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Kimberley D Ryan

Assoc Prof Kimberley Ryan ORCID logo

qualifications: RPN, RN, BScN, M.Ed (Distance Ed. Spec.)

position: Associate Professor

department: Psychiatric Nursing

Canada

I am a psychiatric nurse educator employed at a university located in rural Manitoba, Canada. My research interests include: suicide in rural populations, equine assisted psychotherapy/learning, undergraduate and graduate psychiatric nursing education, curriculum development, teaching and learning, mental health psychiatric nursing, mental health of rural and isolated populations, dementia, distance education, ongoing continuing competency, and issues encountered by our aging population.


Articles contributed to by this person


Original Research 23 July 2010

Mental health collaborative care: a synopsis of the Rural and Isolated Toolkit


Review Article 15 March 2004

Investigating the health of rural communities: toward framework development


Personal View 25 March 2004

Health and sustainability of rural communities


Preliminary Report 5 April 2004

Rural Canadian community health and quality of life: testing a workbook to determine priorities and move to action


Correction 25 May 2004

Correction, article no. 278: Rural Canadian community health and quality of life: testing a workbook to determine priorities and move to action

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