Recent Submissions

  • A community partnership to explore mental health services in First Nations communities in Nova Scotia 

    Vukic, A., S. Rudderham, and R. M. Misener. 2009. "A community partnership to explore mental health services in First Nations communities in Nova Scotia." Canadian Journal of Public Health 100(6): 432-435.
    OBJECTIVE: This study aimed at identifying the gaps, barriers and successes/solutions associated with mental health services in Mi'kmaq communities in Nova Scotia. METHODS: Community-based participatory research, which is ...
  • Northern nursing practice in a primary health care setting 

    Vukic, A., and B. Keddy. 2002. "Northern nursing practice in a primary health care setting." Journal of advanced nursing 40(5): 542-548.
    BACKGROUND: This paper explicates the nature of outpost nursing work, and/or the day-to-day realities of northern nursing practice in a primary health care setting in Canada. The study was carried out to systematically ...
  • Family health nursing and empowering relationships 

    Aston, M., D. Meagher-Stewart, D. Sheppard-Lemoine, A. Vukic, et al. 2006. "Family health nursing and empowering relationships." Pediatric nursing 32(1): 61-67.
    PURPOSE: To examine how empowerment, as an ideology and a practice of teaching and learning, was understood and applied by public health nurses (PHNs) in health education with child bearing and child rearing families. ...
  • Northern outpost nursing: literature review 

    Vukic, A.. 1996. "Northern outpost nursing: literature review." Aboriginal Nurse 11(1): 4-8.
    Nurses in northern remote communities are doing work that the literature refers to as "unique", "nonconventional", and non-traditional". Articles describe the expanded role of the nurse, nursing in a specific cultural ...
  • Practice applications of research. Family health nursing and empowering relationships 

    Aston, M., D. Meagher-Stewart, D. Sheppard-Lemoine, A. Vukic, et al. 2006. "Practice applications of research. Family health nursing and empowering relationships." Pediatric nursing 32(1): 61-67.
    Purpose: To examine how empowerment, as an ideology and a practice of teaching and learning, was understood and applied by public health nurses (PHNs) in health education with child bearing and child rearing families.; ...