Dr Josephine Etowa is an Associate Professor and Loyer-DaSilva Research Chair in Public Health Nursing, at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Negotiating the Boundaries of Difference in the Professional Lives of Black Nurses

Understanding diversity in the worklife of Black nurses.

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Racism in Health Care: Experiences of Childbearing Women of African Descent

This paper describes the complex ways in which racism creates different health care experiences for marginalized groups such as childbearing women of African descent.

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Urban Green Space as a Public Health Resource: Lessons from Ottawa’s Fletcher Wildlife Garden

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Engaging with Racism: An Opportunity to Advance Nursing Practice

An examination of White nurses’ perception of racism in Canadian nursing using grounded theory approach under the tenets of participatory Action Research.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Mentoring as a Resource for Aboriginal Nurses: Perspectives of Indigenous Knowers

This paper discusses the findings and implications of a study that examined the work-life experiences of Aboriginal registered nurses in Atlantic Canada.

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Published online: September 21, 2015

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Towards a Conceptual Framework for Workplace Integration of Internationally Educated Nurses

This conceptual framework describes how the workplace organizational context can affect internationally educated nurses’ (IENs) integration experience, including achievements in four domains of their work life and progress in nursing.

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Published Online: November 12, 2015

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Participatory Action Research (PAR): A Strategy to Achieve Transformational Change in Nursing Research and Policy Development in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)

Participatory action research as an approach to building research and policy development capacity among nurses and midwives in a low middle income country (LMIC).

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Published Online: January 14, 2016

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