Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

Linda McGillis Hall & Kelly Metcalfe honoured at U of T Salutes! Event

Professors Linda McGillis Hall and Kelly Metcalfe with U of T President Meric Gertler

Bloomberg Nursing researchers Linda McGillis Hall and Kelly Metcalfe were honoured at the U of T Salutes! event on March 6, held to recognize University of Toronto researchers who received international and major national research accolades in 2016. President Meric Gertler spoke proudly of the breadth, depth and diversity of the research excellence at the University.

Dr. McGillis Hall was recognized for her induction into the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Nurse Research Hall of Fame. Known internationally for her work in nursing health services and systems research, she was inducted into the Hall of Fame in July 2016.

Dr. McGillis Hall is the Kathleen Russell Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean, Research & External Relations at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. A recognized leader in nursing health services and systems research, Dr. McGillis Hall’s research focuses on health human resources and the nursing work environment.

Dr. Metcalfe was recognized for her induction as an International fellow into the American Academy of Nursing.

Dr. Kelly Metcalfe is a Professor at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing and an Adjunct Scientist at the Familial Breast Cancer Research Institute at the Women’s College Research Institute. Dr. Metcalfe holds the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Limited-Term Professor in Cancer Genetics. Her primary area of research is on the prevention and treatment of cancer in individuals at an increased risk of developing the disease.

 

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