Biography

Assistant Professor


BN (UNB); MN (Athabasca); PhD (UPEI); RN


Dr. Janet MacIntyre is an Assistant Professor at the UPEI Faculty of Nursing where she teaches medical-surgical nursing in the third and fourth year of the program. Janet has decades of clinical nursing experience in Intensive Care Nursing. Her research focuses on newly graduated Registered Nurses, nursing education, and curricular change; as well as chronic disease and Indigenous Health.

Recent Publications

Optimizing osteoporosis care in a rural primary health care center: Findings of a research study aimed to support seniors

Nursing Forum, 2019

Narrative Circle Model: An interpretative framework for nursing education and research

Nursing Forum, 2018

The Narrative Circle Model: An interpretive framework for nursing education and research

Atlantic Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (ARCASN) Annual General Meeting and Research Conference, Celebrating Difference: Indigenous and Cultural Diversity in Nursing Education, Sydney, NS, October 11-13, 2018

Newly graduated registered nurses and medical-surgical nursing units: A literature review

International Journal of Advanced Nursing Education and Research, 2017

Newly-graduated baccalaureate Registered Nurses, the 21st century health care environment and mapping the landscape for curricular change

Atlantic Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (ARCASN) Annual General Meeting and Research Conference, Nursing Education in the Atlantic Region: Past, Present and Future, St. John's, NL, June 10-12, 2016

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