Aging, Community and Health Research Group (ACHRU)

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ACHRU congratulates two of its trainees on their recent successful completion of their PhD comprehensive exams

Please join us in congratulating two ACHRU trainees, McMaster University PhD students, Sue Bookey-Bassett, RN, BScN, MEd and Anna Garnett, RN, BScN, MSc on their recent successful completion of the comprehensive exam process.

Sue’s comprehensive papers were as follows.

1)      Interprofessional Collaboration for Chronic Disease Management in Community-Living Older Adults: A Concept Analysis, and

2)      A Review of Instruments to Measure Interprofessional Collaboration for Chronic Disease Management for Community-Living Older Adults

Sue’s PhD research will focus on the development, implementation and evaluation of a multi-component interprofessional (IP) education intervention to promote IP collaboration within IP community-based stroke rehabilitation teams.

Anna’s comprehensive papers were as follows.

1)      Self-management in Community Dwelling Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions:

A Concept Analysis, and

2)      Self-report Physical Activity Measurement Tools: A Review of Psychometric Properties and Feasibility for Community Dwelling Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions

Anna’s PhD research will focus on factors affecting the uptake of physical activity interventions in community dwelling older adults with multiple chronic conditions.

Congratulations Sue and Anna on your accomplishments to date and for reaching this important milestone in your research careers! We wish you continued success as you move forward with your PhD work.

To read more about our student trainees, please click here https://achru.mcmaster.ca/about-achru/current-trainees

Published on: August 19, 2014

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