Providence Health Care
Professional Practice Office
Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation
409G - 1190 Hornby St.
- BSN (Nursing), University of Washington
- MPH (Public Health), Simon Fraser University
Affiliations & Links
Honours & Awards
- Sigma Theta Tau International - Evidence Based Practice Award (2017)
- BC Health Care Awards - Award of Merit - Top Innovation - Affiliate (2016)
- Association of Registered Nurses of BC - Innovation in Nursing Award (2016)
- College of Registered Nurses of BC Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice (2013)
- Referee: Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership; Health Promotion Practice; Health Research Policy and Systems; Journal of Clinical Nursing.
- Peer Review Committee Member: CIHR Knowledge to Action Grant, 2014-16; CIHR Partnerships for Health Systems Improvement Grant 2015
- Board of Directors, Association of Registered Nurses of BC, 2017-2019
Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed
Black, A, Strain, K, Wallsworth, C, Charlton, S, Chang, W, McNamee, K, Hamilton, C. (2018, April). What Constitutes Meaningful Engagement for Patients and Families as Partners on Research Teams? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. DOI: 10.1177/1355819618762960
Frisch, N., Atherton, P., Borycki, E., Michelson, G., Black, A., Novak Lauscher, H., Cordeiro, J. (2017). Expanding the Reach of Continuing Educational Offerings Through a Web-Based Virtual Network: The Experience of InspireNet. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics: Vol 234.
Black, A, Bungay, V, Mackay, M, Balneaves, L, Garossino, C. (2016). Understanding Mentorship in a Research Training Program for Point-of-Care Clinicians. Journal of Nursing Administration: 46(9).
Johnson, F., Black, A.T. and Koh, JC. (2016). Practice-based Research Program Promotes Dietitians’ Participation in Research. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research: Vol 77 (1).
Charlton, S., Parsons, S., Strain, K., Black, A.T, Garossino, C. and Heppell, L. (2015). Patient and Family Partner Involvement in Staff Interviews: Designing, implementing, and evaluating a new hiring process. Patient Experience Journal: Vol 2 (2).
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.
Assist with student projects and work in collaboration with UBC School of Nursing faculty on research projects.
Poster presentation at Quality Forum. "Research Training for Point-of-Care Clinicians: A successful intervention to promote evidence-informed practice."
Oral presentation at the Sigma Theta Tau (Honor Society of Nursing) Chapters Consortium Event. "Nursing Research at the Bedside: The Practice-based Research Challenge"
Oral presentation at the National Health Leadership Conference. "Bringing reserach tot he bedside: The Practice-based Research Challenge"
Oral presentation at the UBC School of Nursing Graduate Student Symposium. "Bringing Research to the Bedside: An academic-practice partnership that leads to real-life solutions"
Poster presentation at Quality Forum 2014. “Creating a Culture of Quality: Research Facilitators Bridge Research and Practice to Make a Difference”
Panel presentation at Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing conference. "The PHC Practice-based Research Challenge."
Poster presentation at Quality Forum 2013. Practice-based Research: Theory, Structure and Preliminary Findings from the Providence Health Care Research Challenge.
ePoster presentation at Connect: 2012. The PHC Practice-based Care Research Challenge.
Oral presentation at the Canadian Nurses Association Convention: “Bridging Practice and Research: The BC Nursing Research Facilitator Program.”
Electronic poster presentation at eHealth 2012 conference: “Evaluation of a Webinar-based Education Strategy to Engage Nurses and Support Practice.”
Poster presentation at the BC Nursing Union annual conference: “Promoting Evidence in Practice: The Practice-based and Point of Care Research Challenge”
Oral presentation at Ethel Johns Nursing Research Forum: “Evaluation of a Webinar-based Education Strategy to Engage Nurses and Support Practice”
Oral presentation at Ethel Johns Nursing Research Forum: “Promoting Evidence in Practice: The Practice-based and Point of Care Research Challenge”
Panel presentation at Connect 2011: Research Partnerships in Action: Shaping Nursing Health Services in BC, “InspireNet Action Team: Practice-based Research Challenge”
Poster presentation at Canadian Rural Health Research Society. “First Nations & Inuit Health Nursing Workshop: Lessons Learned From Technology-Assisted Evaluations” by Denise Thomas, RN, BSN, Karen A. McColgan, RN(EC), CPM, MSN, Agnes T. Black, RN, MPH
Panel presentation at InspireNet Nursing Research Conference, “Role of the Nursing Research Facilitator.”
Paper presented at the Aboriginal Policy Research Conference, “Aboriginal Women and Cervical Cancer Screening.”
Poster presentation at Public Health conference in LaConner, WA, “Aboriginal Women and Cervical Cancer Screening.”
Poster presentation at BC Cancer Agency Annual Conference, “Aboriginal Women and Cervical Cancer Screening.”
Poster presentation at SFU of findings from practicum project “Aboriginal Women and Cervical Cancer Screening.”
Case Management Presentation to Spokane County Case Managers for Breast & Cervical Health Program, Spokane, WA
Case Management Presentation to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Women’s Health Case Management Conference, New Orleans, LA