Dr. Susan Jack is Professor, School of Nursing, Associate Member, Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact, and a Core Member of the Offord Centre for Child Studies. She is the program lead for the Public Health Nursing Practice, Research and Education Program (PHN-PREP). Dr. Jack’s clinical background is in community health and public health nursing, and her program of research focuses on the development and evaluation of public health interventions. She completed her post-doctoral training in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences (McMaster) and the Centre for Knowledge Translation (University of Alberta). Dr. Jack has been a full-time faculty member since 2003 and has taught in all levels of the BScN undergraduate and graduate program. Dr. Jack is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Nursing and served as the President, Board of Directors, Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (2016-2020).
Website: Public Health Nursing Practice, Research and Education Program https://phnprep.ca
Dr. Jack’s expertise is in teaching research methods at the graduate level.
NUR HRM 745 Qualitative Health Research Methods
NUR HRM 770 Mixed Methods Research Design for Health Services and Policy Research
She also has experience in teaching community health and research in the undergraduate BScN program. Dr. Jack has supervised a large number of PhD and Masters students and will continue to seek new students who are interested in engaging in research related to public health interventions for socially disadvantaged families.