Research Reflections

Research Reflections contain informative information for oncology researchers that is both helpful and timely. These articles are published quarterly in the Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal (CONJ), which is available to members as a benefit of membership. Non-members may be able to purchase the below articles by purchasing the corresponding journal via the CONJ website at: http://www.canadianoncologynursingjournal.com/index.php/conj


Published in 2017

  • Winter Issue – Leah Lambert and Laura Housden wrote on Nurse Practitioner Engagement in Research

Published in 2016

  • Fall Issue – Laura Boland and Dawn Stacey wrote on Health literacy in practice and research
  • Winter issue – Krista Wilkins wrote on Making sense of the quality of evidence

Published in 2015

  • Fall issue – Denise Bryant-Lukosius wrote on E-mentorship as a way to promote oncology nurse engagement in research
  • Fall issue – Margareth Zanchetta and Christine Maheu presented information on research mentoring of oncology nurses in clinical settings
  • Summer issue – Dawn Stacey, Marie-Cecile Domecq, Freya Crawley, and Joelle Douceet discussed how to find research that will help answer a patient's question
  • Spring issue – Kristen Haase and Dawn Stacey wrote Where to start with research
  • Winter issue – Sally Thorne wrote about Protecting yourself from scam artistry in the publishing world

Published in 2014

  • Fall issue - Aronela Benea wrote The Challenge and Opportunity of Research in the Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist Role
  • Summer issue – Sally Thorne wrote Toward rediscovering unfunded research
  • Spring issue – Ghadah Abdullah & Dawn Stacey wrote the Role of oncology nurses in integrated knowledge translation
  • Winter issue – Tracy Truant wrote on Evidence-based medicine- Half truths?

Published in 2013

  • Fall issue – Christine Maheu wrote on Collaborating across distances
  • Summer issue – Krista Wilkins wrote on Thinking about evidence
  • Spring issue – Sally Thorne wrote on Building CANO/ACIO’s capacity for research engagement

Last updated: February 28, 2017

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