Catherine Ward-Griffin, RN, PhD
Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing
Room H24, HSA
519 661-2111 x88654
- PhD (Toronto)
- BScN, MScN (Western University)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Critical Feminist Research
- Community-based dementia care
- Social Determinants of Health (gender, age and class)
- Intersections between Paid and Unpaid Care Work
- Qualitative Research Methods (ethnography, grounded theory)
- Mixed Methods Research
- Health Promotion
- Advanced Qualitative Research Methods
- Critical Research Methodologies
- Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Award for Teaching Excellence (Academic): 2005
- Award Recipient, Alfreda Simmons Kartha Teaching Award of Excellence, Western University: 2004
- Invited member, CIHR (Gender, Sex and Health Grants Committee): 2008-present
- Editor, Social Policy and Practice Section, Canadian Journal on Aging: 2007-2011
- Invited Research Grant Reviewer, Alzheimer Society of Canada: 2004-2010
- Ward-Griffin C, Hall J, DeForge R, St-Amant O, McWilliam C, Oudshoorn A, Forbes D & Kloseck M. (2012). Dementia Home Care Resources: How Are We Managing? Journal of Aging Research, 2012, Article ID 590724, DOI:1155/2012/590724.
- Forbes D, Ward-Griffin C, Kloseck M, Mendelsohn M, St. Amant O, DeForge R & Clark K. (2011). My world gets smaller and smaller with nothing to look forward to: dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion among rural dementia care networks. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 11(2).
- Ward-Griffin C. (2012). Supportive care to family caregivers is not supportive enough: Moving towards an equitable approach to dementia home care. Neurodegenerative Disease Management, 2(,2), 173-181.
- Ward-Griffin C, McWilliam C & Oudshoorn A. (2012). Nursing relational practice patterns in palliative home care. Journal of Palliative Care, 28(2), 33-40.
- Byrne K, Orange JB & Ward-Griffin C. (2011). Care transition experiences of spousal caregivers from a geriatric rehabilitation unit to home. Qualitative Health Research, 21 (10), 1371-1387.