Katrina Plamondon RN, BN, MSc
Current Positions and Affiliations:
- Regional Practice Leader, Research and Knowledge Translation, Professional Practice Office, Interior Health
- Adjunct Professor, School of Nursing,
Faculty of Health and Social Development, UBC Okanagan
- Clinical Associate, Community Health & Epidemiology, School of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
- PhD Student, Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies, UBC Okanagan, Frederick Banting & Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholar
Areas of Research Interest:
- Population health, global health (globalization/global policy and health), harm reduction
- Knowledge translation, evidence-informed practice
- Action research
Current Research Related to the Institute's Priorities:
- Exploring Perceptions of New Governance Structures for Nurse practitioners in Interior Health
- PhD research: For research aimed at addressing health inequities, how is (and should) relationally be practiced in knowledge-to-action work?
- Enhancing the use of evidence among fronting nurses in Interior Health: The evidence-informed practice Innovations (EVIP-In) study
Publications and Reports:
Oelke, N., Plamondon, K., & Mendel, D. (2016). Using dialogic methods as a participatory knowledge translation approach to promote integration of nurse practitioners in primary healthcare settings. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership (Manuscript accepted for publication).
Plamondon, K. M.,Bottorff, J. L., & Cole, D. C. (2015). Analyzing Data Generated Through Deliberative Dialogue Bringing Knowledge Translation Into Qualitative Analysis. Qualitative Health Research, doi: 1049732315581603.
Plamondon, K., Ronquillo, C., Axen, L., Black, A., Cummings, L., Chakraborty, B. (A 2013). Bridging research and practice through the Nursing Research Facilitator Program in British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership 26(4): 32-43.
Last reviewed 9/6/2016 4:05:51 PM
Regional Practice Leader, Research and Knowledge Translation
Professional Practice Office, Interior Health
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