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Dr. Jennifer Jackson

Registered Nurse, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Calgary

Nursing, healthcare, healthcare systems, healthcare reforms, pharmacare, resilience, health, medicine, work

Media

Modern Nursing in 2 Minutes

An animated presentation of my PhD research on nursing labour

Resilience in Nurses

A 3-minute summary of my masters research on resilience in critical care nurses

Biography

Dr. Jennifer Jackson is a Registered Nurse, with expertise in supporting nurses and women in the workforce. Her research focuses on resilience in people and systems, and how work happens in complex environments. Jennifer has studied across Canada and in Europe, and is an international advocate for social justice. Jennifer earned her PhD from the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care, at King's College London UK, with previous degrees from Athabasca University and St. Francis Xavier University.

Expertise

  • Nursing
  • healthcare
  • healthcare systems
  • healthcare reforms
  • pharmacare
  • resilience
  • health
  • medicine
  • work

Education/Éducation

  • St. Francis Xavier University
    Nursing
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours, 2009

    First Class Honours


  • Athabasca University
    Nursing
    Master of Nursing, 2016

    Research concentration


  • King's College London
    Nursing
    PhD in Nursing Research, 2020

    Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care