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Sherry A. Arvidson is a Assistant Professor,University of Regina,canada

Sherry A. Arvidson

Assistant Professor

University of Regina

canada

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Dr. Sherry Arvidson was born and raised in Canada. She grew up on the prairie province of Saskatchewan and lived the life of a farm girl before moving to cities within Canada and eventually venturing to the United States once she completed her diploma in nursing in 1991. Sherry’s education best represents a classic model of life long learning. She completed her Bachelor of Nursing, Master of Nursing, and Doctor of Nursing through distance education over a time span of nine years while raising a family and working full time as a Registered Nurse. Workplace balance, time management, and prioritizing needs all remain strengths that Sherry has been recognized for and during her educational career has received several awards to support her efforts and dedication to lifelong learning. Her most recent award received in 2016 was the President’s Teaching Award of Excellence from the University of Regina. With this award Sherry had the honour of presenting a workshop entitled Instructional Strategies to Enhance Critical Thinking andattend the International Nursing 2016 Conference in Dubai,United Arab Emirates where she presented her doctoral research.

Dr. Arvidson is currently employed with the Faculty of Nursing at University of Regina as an Assistant Professor. She is working collaboratively with colleagues in various research projects and as a Research Associate with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. Dr. Arvidson completed the Doctor of Education degree specializing in curriculum and instruction in 2015. Her area of research focused on nursing student perceptions and experiences of service-learning using heuristic phenomenology. Her scholarship activities include: chapter book contributions, presentations at national conferences, peer review work including journal articles and textbooks, and manuscript writing for publication.  Dr. Arvidson is actively involved in research, teaching, and scholarship activities. Her main areas of research include: Student success, outcomes, social justice, social determinants of health, cultural competence, and patient safety.

 

 

 

  • Organizing Committee, Nursing USA 2017 Chicago Illinois
  • Organizing Committee, Aboriginal Conference University of Regina 2016
  • Co-Chair, 2nd Annual Doctoral Conference University of Regina 2015

Current Research

  • Registered Nurses Experiences with SMART Pumps in Critical Care
  • Nursing Student Experiences with Bullying in the Clinical Setting
  • Post Traumatic Stress Responses With Nursing Students Using Simulation
  • Assessing and Evaluating Handover Reports in the Clinical Area
  • Nursing Student Perceptions and Experiences of Service-learning in Nursing Education

Interested topics

  • Student Success
  • Cultural Competence
  • Patient Outcomes
  • Social Justice
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Patient safety
  • 2017 – Plenary Speaker, International Nursing 2017 Conference Chicago Illinois
  • 2016 – Recipient, President’s Teaching Award of Excellence. University of Regina
  • 2016 – Honorable Editor Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies
  • 2016 – Faculty Appointment, Assistant Professor, University of Regina
  • 2016 – Committee Member for Master Student Gerontology Program University of Regina
  • 2016 – Indigenization Working Group University of Regina
  • 2016 – Indigenous Advisory Planning Committee University of Regina
  • 2016 – University of Regina Student Appeals Committee
  • 2015 – Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research Accreditation University of Regina
  • 2015 – Research Associate, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region Regina Canada
  • 2015 – Doctor of Education Specializing in Curriculum and Instruction. University of Phoenix
  • 2015 – Chair, Oral Defense. Department of Clinical Psychology. University of Regina
  • 2015 – Peer Review Committee Member Faculty of Nursing University of Regina
  • 2015 – Faculty Selections Committee Faculty of Nursing University of Regina
  • 2015 – Reappointment of Deanship University of Regina
  • 2013 – Consultation in Committee Member Faculty of Nursing University of Regina
  • 2011 – Master of Nursing, Athabasca University Canada
  • 2008 – Bachelor of Nursing with Distinction, Athabasca University Canada
  • 2008 – Multi-course Award, Athabasca University Canada
  • University of Phoenix
  • Nursing USA Leadership 2017
  • Reviewer of International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement

Honourable Editor of Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies. Juniper Publishing Group. Juniper Publishers Inc. 1890 W. Hillcrest Dr. Newbury Park, CA 91320. United States, www.juniperpublishers.com. Accepted Position March 31, 2016
 

  • Arvidson, S., Heuss, R., & Urban, A. (2017). Community Service Learning: Fostering First Year Nursing Students’ Understanding of Others. International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practice. (In Preparation)
  • Kostiuk, S., Arvidson, S., Moyer, K., & Davies, S. (2017). Are We Upholding Communication Standards in Nursing Education: Nurse Educators in Saskatchewan’s Experience Facilitating and Assessing Nursing Students’ Handover Skills in the Clinical Setting? Journal of School Nursing (Pending Publication)
  • Arvidson, S. (2017). Cultivating Learning Through Deep Thinking Techniques: Is it Enough? Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies, 1(1), 2. Editorial
  • Arvidson, S. (2016). Phenomenological Findings of Nursing Student Experiences in Service-learning. Madridge Journal of Nursing, 1(2). 61.http://dx.doi.org/10.18689/MJN.02.A1.002
  • Arvidson, S. (2016). Promoting Student Success in Academia and Practice. Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies, 1(1), 1. Editorial
  • Arries, E.J., Johner, R., Anonson, J. Luhanga, F. &Arvidson, S. (2016). Experiences of ethical issues among undergraduate students, faculty and clinical instructors in Nursing and Social work education. Unpublished manuscript, Faculty of Nursing, University of Regina, Regina SK, Canada
  • Arvidson, S. (2015, December). Nursing Student Knowledge Application in Service-Learning: A Heuristic Phenomenological Study. University of Phoenix. School of Advanced Studies. Journal of Dissertation Abstracts
  • Arvidson, S. (September 2015). Nursing Student Knowledge Application in Service-Learning: A Heuristic Phenomenological Study. Dissertation. ProQuest
  • Arvidson, S., & Kostiuk, S. (2014). In Gregory, Chapter Writing: Arvidson, S., & Kostiuk, S. Balancing Rest & Exercise. In Gregory, d., Raymond, C., & Patrick, L. (2014) Canadian, The Art and Sciences of Canadian Nursing. (1st ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins.
  • Vollman’s Canadian Community Reviewer of Social Media and Health PromotionAs PartnerLippincott Williams & Wilkins October 2015
  • Reviewer of Potter & Perry 14 ChaptersCanadian Fundamentals of NursingSeptember 2015
  • Reviewer of International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. Articles: Value Added: Service Learning Outcomes for Physical Therapy Students andCommunity Partners in Belize and Effect of Service-Learning in Multicultural Competence of Teacher Candidates: From a Doing With Community Framework
  • Honourable Editor of Juniper Online Journal of Case Studies. Juniper Publishing Group. Juniper Publishers Inc.1890 W. Hillcrest Dr. Newbury Park, CA 91320. United States, www.juniperpublishers.com. Accepted Position March 31, 2016
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