Sandra Regan, PhD

Associate Professor, Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing

Office: 2331, FNB
Telephone:519-661-2111 x 86574
Email:sregan4@uwo.ca
External Website:http://www.uwo.ca/fhs/nursing/people/faculty/regan_s.html

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Health human resources policy and planning
Specific areas of health human resources – public health, home care, primary health care
Health policy development and implementation
Health policy analysis
New graduate nurse beginning practice

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health in Rwanda Project
Iota Omicron Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International
Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • Regan S & Grant L. (2015). Patient focus. In P. S. Yoder-Wise & L. Grant (Eds.). Leading and managing in Canadian nursing (1st Canadian Edition). Elsevier Mosby.
  • Regan S, Laschinger HKS & Wong C. (2015). The influence of empowerment, authentic leadership, and professional practice environments on nurses’ perceived interprofessional collaboration. Journal of Nursing Management, Advance online publication. doi:10.1111/jonm.12288
  • Regan S, Orchard C, Khalili H, Brunton L & Leslie K. (2015). Legislating interprofessional collaboration: A policy analysis of health professions regulatory legislation in Ontario, Canada. Journal of interprofessional care, 29(4), 359-364.
  • Black JE, Regan S & Cotter C. (2014). Nursing as a regulated profession: Standards of practice. In D. Gregory, C. Raymond-Seniuk, L. Patrick, & T. Stephen (Eds.), Fundamentals: Perspectives on art and science of Canadian nursing. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 56-76.
  • Clyne ME & Regan S. (2015). Strategic planning and goal-setting. In P. S. Yoder-Wise & L. Grant (Eds.). Leading and managing in Canadian nursing (1st Canadian Edition). Elsevier Mosby.
  • Eaton B & Regan S. (2015). Perspectives of speech-language pathologists and audiologists on interprofessional collaboration. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 39(1), 6-18.
  • Lavieri M, Regan S, Puterman M & Ratner P. (2015). Introduction to the use of linear programming in strategic health human resource planning. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science. 1-10. DOI: 10.1002/9780470400531.eorms110
  • Leipert B, Regan S & Plunkett R. (2015). Working through and around: Exploring rural public health nursing practices and policies to promote rural women’s health. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health, 15 (1), http://dx.doi.org/10.14574/ojrnhc.v15i1.342
  • Ng S, Lingard L, Hibbert K, Regan S, Phelan S,StookeR, Meston C, Schryer C, Manamperi M & Friesen F. (2015). Supporting children with disabilities at school: Implications for the advocate role in professional practice and education. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-9. doi:10.3109/09638288.2015.1021021.
  • Ralph A, Regan S & Donelle L. (2015). The eShift model of care: Informal caregivers’ experience of a new model of palliative home care. Progress in Palliative Care, DOI: 10.1179/1743291X15Y.0000000006
  • Stam M, Ford-Gilboe M & Regan S. (2015). Primary health care service use among women who have recently left an abusive partner: income, racialization, unmet need, fit of service, and health. Health Care for Women International, 36(2), 161-187. DOI: 10.1080/07399332.2014.909431
  • Yoder-Wise PS, Regan S & Grant L. (2015). Thriving in the future. In P. S. Yoder-Wise & L. Grant (Eds). Leading and managing in Canadian nursing (1st Canadian Edition). Elsevier Mosby.