Tracey Jewiss first joined McMaster in 2004 as an Assistant Professor. Currently she holds the positions of Level 1 and 2 Chair and Course Planner for the PBL and the Service Learning Courses in Level 1.
- Landeen, J., Jewiss, T., Vajoczki, S., & Vine, M. Exploring consistency within a problem-based learning context: perceptions of students and faculty. (2012). Nursing Education in Practice, 13, 277-282.
- Schofield, R., Allan, M., Jewiss, T., Hunter, A., Sinclair, N., Diamond, A., Sidwell, C. (2013) Knowing self and caring through service learning. International Journal of Nursing Education.10 (1), 1-8. DOI: 10.1515/ijnes-2013-0009.
- Landeen, J., Jewiss, T., Vajoczki, S. Exploring Consistency in Undergraduate Nursing Education: Perspectives of Students and Faculty. Niemeier Fund, School of Nursing, McMaster University. July 2011-June 2012, $1,400.
- Schofield, R., Sinclair, N., Hunter, Jewiss, T., A., Diamond, A., Allan, M., Sidwell,C. Perceptions of Self and Caring through Service Learning. Niemeier Fund, School of Nursing, McMaster University. January 2010- December 2011 $1,200.
Tracey’s clinical background is in community health including VON, as a community health nurse and CCAC, as a Community Care Case Manager. Her graduate research focused on seniors living in the community with supports. Tracey’s research interests include: service learning, strategies to facilitate student success, Problem Based Learning opportunities, and curricular design and implementation. Tracey serves on various committees in active roles within the School of Nursing and McMaster Community.
Professor Jewiss’ teaching contributions are mainly in Problem-Based Learning Courses and Service Learning Courses in level 1 and 2. She supervises Level 4 clinical and research students in the BScN program.