Dawn Prentice, RN, PhD

Professor, Nursing

Office: EA 318
905 688 5550 x5161
dprentice@brocku.ca

Dr. Dawn Prentice is a registered nurse and has experience in a variety of nursing roles with the majority of her clinical experiences spent in settings caring for older adults. Her current research is focused on nursing roles and scope of practice as well as interprofessional practice. Dawn is the Editor-in-Chief for Perspectives: The Journal of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association.

  • Gerontology & Gerontological Nursing
  • Inter and Intraprofessional Collaborative Education and Practice
  • Nursing Roles
  • Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association
  • Canadian Nurses Association
  • College of Nurses of Ontario

Engel, J., Prentice, D., & Hicks, R. (2019). Where Does the Patient Fit? An Analysis of Word Use within the Context of Interprofessional Collaborative Care. Global Qualitative Nursing Research Journal. doi/10.1177/2333393619889353

Mirza, N., Manakil-Rankin, L., Prentice, D., Hagerman, L., Draenos, C. (2019). Readiness of new nursing graduates:A concept analysis. Nurse Education in Practice.37, 68-74. doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2019.04.009.

Moore, J.,Prentice, D., Crawford, J., Lankshear, S., Limoges, J., & Rhodes, K. (2019). Collaboration among registered nurses and practical nurses in acute care hospitals: A scoping review. Nursing Forum, 54 (3)https://doi.org/10.1111/nuf.12339

Prentice, D., Boscart, V., Escrig, A., & McGilton, K. (2017). Factors influencing new RNs’ supervisory performance in long-term care facilities. Canadian Journal on Aging, 36 (4), 463-71.

Prentice, D. Jung, B., Taplay, K., Stobbe, K., & Hildebrand, L. (2016). Staff perceptions of collaboration on a new interprofessional unit using the Assessment of Interprofessional Team Collaboration Scale (AITCS). Journal of Interprofessional Care, 30 (6), 823-825.

Bowen K., & Prentice, D. (2016). Are Benner’s expert nurses near extinction? Journal of Nursing Philosophy, 17 (2), 144-148. doi: 10.1111/nup.12114

Moore, J., Prentice, D., & Taplay, K. (2015). Collaboration: What does it really mean to nurses? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (13-14), 2052-2054. doi: 10.1111/jocn.12859.

Moore, J., & Prentice, D. (2015) Oncology nurses’ experience of collaboration: A case study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 19 (5), 509-515. doi: 10.1016/j.ejon.2015.02.011.

Moore, J., Prentice, D., & McQuestion, M. (2015). Social interaction and collaboration among oncology nurses. Nursing Research and Practice. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/248067

Prentice, D., Engel, J., Taplay, K. & Stobbe, K. (2015). Interprofessional collaboration: The experience of nursing and medical students’ interprofessional education. Global Qualitative Nursing Research Journal, 1-9. doi:10.1177/2333393614560566

Cappelletti, A., Engel, J., & Prentice, D. (2014). Systematic review of clinical judgment and reasoning in nursing. The Journal of Nursing Education 53 (8), 453-458.

Moore, J., Engel, J., & Prentice, D. (2014). Relational ethics in everyday practice. Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 24, 31-39. doi:10.5737/1181912×2413134

Prentice, D., & O’Rourke, T. (2013) Safe Practice: Using simulation to teach blood transfusion reactions. Journal of Infusion Nursing, 36 (3), 207-210.

Engel, J., & Prentice, D. (2013). The ethics of interprofessional collaboration. Nursing Ethics, 20 (4), 426-35.

Moore, J., & Prentice, D. (2013). Collaboration among nurse practitioners and registered nurses in out-patient oncology settings in Canada. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69 (7), 1574-83.

  • Theoretical Basis of Nursing Practice & Inquiry
  • Nursing Practicum: Experiencing Chronicity
  • Nursing Theory: Experiencing Chronicity
  • Nursing Ethics