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Dr. Cranley’s research examines ways to improve the quality of healthcare delivery and the quality of life for older adults in long-term care.
Dr. Lisa Cranley is Associate Professor, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. She holds a cross-appointment (status only) with the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, Institute for Life Course & Aging, University of Toronto, and is Assistant Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. Her research examines ways to build capacity of the long-term care workforce and ways to engage residents and family in care planning using qualitative and mixed methods studies. Her research is funded by CIHR and SSHRC.
2012 – Post-Doctoral Fellow, Knowledge Utilization Studies Program, University of Alberta
2009 – PhD in Nursing, University of Toronto
2003 – MN, University of Toronto
1997 – BScN, University of Ottawa
1994 – Diploma in Nursing, Conestoga College
PhD student (Co-supervisor Dr. Martine Puts)
Diana’s research interests are in exploring the readiness of staff nurses to provide age-appropriate care for older adults in Ghanaian hospitals.
Stephen’s research interests include exploring the state of evidence-based nursing (EBN) competencies, facilitators to and barriers of EBN, and EBN education in Ghana.
Danielle’s research interest is in exploring the role of the personal support worker in providing palliative care in the long-term care setting to improve the quality of life for older adults.