Browsing All posts tagged under »Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham«

Embedding a Palliative Approach in Nursing Care Delivery

September 4, 2017 by


We are delighted to feature the open access article titled “Embedding a Palliative Approach in Nursing Care Delivery: An Integrated Knowledge Synthesis” authored by Richard Sawatzky, PhD; Pat Porterfield, MSN; Della Roberts, MSN; Joyce Lee, PhD; Leah Liang, MSN; Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, PhD; Barb Pesut, PhD; Tilly Schalkwyk, MSN; Kelli Stajduhar, PhD; Carolyn Tayler, MSA; Jennifer […]

Death Is a Social Justice Issue

November 8, 2016 by


Our first featured article from the latest ANS issue is titled “Death Is a Social Justice Issue: Perspectives on Equity-Informed Palliative Care” by Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, PhD, RN; Kelli Stajduhar, PhD, RN; Bernie Pauly, PhD, RN; Melissa Giesbrecht, PhD; Ashley Mollison, MA; Ryan McNeil, PhD; and Bruce Wallace, PhD.  While this article is featured it is available […]

Decolonizing Health Research on Female Genital Cutting

June 3, 2016 by


The current ANS featured article addresses a social/cultural and health issue that has engaged intense discussion in many circles for a number of years – the issue of genital cutting.  The article is titled “A Decolonizing Methodology for Health Research on Female Genital Cutting,” authored by Jane Werunga, MSN, RN; Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, PhD, RN and Carol Ewashen, PhD, RN, […]

Integrated Knowledge Translation: Addressing the Knowing/Doing Gap

September 9, 2015 by


Gweneth Hartrick Doane and Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham have been working with a team of nursing scholars for several years, exploring the philosophic underpinnings and the practice implications of translational research.  The current issue of ANS features two articles based on their work.  The current featured article is “(Re)theorizing Integrated Knowledge Translation: A Heuristic for Knowledge-As-Action” authored by Gweneth Hartrick […]

Spirituality and Social Justice

September 8, 2014 by


In the current ANS featured article, author Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, PhD, RN explores an area of scholarship that is rare in nursing literature – the interplay between social justice, religion, spirituality, health, and nursing. The article is titled “Nursing Research on Religion and Spirituality Through a Social Justice Lens.” Dr. Reimer-Kirkham uses the critical perspectives of postcolonial […]