Research Reflections

Research Reflections contain informative information for oncology researchers that is both helpful and timely. These articles are published in the Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal (CONJ).


Published in 2019

  • Winter Issue - Brian Corner, Manon Lemonde "Survey techniques for nursing studies"

Published in 2018

  • Summer Issue - Virginia Lee wrote on "Beyond seeking informed consent: Upholding ethical values within the research proposal" 
  • Winter Issue - Kristen R. Haase and Sally Thorne wrote on what Twitter can offer oncology nurses

Published in 2017

  • Summer Issue – Jennifer ML Stephens wrote on Communicating your research
  • 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: April 2019

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