Nicole Letourneau, PhD MN BN RN FCAHS FAAN FCAN FRSC

Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Centre for Health Promotion Studies and CIHR Institute of Gender and Health, University of Alberta, Canada
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Canadian Research Institute for Social Policy, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Doctorate in Philosophy (Nursing), University of Alberta, Canada
Master of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, Canada

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Areas of Research

Vulnerable children, Social support, Parent-infant/child relationships, Maternal mental health, Domestic abuse, Family environmental effects on child development, Genetics and epigenetics

Supervising degrees

Nursing - Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Nursing - Masters: Accepting Inquiries
Community Health Sciences - Doctoral: Accepting Inquiries
Community Health Sciences - Masters: Accepting Inquiries

Working with this supervisor

Working with Dr. Letourneau, you will be exposed to a dynamic, innovative, and productive team of dedicated staff, students, trainees, and research colleagues. Numbering more than 30 team members, some staff have remained with Dr. Letourneau for more than 10 years, speaking to the positive, supportive, and enthusiastic work environment. Students and trainees gain many experiences outside of their own reserach, with opportunities for involvment in multiple research projects and publications. Dr. Letourneau provides outstanding mentoring for those wishing to establish strong foundations for research careers in Nursing and other Health Sciences. Her graduate and post-doctoral students typically attain Tri-Council awards and many have gone on to attain significant national funding and research chairs.   

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