Nancy Barnes

I have been a Lecturer with Faculty of Nursing since 2008, and have worked in nursing education since 2002. During this time period I have had the opportunity to teach a great variety of courses, including obstetrics clinical, med/surg clinical, community-based clinical, several theory courses, and several lab courses; I have taught in all four years of the program. I view my teaching practice as an honour, a privilege, and a means of providing nursing service to the public.

My MN capping project was entitled Community Health Promotion and Development and Critical Paradigm: Well-being through Consciousness-Raising. I have an interest in equity and social justice, and their relationship to nursing, clients, health and the environment. Through on-going practice and scholarship interests, I strive to integrate these concepts into my work with students, clients and colleagues in the community setting

I am currently a member of the Nursing Philosophy, Pedagogy and History Area of Excellence within the Faculty of Nursing, and I am a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society (Mu Sigma chapter). As a part of my service to the Faculty, I have been a member of the following committees: Faculty Lecturer Selection, FLEC, e-Learning, Undergraduate Appeals, and Healthy Work Place.