Marlene Burrows, MN-NP, NP(F)

Lecturer

Ms. Burrows has held an academic position within the Nurse Practitioner Program for almost 10 years. Her work in the program involves lecturing, clinical assessment, and committee work on student research. She incorporates various teaching methods to encourage student participation and the development of clinical reasoning skills. She has also continued to remain active in clinical practice in the areas of primary care and travel medicine for more than 10 years.

Profile
Research
Publications

Burrows, J., Pylypjuk, C., Burrows, M. & Coolen, J. (2013). Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada Junior Member Committee Survey: Future Career Plans and Practice Patterns of Canadian Obstetrics and Gynaecology Residents in 2011 (Abstract Submitted)

Chee, S., Burrows, M., McCarrell, R., Young, S. (2005). Living anonymous kidney donation: A nursing perspective of a Canadian pilot study. CANNT Journal,15(2), 28

Teaching

Supervisor eligibility: 

  • MN