Sheri L. Price

Assistant Professor

Email: pricesl@dal.ca

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Recent Submissions to DalSpace

  • Lessons learned from the implementation of a provincial breastfeeding policy in Nova Scotia, Canada and the implications for childhood obesity prevention 

    Kirk, S. F., S. M. Sim, E. Hemmens, and S. L. Price. 2012. "Lessons learned from the implementation of a provincial breastfeeding policy in Nova Scotia, Canada and the implications for childhood obesity prevention." International journal of environmental research and public health 9(4): 1308-1318.
    Healthy public policy plays a central role in creating environments that are supportive of health. Breastfeeding, widely supported as the optimal mode for infant feeding, is a critical factor in promoting infant health. ...
  • The social context of career choice among millennial nurses: implications for interprofessional practice 

    Price, S., L. McGillis Hall, J. Angus, and E. Peter. 2013. "The social context of career choice among millennial nurses: implications for interprofessional practice." Journal of interprofessional care 27(6): 509-514.
    Abstract Health human resource and workforce planning is a global priority. Given the critical nursing shortage, and the fact that nurses are the largest group of healthcare providers, health workforce planning must focus ...
  • The history of nurse imagery and the implications for recruitment: a discussion paper 

    Price, S. L., and L. McGillis Hall. 2013. "The history of nurse imagery and the implications for recruitment: a discussion paper." Journal of advanced nursing.
    AIM: This paper presents a discussion of the history of nurse imagery in the context of recent career choice research and the need for contemporary images for nursing recruitment. BACKGROUND: The critical and growing ...
  • The spiritual experience of high-risk pregnancy 

    Price, S., M. Lake, G. Breen, G. Carson, et al. 2007. "The spiritual experience of high-risk pregnancy." Journal of obstetric, gynecologic, and neonatal nursing : JOGNN / NAACOG 36(1): 63-70.
    OBJECTIVE: To uncover the spiritual beliefs and practices of women experiencing high-risk pregnancies. DESIGN: Qualitative, naturalistic inquiry via face-to-face, semistructured interviews, with thematic analysis of interview ...
  • The art of nursing: communication and self-expression 

    Price, S., E. Arbuthnot, R. Benoit, D. Landry, et al. 2007. "The art of nursing: communication and self-expression." Nursing science quarterly 20(2): 155-160.
    Nursing is considered both an art and a science, yet the nature of art and science has been historically depicted as two distinct fields of inquiry in the health professions. To meet the health challenges of the future, ...
  • BMI: a vital sign for patients and health professionals 

    Kirk, S. F., C. L. Cramm, S. L. Price, T. L. Penney, et al. 2009. "BMI: a vital sign for patients and health professionals." The Canadian nurse 105(1): 25-28.
    Body mass index (BMI) is a significant indicator of health and well-being.The notion of considering BMI as a vital sign was first put forward over a decade ago; however, many health-care professionals do not routinely ...
  • More than meets the eye. Feminist poststructuralism as a lens towards understanding obesity 

    Aston, M., S. Price, S. F. Kirk, and T. Penney. 2012. "More than meets the eye. Feminist poststructuralism as a lens towards understanding obesity." Journal of advanced nursing 68(5): 1187-1194.
    AIM: This paper presents a discussion of the application of a feminist poststructuralist-based theoretical framework as an innovative approach towards understanding and managing the complex health issue of obesity. BACKGROUND: ...
  • Choosing nursing as a career: a narrative analysis of millennial nurses' career choice of virtue 

    Price, Sheri, Lynn, Linda McGillis Hall, Jan, E. Angus, and Elizabeth Peter. 2013. "Choosing nursing as a career: a narrative analysis of millennial nurses' career choice of virtue." Nursing inquiry 20(4): 305-316.
    The growth and sustainability of the nursing profession depends on the ability to recruit and retain the upcoming generation of professionals. Understanding the career choice experiences and professional expectations of ...
  • The experience of choosing nursing as a career: Narratives from Millennial nurses 

    Price, Sheri, Lynn. 2011. "The experience of choosing nursing as a career: Narratives from Millennial nurses." : 228-228 p
    The critical and growing shortage of nurses is a global concern. The growth and sustainability of the nursing profession depends on the ability to recruit and retain the upcoming generation of professionals. Understanding ...
  • Women's experiences with vaginal pessary use 

    Storey, S., M. Aston, S. Price, L. Irving, et al. 2009. "Women's experiences with vaginal pessary use." Journal of advanced nursing 65(11): 2350-2357.
    TITLE: Women's experiences with vaginal pessary use. AIM: This paper is a report of a study of the lived experiences of women using vaginal pessaries for the treatment of urinary incontinence (UI) and/or pelvic organ ...
  • The state of obesity management for women giving birth in Atlantic Canada 

    Kirk, S. F., C. L. Cramm, S. L. Price, T. L. Penney, et al. 2010. "The state of obesity management for women giving birth in Atlantic Canada." Maternal and child health journal 14(3): 453-458.
    OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this survey was to gain insight into the status of birthing facilities across Atlantic Canada regarding obesity management. Specifically, we were interested in learning about the reported number ...
  • Co-bedding twins: how pilot study findings guided improvements in planning a larger multicenter trial 

    Hayward, K., M. Campbell-Yeo, S. Price, D. Morrison, et al. 2007. "Co-bedding twins: how pilot study findings guided improvements in planning a larger multicenter trial." Nursing research 56(2): 137-143.
    BACKGROUND: Co-bedding, a developmental care practice for twins and multiples, has been theorized as a strategy to decrease the adverse neurodevelopmental effects that may be associated with hospitalization. OBJECTIVE: The ...

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