Corinne Hart

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Associate Professor Faculty of Community Services Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Toronto, Ontario c4hart@ryerson.ca Office: (416) 979-5000 ext. 556305

Bio/Research

I am an associate professor in the Daphne Cockwell School, where I teach community health nursing theory and practice and function as the lead teacher for the third year of the Ryerson, Centennial and George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program. From 2008-2015 I was the inaugural academic l...

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Bio/Research

I am an associate professor in the Daphne Cockwell School, where I teach community health nursing theory and practice and function as the lead teacher for the third year of the Ryerson, Centennial and George Brown Collaborative Nursing Degree Program. From 2008-2015 I was the inaugural academic lead for RU Interprofessional, the Faculty of Community Services interprofessional initiative. I also supervise MN thesis students and have acted as PhD thesis committee member and external examiner for master's and doctoral thesis defenses, at Ryerson and externally.

My research uses critical social science approaches to examine and theorize interrelationships between power, status and professional identity in interprofessional and interdisciplinary health care work and explore notions of professional identity in the context of client centred care. My doctoral work used a conceptual lens of emotion management to understand the work of personal support workers who provided home support. I am now interested in looking at how emotion management and display can be used as a methodological lens to investigate concepts such as worker agency, professional identity and real and perceived professional power and status. I am a fellow at the University of Toronto, Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research (CQ) and committee chair for the annual Joan Eakin Award for Methodological Excellence in a Qualitative Doctoral Dissertation committee.


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