Aging, Community and Health Research Group (ACHRU)

McMaster University

About ACHRU

Current Trainees

Megan Barker

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
RPN to BScN Student
McMaster University, School of Nursing
Bio:

Megan is interested in community programs and increasing supports for vulnerable populations in the community. She hopes to continue her educational pursuit through a post-graduate program at McMaster once completing the RPN to BScN program.

Ashley Cornish

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
PhD Student in Nursing
University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing
Bio:

Ashley's area of study: Health Policy

Kara Jonas

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
Undergraduate Nursing Student
McMaster University, School of Nursing
Bio:

Kara is interested in the nurse's role in supporting clients across the lifespan with MCC, especially within the primary health care and palliative care domains. 

Patricia Julian

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
Master of Science in Nursing Student
McMaster University, School of Nursing
Bio:
Patricia Julian is an RN with experience in general medicine, cardiac surgery and vascular surgery. Patricia is interested in family caregivers' experiences caring for older adults living with dementia and/or delirium. 

 

Loreen Pollard

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
PhD Student
University of Alberta

Carly Whitmore

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
PhD Student
Bio:

Area of study is community dwelling older adults with depressive symptoms and multiple chronic conditions

Marie-Lee Yous

Role in Research Program:
Current Trainee
Current Position:
PhD Student
McMaster University, School of Nursing
Bio:

Marie-Lee's area of study is older adults with multiple chronic conditions. She is also interested in the nursing experience of caring for older adults with dementia living with responsive behaviours in acute care.