Dr. Sheri L. Price

Previous Postdoctoral Trainees
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  • Project Title:
    Exploring Strategies To Enhance Early Socialization To Future Nursing And Health Professionals
  • Project Description:
    Exploring early professional socialization strategies to enhance career choice, recruitment and retention within the nursing profession.
  • Where you are now?:
    Nurse Scientist, IWK Health Centre, Halifax Nova Scotia; Adjunct Faculty, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Adjunct Faculty, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Research Projects

  • Co-Investigator- Bourgeault, I.L. Abell, J., Adams, O. Adams, T., Arnold K., Aubry, F., Barker, R., Benoit, C., Bujaki, M., Covell, C., Ferguson,, K., Gaudet,, S., Grimes, K., Hanson, C., Hedden, L., Langdon, P., Leiter M., MacPhee, M., Mantler, J., Neiterman, E., Occhionero, T., Porter-Chapman, A., Power N., Price, S., Robertson, L., Simpson, P., Spinks, N., Temple, H., Thiessen, K.., Tholl, B., Williams, A.  CIHR/ SSHRC . Healthy & Productive Knowledge Workers: The Impact of a Personal or Familial Mental Health Issue in Health Care, Education and Accounting/IT Professions- Accommodating Return to Work ($150,000.00) 
  • Co-Investigator- Neiss, B (PI)  On the Move: Employment-Related Geographical Mobility in the Canadian Context. Barbara Neis (PI). SSHRC Connections Grant, ($2,500,000). Nova Scotia Component ($218,049).

Publications & Presentations

  1. Price, S. & Reichart, C. (2017). The Importance of Continuing Professional Development to Career Satisfaction and Patient Care: Meeting the Needs of Novice to Mid- to Late-Career Nurses throughout Their Career Span. Administrative Sciences, 7(17). Doi:10.3390/admsci7020017
  2. Mselle, L, Aston, M., Kohi, T., Macdonald, D., Mbekenga, C., White, M., Price, S., Murphy, G. Tomblin, Murphy, O’Hearn, S. & Jefferies, K. (2016). The challenges of providing postpartum education in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Narratives of nurse-midwives and obstetricians. Qualitative Health Research. In Press.
  3. Rand, K, Vallis M, Aston M, Price S, Piccini-Vallis H, Rehman L, Kirk SFL. “It is Not the Diet; it is the Mental Part We Need Help with.” A Multilevel Analysis of Psychological, Emotional, and Social Well-being in Obesity. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Health & Well-being. In Press.
  4. Price, S. & Pierce, B. (2016). Knowledge Translation for a New Generation: Promising Practices. Canadian Nurse 112(8), 26-29.
  5. Wranik, D., Hayden J., Price, S., Parker, R., Haydt, S., Edwards, J., Suter, E., Katz, A., Gambold, L. & Levy, A. (2016). How best to structure interdisciplinary primary care teams: the study protocol for a systematic review with narrative framework synthesis. Systematic Reviews (2016) 5:170 DOI 10.1186/s13643-016-0339-9
  6. Aston, M. Etowa, J., Price, S., Vukic, A., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2016). Public health nurses and mothers challenge and shift the meaning of health outcomes. Global Qualitative Nursing Research 3, 1-10 DOI: 10.1177/2333393616632126
  7. Tomblin Murphy, G., Goma, F., MacKenzie, A., Bradish, S., Price, S., Nzala, S., Rose, AE., Rigby, J., Muzongwe, C., Chizuni, N., Carey, A., & Hamavhwa, D. (2015). Training and Deploying Human Resources for Health for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in Rural Africa: An in-depth policy analysis. The Journal of Global Health Care Systems, 5(2), 1-37.
  8. Price, S., Aston, M., Rehman, Lyons, R. & Kirk, S. (2015). Feminist Post-structural Analysis of Obesity Management: A Relational Experience. Clinical Nursing Studies, 3(3), 76-86.
  9. Curran, V., Reid, A., Reiss, P., Doucet, S., Price, S., Alcock, L., Fitzgerald, S. (2015).  The Use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) in the Delivery of Interprofessional Education: A Review of Evidence. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 29(6), 541-550.
  10. Almost, J., Wolff, A., Mildon, B., Price, S., Godfrey, C., Robinson, S., Ross-White, A., & Mercado-Mallari, S. (2015). Positive and negative behaviours in workplace relationships: a scoping review protocol.  BMJ Open 2015-5; DOI:10.1136/bmjopen-2015- 007685.
  11. Tomblin Murphy, G, Goma, F., MacKenzie, A., Bradish, S., Price, S., Nzala, S., Rose, A., Rigby, J., Muzongwe, C., Chizuni, N., Carey, A. & Hamavhwa D. (2014). A scoping review of training and deployment policies for human resources for health for maternal, newborn, and child health in rural Africa. Human Resources for Health 2014, 12 :72.
  12. Aston, M., Price, S., Etowa, J., Vukic, A., Young, L., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2014). The power of relationships: Exploring how public health nurses support mothers and families during postpartum home visits Journal of Family Nursing, 21(1), 11034.
  13. Aston, M., Price, S., Etowa, J., Vukic, A., Young, L., Hart, C., MacLeod, E., Randel, P. (2014). Universal and Targeted Early Home Visiting: Perspectives of Public Health Nurses and Mothers. Nursing Reports 4(1). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4081/nursrep.2014.3290
  14. Price, S., Doucet, S. & McGillis Hall, L. (2014). The Historical Social Positioning of Nursing & Medicine: Implications for Interprofessional Collaboration. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 28(2), 103-109. DOI:10.3109/13561820.2013.867839.
  15. Price, S., & McGillis Hall, L. (2014). The History of Nurse Imagery and the Implications for Recruitment: A Discussion Paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70(7), 1502–1509.
  16. Kirk, S., Price, S., Penney, T., Valais, M., Rehman, H. Aston, M. (2014). Blame, shame and lack of support: Health system implications of a multi-level study on obesity management. Qualitative Health Research, 24(6), 790-800. DOI: 10.1177/1049732314529667.
  17. Price, S., McGillis Hall, L., Angus, J. & Peter, E. (2013). The Social Context of Career Choice: Narratives from Millennial Nurses. Journal of Interprofessional Collaboration, 27(6), 109-114.  DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2013.816660.
  18. Price, S., McGillis Hall, L., Angus, J. & Peter, E. (2013). Choosing Nursing as a Career: A Narrative Analysis of Millennial Nurses’ Career Choice of Virtue. Nursing Inquiry, 20(4), 305-316. DOI: 10.1111/nin.12027
  19. Price, S., McGillis Hall, L., Peterson, J., Lalonde, M., Andrews, G., Harris, A. & McDonald Rencz, S. (2013). Factors that influence career decisions in Canada’s nurses. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26, 61-69.
  20. Etowa, J. Price, S., & Debs-Ivall, S. (2012). Strengthening the Ethno-cultural Diversity of the Canadian Nursing Workforce. In Press,International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 4(26), 75-87.
  21. Price, S., McGillis Hall, L., Angus, J. & Peter, E. (2011). The Experience of Choosing Nursing as a Career, Narratives from Millennial Nurses: INARC Abstract. Selected for publication, Journal of Nursing Administration, August 2011- In Press.
  22. Aston, M., Price, S., & Kirk, S. (2011). More Than Meets the Eye: Feminist Post-Structuralism as a Lens Towards Understanding Obesity. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Published online, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05866.x.
  23. Leiter, M., Price, S. & Laschinger, H. (2010). Generational Differences in Distress, Attitudes, and Incivility Among Nurses. Journal of Nursing Management, 18(8), 970-980.
  24. Price, S. (2009). Career Choice in the 21st Century: Directions for Future Research. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 46(2), 268-276.
  25. Price, S. (2009). Becoming a Nurse: A Review & Synthesis of Qualitative Research on Socialization to the Nursing Profession. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(1), 11-19.

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