Speaker's Profile

Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler, BSN, MEd, PhD, FAAN

Institutional Affiliation:
University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK Canada

Job Title:
Professor and Assistant Dean, Graduate Studies

Academic Credentials:
BSN, MEd, PhD, FAAN,FAAN

Resume/CVs:

Specialty
Quality Care, Nursing Education

Education:

BSN, 1973, St. Olaf College, Northfield MN, Nursing

MEd, 1984, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, Health Education

PhD, 1994, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH, Nursing

Presentations:

Lepnurm, R., Dobson, R., Stamler, L. L., Persaud, D. & Keegan, D. (2011). “Modeling the Effect of Management on Quality of Care”. Poster, Rising to the Challenge: Relationships, Resources, and Realities, Canadian College of Health Leaders Conference, Whistler, BC, June 4.

 Berry, L.E., Stamler, L., Bilinski, H., Butler, L., Smadu, M., & Woods, P. (2011). “Leading from the inside out and the outside in: Developing a framework for global health initiatives at the University of Saskatchewan”. Paper, Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Academic Leadership Conference, Quebec City, QC, May 2-5.

Stamler, L. L., MacDonald, M., Knibbs, K., Schoenfeld, B., Meagher-Stewart, D., Underwood, J., & Gannon, R. (2009). “Developing Leadership in Public Health Nursing”. Sigma Theta Tau International 40th Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, IN, November 3.

Froude, S., Meagher-Stewart, D., Rasjic, C., Seaman, P., Stamler, L. L., Valitis, R.(2009). “Pandemic Planning: The Role of Schools of Nursing in Disasters”. International Council of Nurses, Durban, South Africa, July 3.

Stamler, L. L., & Butler, L. (2009). “Ethical Recruitment and Migration: Partnerships for Nursing Education Leadership” Paper. Global Alliance for Nursing Education and Scholarship Inaugural Conference, Toronto, ON. October 2.

Publications:

Ganann, R., Underwood, J., Matthews, S., Goodyear, R., Stamler, L. L., Meagher-Stewart, D., Monroe, V. (2010). Leadership Attributes: A Key to Optimal Utilization of the Community Health Nursing Workforce. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 23(2), 60-71.

Stamler, L. L. & Gabriel, A. (2010). Professional failure to thrive – A threat to quality care? Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 23(1), 22-31.

Rukholm, E. E., Stamler, L. L., Talbot, L. R., Bednash, G., Raines, F., Potempa, K., Nugent, P., Macleod Clark, J., Berhauser, S., Parfitt, B. (2009). Scaling up the global nursing health workforce: Contributions of an international organization. Collegian, 16(1), 41-45.

Stamler, L. L. & Yiu, L. (Eds.) (2012). Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective – 3rd ed. Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

Kozier, B., Erb, G., Berman,  A., Snyder, S. J., Bouchal, S. J. R., Hirst, S, Yiu, L., Stamler, L. L., & Buck, M. (Eds.) (2010). Fundamentals of Canadian Nursing Concepts, Process, and Practice. (2nd Canadian Edition). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

Grants and Projects:

2011:   Lepnurm, R. (PI). Managing Quality in Hospitals”. Co-Investigators: Roy Dobson, Lynnette Stamler, David Keegan, David Persaud; Canadian Institutes of Health Research-Saskatchewan Regional Partnerships Program-operating grant, $231,943 - 04/2011 to 03/2012.

2010:   Tung, T., Stamler, L.L., “Practice Patients for Advanced Practice Nursing”. 2010-2011 Provost’s Project Grant for Innovative Practice in Teaching and Learning, $10,000 University of Saskatchewan.

2010:   Lepnurm, R. (PI). “Managing Quality in Hospitals”, Co-Investigators: Roy Dobson, David Keegan, David Persaud, Lynnette Stamler;  Operating grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research-National Priority Announcement-Knowledge Translation to Action,  $100,000 - 04/2010 to 03/2011.         

2009:   Tomblyn-Murphy, G., Dalhousie University, & Lepnurm R.,, University of Saskatchewan (co-PI). “Research to Action: Applied Workplace Solutions for Nurses: Saskatchewan Pilot Project: Improving Patient, Nurse, and Organizational Outcomes Utilizing Formal Nurse-Patient Ratios”. $528,000 over two years,  Health Canada, Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, Ministry of Health of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Health Region,( Co-Investigators: L. L. Stamler, M. Smadu & L. Berry).