Kristine Newman

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Associate Professor Faculty of Community Services Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing Toronto, Ontario kristine.newman@ryerson.ca Office: (416) 979-5000 ext. 554160

Bio/Research

Dr. Kristine Newman obtained her Bachelor of Nursing Science (2003) and Master of Science in Nursing (2005) from Queen’s University. Dr. Newman completed her PhD in Nursing Science (2012) from the University of Toronto and a Knowledge Translation Canada: Strategic Training Initiative in Health R...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Kristine Newman obtained her Bachelor of Nursing Science (2003) and Master of Science in Nursing (2005) from Queen’s University. Dr. Newman completed her PhD in Nursing Science (2012) from the University of Toronto and a Knowledge Translation Canada: Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research Post-Doctoral Fellowship (2013) at McMaster University.

She holds her Canadian Nurses Association Rehabilitation Nursing Certification (2007-2021) and is an Associate Member with the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging at McMaster University. Her nursing background is in Geriatric Rehabilitation and Complex Continuing Care, Nursing Education and Nursing Professional Practice.

Dr. Newman’s program of research relates to Informatics – individual and collaborative information-seeking, Problem-Solving, Knowledge Translation and Gernotechnology. She is a founding member of the World Young Leaders of Dementia (WYLD) and is an advisor to the WYLD Steering Group Committee.


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