The Mid Sweden International Network for Gender Studies [MING], MidSweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden
The Rural Nurses Organization
Chair of Rural Nursing, Rural Health Research Institute - Seaforth, Ontario
Research Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute
Interpretive and critical research methodologies
Gender and health issues
Social, cultural, and geographical health care issues and solutions
Rural sustainability and capacity building
Faculty of Health Sciences Recognition of Achievement in Teaching - 2013
Exploring Social Support, Sport Participation, and Rural Women’s Health Using Photovoice – a SSHRC-funded study exploring the role of curling in promoting the health of rural women and communities.
Policies and Practices of Rural Public Health Nurses to Promote Rural Women’s Health – one of the first studies in Canada to explore rural public health nursing policy and practice.
Using Photovoice to Explore Rural Women’s Perspectives Regarding Aging, and Social and Health Promotion Needs and Resources – a SSRHC-funded study to investigate aging in rural settings, a significant and increasing health issue.
Leipert, B., Leach, B., & Thurston, W. (Eds.). (2012). Rural Women’s Health. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Leipert, B., Gillander-Gadin, K., & Nyhlen, S. (2014). Growing old in rural places: Emotional narratives. Presentation at the 4th meeting of the MidSweden International Network for Gender Studies [MING], MidSweden University, Sundsvall, Sweden.
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
Leipert B, Scruby L & Meagher-Stewart D. (2014). Sport, health, and rural community: Curling and rural women: A national photovoice study. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 9(4), 128-143.
Nyhlen S, Leipert B & Gillander Gadin K. (2014). Emotional aspects of growing old in rural places: Problematizing the use of different methodologies. In E. Soderberg & S. Nyhlen (Eds.). Walking beside: Challenging the role of emotions in normalization. Sundsvall, Sweden: Mid Sweden University Press, 175-188.
Plunkett R, Leipert B, Olson J & Ray SL. (2014). Understanding women’s health promotion and the rural church. Qualitative Health Research, doi: 10.1177/1049732314549025
Plunkett R, Leipert B, Ray SL & Olson J. (2014). Healthy spaces in meaningful places: Women’s health promotion in the rural church. Journal of Holistic Nursing. doi:10.1177/0898010114546191