Tag Archives: Research

2024 BSN Summer Student Research Program

Dear bsn students,

If you have not already done so, check out the 2024 BSN Summer Student Research Program. The objective of this program is to strengthen nursing research capacity by providing research training opportunities for undergraduate nursing students at UBC-Vancouver.

Undergraduate research studentships are available to BSN students at the UBC School of Nursing. Selected students will be awarded a 4-week, full-time studentship in August 2024, and will receive a $3,000 stipend. To be considered, students must be full-time students in the UBC BSN program.

Interested BSN students are asked to email their resumé, cover letter, and preferred project(s) to merrilee.hughes@ubc.ca by March 18, 2024.

Click here for more details on the research opportunities

Participants Needed for an Online Study – Enter to Win a $100 Gift Card

Hello BSN students,

The Substance Use and Gambling Lab at the University of Calgary and Healthy Families Lab at the University of British Columbia are running a study about substance use and gambling trends among university students across Canada. All University of British Columbia students are invited to participate in a 15-to-25-minute online survey and enter to win one of four $100 gift cards. You can participate even if you don’t use drugs/substances or gamble.

Follow this link to join the study: https://survey.ucalgary.ca/jfe/form/SV_8ufcigA3cZq6lb8

Want more information? Email mcgrathlab@ucalgary.ca or visit https://www.ucalgary.ca/labs/gamblinglab/participate

This study has been reviewed and approved for ethical compliance by the University of Calgary Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board (REB22-1540).

Participate in Oxford Research on BIPOC First-Generation Student Experiences!

Hello BSN students,
Nawreen Hena is a master’s student at the University of Oxford, currently pursuing studies in Higher Education. As a Canadian and a proud alumna of the University of Alberta, their research reflects their commitments to equitable education practice in Canada. 
Their master’s dissertation focuses on understanding the experiences of BIPOC first-generation students in Canadian U15 institutions, to explore the relationship between institutional practices and their development within the university.
They are seeking participants who meet the following criteria: individuals who identify as a visible minority or Indigenous, are first-generation students without parents or guardians with a university education, and are enrolled in full-time undergraduate study.
They are inviting eligible students to participate in approximately hour-long semi-structured interviews, where they may share reflections on their academic journey and their relationship with the university.
Link to the participant applicant form here: [https://forms.office.com/e/5pwrVPqiF6].

Click Here for poster and Here for more information on participation.

Nursing Students Needed for Research Study on Pressure Injury Prevention and Management in People with Darker Skin Tones

Dear BSN students,

Do you want to make a positive impact on your community? Do you want to improve
your ability to prevent and manage pressure injuries, have the knowledge to care for them, and share your new capabilities with colleagues? You can do all this and have a chance to win 1 of 3 Amazon e-gift cards worth $100 each! We want to know the effectiveness of this newly developed e-learning module in undergraduate nursing students.

Interested or want to learn more about this research study? Click Here.


Self and Collective Care Series Evaluation – Research Project

Dear BSN students,

Elisabeth Bailey, Nassim Adhami, and Research Assistant Dar’ya, are working on a “Self and Collective Care Series” project and they would like your participation. The aim is to explore students’ experiences with the Self & Collective Care Series to improve future delivery of the program and help improve the experiences of future nursing students completing this series.

For more details, click here

Making Qualitative Studies Matter

The Pan-Canadian Nursing Research Methodology Group presents:

Making Qualitative Studies Matter

Date & Time: Monday, June 12, 2023 @ 10-11am PST

Speaker: Dr. Sally Thorne,  PhD, RN, DSc (Hon), FAAN, FCAHS, FCAN, Professor, UBC School of Nursing


  • Jennifer Baumbusch, UBC
  • Vicky Bungay, UBC
  • Nazilla Khanlou, York University
  • Maher M. El-Masri, TMU