Teaching

Applied Health Sciences - Nursing




Teaching

  • NUSC3P14 (Promoting Mental Health) & NUSC3P92 (Nursing Practicum: Promoting Mental Health)
  • Supervisor: Julie Blain, MA Student, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University.
  • Supervisor: Tracey Schenck, MA Student, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University.
  • Supervisor: Ann Tassonyi, MA student, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University.Knowledge transfer in long term care.
  • Supervisor: Carrie Grieg, MA, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock Univeristy. (2010). Leisure Connections: A case study to understand therapeutic techniques with trauma survivors. 
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Riaz Akseer, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University. When does the healing begin: How the interactive competencies of health care professionals help or hinder the healing process.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Patricia Tester, MA, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University. (2012). Does educational setting mediate the relationship between substance abuse and depressive symptoms in post-secondary students?
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Maria Mireault, PhD student, Faculty of Social Work, McGill University
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Svetland Popova, PhD, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. (2006). Effectiveness of a young mothers' prenatal group.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Thecla Damianakis, PhD, Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto. The intersection of social work and the arts: Gleanings from creative writers and social workers on spirituality, eros, and creativity for knowledge and practice.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Allyson Shephard, MScN, University of Ottawa. (2004). Parental presence during pediatric trauma rescuscitation: Healthcare professionals' attitudes and beliefs.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Sandra Dunn, MScN, University of Ottawa. (2003). The influence of vulnerability and social support on breastfeeding outcome.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Debbie Aylward, MScN, University of Ottawa. (2002). The needs of caregivers of medically complex and premature infants discharged from the NICU.
  • Thesis supervisory committee member: Margot Thomas, MScN, University of Ottawa. (2002). Cue utilization by expert pediatric critical care nurses iin making clinical judgments related to endotracheal suctioning.
Portrait of Lynn McCleary
Lynn McCleary

Associate Professor
Office: EA 317
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