shine, or snow!

Discipline: Nursing

Centre: University of Calgary

Supervisors / Mentors: Dr. Karen Benzies

Project Title: Co-development and validation of an instrument to examine the parent experience of patient- and family-centered care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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