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Faculty of Community Services

Donald Rose

Title:

PhD, MN, BScN

Telephone:

416-979-5000, ext. 556324

Email Address:

donrose@ryerson.ca

Biography:

Don Rose is an associate professor in, and former director of, the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing. He has held several positions in clinical practice, administration and education. His research foci include nursing ethics, issues in forensic/mental health nursing, and evaluating the use of technology/simulation in nursing curriculum. Current research studies include: work-life issues in correctional nursing, an intervention study examining “near misses” in mental health, nursing and medical students’ skill acquisition and proficiency using simulation and an evaluation study of support and housing programs for persons with serious mental illness in Northeast Ontario. Most recently, he completed a provincial study across 14 universities with senior nursing students, faculty and alumni examining how caring is taught and enacted in practice settings. Dr. Rose currently teaches in the undergraduate programs. He also acts as a faculty advisor to graduate students and is involved in graduate student supervision at the Masters and PhD levels.  At the 44th Biennial Convention (November 1, 2017), Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma), Don was elected as the Region 10 Coordinator for the 2017-2019 Biennium.

Research Interests:

Research interests:

  • Nursing ethics
  • Issues in forensic/mental health nursing
  • Evaluating the use of technology/simulation in nursing curriculum
  • Caring Science

Research projects:

2015-2018 Mallette, C., Rose, D. (Co-PIs),  Poole, K., Byrne, C., Ormiston, A. (CI’s). Exploring Caring in Ontario Nursing Curricula: A Provincial Education Initiative. $100,000.00 funding from AMS Phoenix Inc.

2016-2017 Schindel Martin, L. (Co-PI), Woo, P. (Co-PI), Co-Investigators: Cowan, D., McLelland, V., Miller, P., Newman, K., Rose, D.; Student Investigators: Ashbourne, J., Ashley, M., Julian, P., McNee, M., Vieira Zamora, F. A Pilot Study of an Innovative Online Dementia Education Intervention for Multi-disciplinary Senior Post-Secondary Health Care Students in Ontario. $24,989.00 from Retired Teachers of Ontario Foundation and Cash & $12,335.00 from In-Kind Social Service Enterprise Funding: Advanced Gerontological Education (AGE)

2015-2017 Beanlands, H.  (PI), McCay, E.  (Co- PI), Co-Investigators: Fredericks, S., Newman, K., Santa Mina, E., Schindel Martin, L., Schwind, J., Sidani, S., & Rose, D. Developing Capacity for Patient-centered care in Nursing Students: Implementing and Evaluating an Evidence Based Intervention to Decrease Stress and Support Emotional Well-being. $17,938.50 USD from National League for Nursing, Nursing Education Research Grant. Nancy Langston Award

2015-2016 Mallette, C., Rose, D. (Co-PIs), Andrusyszyn, M.A., Byrne, C., Johnston, L., Larocque, S., McCullough, K., Medves, J., Patrick, L., Poole, K., Prentice, D., Smye, V., Sword, W., Woodend, K. (CI’s). Exploring Caring in Ontario Nursing Curricula: A Provincial Education Initiative. $100,000.00 funding from AMS Phoenix Inc.

2015-2016 Santa Mina, E. (P.I.), Co-Investigators: Vahabi, M., McCay, E., Rose, DChinese and South Asian Immigrant Post-Secondary Students: Experiences, Understandings and Indicators of Mental Health, Mental Health Care Seeking Behaviour, and Culturally-Informed Services. $9,713.60 from Partnership for Change: The RBC Immigrant, Diversity and Inclusion Project

2015-2016 Santa Mina, E. (P.I.), Co-Investigators: McCay, E., & Rose, DNurses who Work in Non-Mental Health Settings: Their Attitudes, Beliefs and Perspectives of Competency To Assess and Care for Patients with Mental Health Needs. $3,000 from RNAO Nursing Research Interest Group

2013-2014 Tregunno, D., Luctkar-Flude, M., Sears, K., & Medves, J. (PI’s) Co-Investigators: Andrusyszyn, M-A., Carter, L., Coffey, S., Donato, E., Holmes, D., Mallette, C., Patrick, L., Poole, K., Prentice, D., Rose, D., Tompkins C., Woodend, K. Enhancing Registered Nurse Job Readiness and Patient Safety Outcomes through Clinical Simulation. $5,574,909 from Ministry of Training, Colleges, and UniversitiesProductivity and Innovation Fund

Current Courses:

Don Rose currently teaches in the undergraduate program. He also acts as a faculty advisor to graduate students and is involved in Masters and PhD student supervision.

Selected Publications:

Journal articles:

Mallette, C., Rose, D., Ormiston, Reich, J., & Poole, K. (June 2018). Portrayal of caring nursing practices through qualitative research and poetry. Submitted to Education Today.

Beanlands, H., McCay, E. Fredericks, S. Newman, K., Rose, D., Santa Mina, E., Schindel Martin, L. Schwind, J., Sidani, S., Aiello, A., & Wang, A (2018). Implementing and evaluating an evidence-based intervention to decrease stress and support emotional well-being among senior nursing students. Submitted to Nursing Education Perspectives.

Almost, J., Doran, D., Ogilvie, L., Miller, C., Kennedy, S., Timmings, C., Rose, D. N., Squires, M., Carryer, J., McShane, J., & Miller, K. (2017). Implementing an educational intervention to optimize the practice of correctional nurses: A feasibility study. Submitted to Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing.

Almost, J., Gifford, W. A., Doran, D., Ogilvie, L., Miller, C., Rose, D. N., & Squires, M. (2013). Correctional nursing: a study protocol to develop an educational intervention to optimize nursing practice in a unique context. Implementation Science, 8(71), 1-6. DOI: 10.1186/1748-5908-8-71

Almost, J., Doran, D., Ogilvie, L., Miller, C., Kennedy, S., Timmings, C., Rose, D. N., Squires, M., Lee, C. T., & Bookey-Bassett, S., (2013). Exploring Worklife Issues in Provincial Corrections Settings. Journal of Forensic Nursing 9(1): 3-13.

Jeffs L, Sidani S, Rose D, Espin S, Smith O, Martin K, Byer C, Fu K, Ferris E. (2013). Using Theory and Evidence to Drive Measurement of Patient, Nurse, and Organizational Outcomes of Professional Nursing Practice. International Journal of Nursing Practice 19(2): 141-148.

Jeffs, L., Beswick, S., Martin, K., Campbell, H., Rose, D. N. & Ferris, E. (2012). Quality nursing care and opportunities for improvement insights from patients and family members. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. DOI: 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e318267d189: 1-9.

Jeffs, L., Rose, D., MacRae, C., Maione, M., & MacMillan, K. (2012). What near misses tell us about risk and safety in mental health care. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 19: 430–437.

Walsh, C., M., Rose, D., Dubrowski,A., Ling, S., C., Grierson, L., E., M., Backstein, D., and Carnahan, H. (2011). Learning in the Simulated Setting: A Comparison of Expert-, Peer-, and Computer-Assisted Learning. Academic Medicine, 86(10), S12-S16.

Rose, D., Peter, E., Gallop, R., Angus, J., & Liaschenko, J. (2011). Exploring the concept of respect in forensic psychiatric nursing: A focused ethnography. Journal of Forensic Nursing 7(1), 3-16.

Brydges, R., Carnahan, H., Rose, D., & Dubrowski, A. (2010). Comparison of proficiency based and self-guided training approaches for learning intravenous catheterization using simulation: Evaluation with baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66:1832–1844.

Brydges R., Carnahan H., Rose D., Rose L. & Dubrowski A. (2010) Coordinating progressive levels of simulation fidelity to maximize educational benefit manuscript submitted for publication. Academic Medicine 85(5), 806–812.

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings (Peer-reviewed)

Poole, K. Rose, D., & Mallette, C. Can transforming caring pedagogy in nursing education positively influence the patient experience? International Association for Human Caring Conference. May 30 - June 1, 2018, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

Mallette, C., Rose, D., & Poole, K. Caring pedagogy to foster the growth and development of professional caring in students. Canadian Nursing Education Conference: Canadian Association of Nursing Schools. May 28-29, 2018. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Rose, D., Mallette, C., & Poole, K. Knowing, Being, and Doing: Understanding caring in nursing education and practice. Sigma Theta Tau International Region 10 Conference March 23-24, 2018, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA.

Beanlands, H., McCay, E. Fredericks, S. Newman, K., Rose, D., Santa Mina, E., Schindel Martin, L. Schwind, J., Sidani, S., Aiello, A., Wang, A. H., & Danaher, A. Developing capacity for patient-centered care in nursing students: Implementing and evaluating an evidence based intervention to decrease stress and support emotional well-being. Sigma Theta Tau International, Region 10 Conference, March 23-24, 2018, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA.

Mallette, C., Rose, D., & Poole, K. Bridging the Gap between Academia and Practice: Facilitators and Barriers to Providing Better Quality Compassionate Care Together. Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario (NLN.ON) March 22-23, 2018. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Schindel Martin, L., Woo, P., Cowan, D., McLelland, V., Newman, K., Rose, D., Miller, P., Ashbourne, J., Ashley, M., Julian, P., McNee, M., Vieira Zamora, F. Responsive behavior: Meeting the learning needs of inter-professional post-secondary healthcare students. 9th Annual Canadian Conference on Dementia, November 2-4, 2017. Toronto, Ontario. This oral presentation was selected as one of only five papers to be presented from all conference abstract submissions.

Schindel Martin, L., Woo, T., Cowan, D., McLelland, V., Miller, P., Newman, K., Rose, D., Ashbourne, J., Ashley, M., Julian, P., McNee, M., Vieira Zamora, F., Bliss, M., Boucher, P. Evaluating the eLearning format of the Gentle Persuasive Approaches dementia education curriculum with interprofessional post-secondary healthcare students. 46th Annual Scientific and Education Meeting of the CAG, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 19-21, 2017.

Mallette, C., Rose, D., & Poole., K. The transformation of knowledge and practice as Undergraduate Baccalaureate Nursing Students Actualize Caring. Sigma Theta Tau International 28th International Research Conference, Dublin, Ireland. July 27, 2017.

Rose, D., Mallette, C., Poole, K., Byrne, C. & Ormistom, A. Transforming Caring Practices in Nursing Students and Beyond. Global Alliance for Leadership in Nursing Education and Science 3rd International Conference. Miami, Florida, USA, April 4, 2017.

Boldt, I., McCay, E., Rose, D., & Schwind, J. Describing the Recovery Experiences of Not Criminally Responsible Clients Living in the Community. International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS) Conference. New York City, USA, June 22, 2016.

Santa Mina, E., McCay, E., Rose, D., & Hamer, B. Evidence Based Practices in Suicide Risk Assessment that Promote Safety and Reduce Stigma: A mixed methods study to evaluate guideline recommendation implementation. Waypoint Research Institute 4th Annual Conference. Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Mental Health & Addictions. Penetanguishene, Ontario, May 18, 2016.

Rose, D., Purdy, N., Legrow, K., Maraso, G., Mastrilli, P., Gaudet, J., Evans, S., Kinchlea, R., Ellis, K., & Connell, M. A Collaborative approach to curriculum redevelopment: Preparing nurses for 2020 and beyond. Canadian Nursing Education Conference: Expanding Horizons in Nursing Education. Toronto, Ontario, May 31, 2016.

Mallette, C., Rose, D., Byrne, C., Ormiston, A., & Poole, K. Exploring Caring in Nursing Curricula in Ontario: A Provincial Nursing Education Initiative. Canadian Nursing Education Conference: Expanding Horizons in Nursing Education. Toronto, Ontario, May 31, 2016.

Rose D. & Purdy, N. “Explore a Career in Nursing: Consider the impact a nurse could make in the lives of patients and families”. Hospital for Sick Children. Toronto, Ontario, September 20, 2015.

Invited Non-Refereed Contributions

Rose, D. Welcome to Sigma: Brief Introduction to the Global Organization of Choice for Nursing. Lambda Pi -at- Large Induction Ceremony, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. December 11, 2017. [Oral].

Rose, D., Mallette, C., Poole, K., Byrne, C. & Ormistom, A. Actualizing Caring in Baccalaureate Nursing Students. AMS Phoenix 2017 Invitational Conference and Workshop. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 17, 2017. [Oral].

Beanlands, H., McCay, E., Fredericks, S., Newman, K., Santa Mina, E., Schindel Martin, L., Schwind, J., Sidani, S., Rose, D., Aiello, A., Lynch, J., Wang, A., Danaher, A. Developing capacity for patient-centered care in nursing students: Implementing and evaluating an evidence based intervention to decrease stress and support emotional well-being. Faculty Achievement Event, Faculty of Community Services, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. April 6, 2017. [Poster].

Poster Presentations in Conference Proceedings (Peer-reviewed)

Schindel Martin, L., Woo, P., Cowan, D., McLelland, V., Newman, K., Rose, D., Miller, P., Ashbourne, J., Ashley, M., Julian, P., McNee, M., Vieira Zamora, F. Responsive behavior: Meeting the learning needs of inter-professional post-secondary healthcare students. 9th Annual Canadian Conference on Dementia, November 2-4, 2017. Toronto, Ontario.

Presentation Abstracts (Accepted)

Santa Mina, E., Rose, D., Espin, S., & Vahabi, M. Best Practice Guideline Integration within Canadian Nursing Curricula: Mapping the Science of Implementation. Guidelines International Network (G-I-N). September 11-14, 2018. Manchester, United Kingdom.

Mallette, C. Rose, D., & Poole, K. Caring pedagogy to foster the growth and development of professional caring in students. Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET) 2018 Conference. September 4 - 6, 2018. Churchill College Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Professional Affiliations:

  • COUPN-AMS Quality Compassionate Caring Award, April 25, 2018
  • International Journal of Forensic Nursing Writing Award, October 11, 2012.

Position Currently Held:

Associate Professor

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  • DCC-579-B, Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex