Adjunct Associate Professor
Diploma in Nursing
Research and teaching
- Health outcomes of adults
- Health outcomes of family members and family caregivers
- Efficiency and access to care and services
- Preferences, satisfaction, and practices in the delivery and receipt of health services for stroke
Theresa has over 30 years post registration nursing experience in clinical practice, management, education, research, and academia across a variety of settings (acute & rehabilitation). She completed her doctoral and post-doctoral studies in the area of stroke recovery and community reintegration; she has presented and published ongoing research findings in these areas nationally and internationally. Theresa’s clinically-focused neuroscience-related research interests centre on quality patient care, evidence-based practice and the emerging fields of implementation science and improvement science.
Her scholarly contributions occur primarily in a liaison/network capacity for faculty and staff with an interest in care of patients with neurological conditions. She has an interest in online learning strategies for adult learners and currently teaches in a predominantly online education environment. She also serves on graduate MN and PhD student committees as a committee member.