Master of Health Leadership and Policy
Established in 1919, the UBC School of Nursing has almost 100 years of experience educating nursing leaders and innovating research. We have an international reputation for research and scholarship, guided by a vision of excellence in nursing education, research and practice.
The UBC School of Nursing is home to the first degree program in nursing in the Commonwealth and was one of the first academic programs established at UBC after the university’s inception in 1915.
UBC’s graduate nursing programs position you as a leader to improve health care equity, advance nursing knowledge, and envision a new healthcare landscape. Learn from leading scholars with international reputations for research, and join a community of nursing scholars at one of the world's top-ranked universities.
|Baumbusch, Jennifer||long-term residential care, family caregiving, Intellectual Disability, nursing care of older adults|
|Boschma, Geertje||History of nursing and health care, with special emphasis on mental health and mental health nursing|
|Brown, Helen Jean||Maternal-infant and women|
|Browne, Annette||Health inequalities, indigenous peoples, women's health, cultural safety, primary health care interventions to improve health outcomes, marginalized populations, health policy|
|Bungay, Victoria||sexuality, sex work, harm reduction, drug use, intersectionality, ethnography, communication technologies, community based research, Health inequities affecting men and women working in the commercial sex industry and people who are street-involved, leadership, public health nursing, mental health, sexual health, HIV, and harm reduction programming|
|Campbell, Suzanne||Community Health / Public Health, Health Promotion, Interpersonal Communication, Educational Technologies, Health Care Technologies, Modelization and Simulation, Social Determinants of Health, Global Health and Emerging Diseases, Adult Education and Continuing Education, simulation nursing education, interprofessional health professional education, health communication, lactation support, leadership in nursing, global maternal-infant-child health|
|Currie, Leanne||Nursing, Health Care Technologies, Health Information Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical Technologies, Decision Making, Computer Architecture, Software Development, Biomedical and Health Informatics, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare, Human Computer Interaction and Design|
|Dahinten, Susan||Social determinants and processes of child development, identification, intervention and the prevention of developmental problems|
|Garrett, Bernard Mark||Health Care Technologies, Ethics and Health, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented reality, Evidence-basedPpractice, Deception in Healthcare, Healthcare Regulation, Alternative Medicine|
|Howard, Fuchsia||health service needs of vulnerable, high-risk survivors of acute life-threatening illness, specifically, cancer survivors and survivors of critical illnesses; hereditary cancer prevention and risk management and psychosocial and ethnocultural factors that shape health and illness experiences|
|Kryworuchko, Jennifer||Nursing, Interpersonal Communication, Family and Care Givers, Decision-making, Health Communication, Palliative and End-of-life Care|
|MacPhee, Maura||professional development, higher education, patient safety, systems analysis, leadership and management, pediatrics|
|McPherson, Gladys||addressing health equity within one First Nations community|
|Oliffe, John||Suicide prevention, depression, smoking, mental health and illness, men's health, prostate cancer, masculinity, fathers, incarcertion, support groups|
|Phinney, Alison||Capacities of older people for successfully coping with the functional consequences of aging and disease|
|Ranger, Manon||Prematurity, Stress, Infant / Child Development, Pain, Neurodevelopment, Early-adversity, Biomarkers of early stress exposure|
|Rodney, Patricia||Healthcare ethics; Nursing ethics; Nursing workplaces; Healthcare equity; Ethics and policy; Moral distress and moral climate|
|Saewyc, Elizabeth||Homeless or street involved youth, sexual minority youth, sexual exploitation of youth, discrimination, trauma and resilience., Youth health issues, stigma, violence, trauma, adolescent health, protective factors, sexual minority, homeless, immigrant, indigenous|
|Thorne, Sally||Nursing, cancer care, chronic illness|
|Varcoe, Colleen||How the inequities of ethnicity, class, place and ability are central to violence against women, enhancing practice and policy in the context of violence and inequity|
|Wong, Sabrina||Primary Health Care, Primary Care, vulnerable populations, marginalized groups, ethno-cultural, patient experiences, quality of care, Organization and delivery of health care, informing practice and system level interventions that seek to decrease health inequalities among Canadian residents, including people who face multiple disadvantages in accessing and using the health care system such as those who have language barriers and live in poverty|
Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc has been named a Sigma Theta Tau Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame Honouree for 2019. Dr. Saewyc is the only researcher from Canada among 22 others who will be inducted to the Hall of Fame at the 30th International Nursing Research Congress in Calgary in July.
Through the Research Excellence Clusters Initiative, UBC Vice-President, Research & Innovation (VPRI) Office offers every year funding to a number of research excellence clusters led by researchers at the UBC Vancouver campus.