Farhana Madhani, RN, PhD

Assistant Professor, Nursing

Dr. Farhana Madhani

Office: GLN, 115,
905 688 5550 Extention 5822
fmadhani@brocku.ca

Dr. Farhana Madhani is a registered nurse, academic, researcher, and volunteer. Prior to joining Brock University, she was an Assistant Professor at the Aga Khan University, School of Nursing and Midwifery (AKU-SoNaM) for more than a decade. Dr. Madhani teaches at the undergraduate level and continues to supervise (co-supervisor or supervisory committee) master’s students from AKU-SoNaM and Shifa Tameet-e-Millat, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan. Dr. Madhani has also volunteered to serve as a peer reviewer for various international scientific journals. Dr. Madhani has a Ph.D. in Nursing from McMaster University.

  • Clinical Facilitation and Evaluation
  • Women’s mental health outcomes
  • Gerontological Nursing and Dementia Care
  • Simulation and Decision-Making in Nursing Practice
  • Qualitative Methods
  • College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Canadian Nurses Association
  • Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
  • Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International

Madhani, F., Tompkins, C., Jack, S. M., & Fisher, A. (2015). Participation in micro-finance programmes and women’s mental health in South Asia: A modified systematic review. The Journal of Development Studies, 51(9), 1255-1270. doi: 10.1080/00220388.2015.1036037

Madhani, F., Karmaliani, R., Patel, C., Bann, C. M., Mcclure, E. M, Pasha, O., & Goldenberg, R.L. (2015). Women’s perceptions and experiences of domestic violence an observational study from Hyderabad, Pakistan. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1(25), 76–100. doi: 10.1177/0886260515585533.

Madhani, F., Tompkins, C., Jack, S. M., & Fisher, A. (2014). An Integrative review of the methods used to research the prevalence of violence against women in Pakistan. Advances in Nursing 2014, 1-12. doi:10.1155/2014/801740

Khan, A., Karmaliani, R., Ali, T., Asad, N., & Madhani, F. (2014). Lifetime prevalence of emotional/psychological abuse among qualified female healthcare providers. Sociology Mind, 4, 174-182. doi:10.4236/sm.2014.42017 Asad, N.,

Karmaliani, R., McFarlane, J., Hirani, S., Madhani, F., & Shehzad, S. (2011). Applying community participatory methods to meet women’s mental health needs in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Psychology, 42(1). https://ecommons.aku.edu/pakistan_fhs_son/114 Hirani, S.S.,

Karmaliani, R., McFarlane, J., Asad, N., Madhani, F., & Shehzad, S. (2010). Testing a community derived intervention to promote women’s health: preliminary results of a 3- arm randomized controlled trial in Karachi, Pakistan. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 10(3). https://www.snrs.org/sites/default/files/SOJNR/2010/Vol10Num03Art06.pdf

Hirani, S.S., Karmaliani, R., McFarlane, J., Asad, N., Madhani, F., Shehzad, S., & Ali, N.A. (2010). Development of an economic skill building intervention to promote women’s safety and child development in Karachi, Pakistan. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 31, 82-88. doi.org/10.3109/01612840903254859

Karmaliani, R., McFarlane, J., Asad, N., Madhani, F., Hirani, S., Shehzad, S., & Zaidi, A. (2009). Applying community based participatory research methods to improve maternal and child health in Karachi, Pakistan. Nursing Outlook, 57(4), 204-209. doi.org/10.1016/j.outlook.2009.01.003

Karmaliani, R., Madhani, F., Bann, C. M., Mcclure, E. M, Moss, N., Pasha, O., & Goldenberg, R.L. (2008). Domestic violence prior and during pregnancy among Pakistani women. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica, 87 (11) 1194-1201. doi.org/10.1080/00016340802460263

  • Promoting Mental Health
  • Health Assessment
  • Professional & Therapeutic Communication
  • Care of the Acutely Ill Client
  • Nursing Research
  • Applied Nursing Research