Agnes Black, MPH, RN

Adjunct Professor

Providence Health Care
Professional Practice Office
Research Leader, Professional Practice
409G - 1190 Hornby St.
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 2K5

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Publications

Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed

Black, A., Balneaves, L., Garossino, C., Puyat, J. and Qian, H. (2015). Promoting Evidence-Based Practice through a Research Training Program for Point-of-Care Clinicians. Journal of Nursing Administration: 45(1).

Black, A., Balneaves, L.,Garossino, C. (2014). The Practice-based Research Challenge at Providence Health Care. The Canadian Nurse: 110(3).

Frisch, N., Atherton, P., Borycki, E., Mickelson, G., Cordeiro, J., Novak Lauscher, H., and Black, A. Growing a Professional Network: From Zero to over 3,000 members in less than 4 years – the experience of InspireNet, British Columbia’s virtual nursing health services research network. Journal of Medical Internet Research (2014, in press).

Plamondon, K., Ronquillo, C., Axen, L., Black, A., Cummings, L. and Chakraborty, B. (2014). Bridging Research and Practice through the Nursing Research Facilitator Program in British Columbia. Nursing Leadership, 26(4).

Black, A., Clauson, M. & Fraser, S. (2013). Nursing Education and Research Rounds: Evaluation of a Webinar-based Education Strategy to Engage Nurses and Support Practice. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 29(5).

Sondrup, B., Copland, M., Black, A., & Trask, M. (2011). Supporting patient choice: An intervention to promote independent dialysis therapies. Nephrology Nursing Journal, 38(6) 491-497.

Black, A. T.; McCulloch, Anne; Martin, Ruth Elwood; Kan, Lisa. (2011).Young Women and Cervical Cancer Screening: What Barriers Persist? Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 43 (1), 8-21.

Black, A. T. (2009). Aboriginal Women and Cervical Cancer Screening. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 7(2), 157-179.

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