Dr Estabrooks teaches in the areas of knowledge translation, policy analysis, research design and methods, and organizational and health care outcomes. She typically mentors graduate students whose interests are in how organizations influence resident (patient) outcomes, provider outcomes, the use of best practices, and/or whose interests lie in the use of improvement science and methods to positively influence these outcomes. In addition to graduate students she supervises postdoctoral fellows and honors undergraduate students. Several CIHR, TVN and AIHS funded post doctoral fellows currently work with her. Dr Estabrooks currently teaches NURS 683 (Advanced Design) and has developed and taught INT D 690 (Topics in Knowledge Utilization) many times. She has also taught NURS 503 (Research Methods), NURS 600 (Theory Development) and NURS 699 (Dissertation Seminar).
- Adam Easterbrook, PhD (University of British Columbia)
- Matthias Hoben, PhD (Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg)
- Yuting Song, PhD (Duke University)
- Stephanie Chamberlain, BHSc (UOttawa), MA (MSVU)
- Helen Doan, BScN (University of Alberta)
For a complete list of trainees see www.kusp.ualberta.ca