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About Dr. Lisa Afams

CONTACT PROFESSOR Lisa Adams (PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT)

EMAIL: lyadams@ualberta.ca

VOICE: 709-895-0023

LINK TO: Lisa Y. Adams CV

Workplace Mental Health for Nurses and Health Care Professionals:

American Journal of Nursing, Book of the Year Awards 2014

I am very passionate about and do a great deal of public speaking on the topic of workplace mental health; which mirrors the contents of my book being published by Springer Publishing in July, 2014 titled "Workplace Mental Health for Nurse Managers". Message me please if you would like to find out more information.

 

Employment

September 5, 2014-Present- Clinical Instructor, N435, LPN-BN Bridging Students, Mental Health clinical rotation (Royal Alexandria Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta). Athabasca University (Contractual).

August 31, 2014- Present- Clinical Instructor,BScN (Year 1 Foundations of Nursing Clinical-Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital- Medicine) and Psychiatric Nursing Program (Year 3- Mental Health Preceptorship - Grey Nuns Hospital, Housing Diversion Program, Diversion Team, CUUST, ACT Team, &Geriatric Consultation Services- Alberta Health Services), MacEwan University (1 Year Sessional Contract).

May 1- May 30, 2014- Clinical Instructor, Psychiatric Nursing Program, Royal Alexandria Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta. Sessional-MacEwanUniversity.

January 30, 2014- April, 2014 – Police Studies Coordinator, Faculty of Sociology, Memorial University of NL. Faculty of Arts Dean Appointment, Part time temporary.

August/12- August 31/14- Present- Course Writer- Psychiatric Nursing Program. MacEwan University. Contractual.

December/11- April/14- Mental Health & Addictions Consultant- Ministry of Health, Governmentof Newfoundland & Labrador. Temporary Full time.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles

1) Ricciardelli, R. & Adams, L. (2014). Disability Incarcerated: Imprisonment and Disability in the United States and Canada (320 pages; Palgrave Macmillan). British Journal of Criminology. Edited by Liat Ben-Moshe, Chris Chapman and Allison C. Carey with a foreword by Angela Y. Davis. In Press.

2) Adams, L., Koop, P., Norris, C.& Kwan, H. (2014). A population based study of the use of acute health care services by seniors with and without mental illness diagnoses.Journal of Psychosocial and Mental Health Nursing. In Press.

3) Ricciardelli, R. & Adams, L. (2014). The Art of Imprisonment. Book Review.
Asian Journal of Criminology.In Press.

4) Adams, L. (2012). Eastern Health’s patient advisory council for cancer care. CIHR’s Citizen Engagement in Health Casebook, April, 75-82.

5) Maddelena, V., Kearney, A., & Adams, L. (2012). Quality of Worklife of Novice Nurses: A Qualitative Exploration. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 28(2), 74-79.

6) Adams, L. (2010). Workplace bullying in healthcare settings. Risk Management in Canadian Healthcare, 12(4), 41-46.

Peer Reviewed Articles in Progress

1) Adams, L. (2014). Nurses' moral distress with psychiatric patients who smoke: Kant’s teachings, Nursing Ethics. Submitted for publication (NE-12-0103).

2) Adams, L. (2014). Peplau’s contributions to nursing knowledge. Nursing Science Quarterly,Acceptedfor publication. (NSQ-13-0024).

3) Adams, L. & Watson, J. (2015). The antithesis of caring in the nursing profession. 

4) Adams, L., Foisey-Doll, C. & Coulson, I. (2015). The pedagogy of simulation learning for 1st Year BScN. students.

Non-Peer Reviewed Articles

1) Adams, L. (2013). Knowledge translation: Research and practice. Connections,January-March (2), 5.

2) Adams, L. (2013). How quickly we forget. NLNPEA Newsletter, 5, 1-4.

3) Clarke, L (1999). Research: The Epidemiology of Traumatic Head Injuries in
Newfoundland: 1992-1998, Surgery Program Newsletter, 7, Newfoundland: Health Care Corporation of St. John’s.

Peer Reviewed Published Documents/Policies

1) Adams, L., Wheeler-Walsh, C., Bishop, W., Hackett, C., Brown, K. et al. (2014). Standards of practice and clinical guidelines for Concurrent Disorders. St. John’s, NL: Queen’s Printer. (Scheduled for printing March, 2015- currently being peer reviewed by mental health and addiction professionals/leaders).

2) Adams, L., Wheeler-Walsh, C., Bishop, W., Brown, K., Coombs, T., et al. (2014). Standards of practice and clinical guidelines for Withdrawal Management. St. John’s, NL: Queen’s Printer. (Scheduled for printing March, 2015- currently being peer reviewed by mental health and addiction professionals/leaders provincially and nationally).

3) Adams, L., Wheeler-Walsh, C., Bishop, W., Brown, K., Coombs, T., et al. (2014). Standards of practice and clinical guidelines for Addiction Disorders. St. John’s, NL: Queen’s Printer. (Scheduled for printing March, 2015- currently being peer reviewed by mental health and addiction professionals/leaders).

4) ARNNL Leadership Strategy Advisory Committee (2007). Nursing Leadership Strategy Vision to Action. Retrieved from
http://www.arnnl.ca/documents/pages/ARNNL_Nursing_Leadership_Strategy.pdf

5) Clarke, L. (1999). A descriptive study of head injury discharges in Newfoundland: 1992- 1998: A Pilot Project. In The Development of a brain injury resource kit for educators, administrators and students for brain injuries in Newfoundland. Newfoundland: The Newfoundland Brain Injury Association.

Book/s Authored/Co-authored

1) Adams, L. (2015). Workplace Mental Health for Nurse Managers. New York, New York:
Springer Publishing.

Book/s/Manuals Edited

1) Adams, L. (2014). Looking Beyond the Hurt: A Service Provider's Guide to Elder Abuse (2nd
Ed.). St. John’s, NL: Seniors’ Resource Centre.

Book Chapters Authored/Co-authored

1) Ricciardelli, R., Crichton, H., & Adams, L. (2014).Stuck: Conditions of Canadian Confinement, in Mathieu Deflem(ed.) Punishment and Incarceration: A Global Perspective (Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, Volume 19) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.95 – 120.

Developed and Published Technology Resources/Websites

1) Adams, L. (2013). Newfoundland and Labrador Gerontological Nurses Association Website.
www.nlgna.ca

2) Adams, L. (2012). Computer Application Assessment tool for Seniors with Mental Illness.
Patent plans pending.

3) Adams, L. & Greene, S. (2010). Cameron Inquiry Database Platform. Eastern Health.

4) Canadian Mental Health Association (2009). Seniors and depression: An Educational Video.
http://www.cmhanl.ca/seniorsdepression/seniorsdepression.htm

5) Adams, L. (2006). Nursing Education and Research Council Website. Eastern Health.

Academic Curriculum Development

1) Adams, L. (2014). Psychiatric nursing course curriculum: Community Mental Health Nursing. Currently being peer reviewed by the Psychiatric nursing faculty at MacEwan University and MacEwan University's Quality Council for adoption, publication and distribution.

Unit 1: The role of the community psychiatric/mental health nurse
Unit 2: Models of care and delivery
Unit 3: Contemporary issues and priorities
Unit 4: Cultural diversity

2) Adams, L. (2013).Psychiatric nursing course curriculum: Current trends in psychiatric/mental health nursing. Currently being peer reviewed by the Psychiatric nursing faculty at MacEwan University and MacEwan University's Quality Council for adoption, publication and distribution.

Unit 1: Seniors Mental Health and Addictions Trends
Unit 2: Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions Trends
Unit 3: Addictions Trends
Unit 4: Service Delivery Models for the mentally-ill

3) Adams, L. (2013). Psychiatric nursing course curriculum: Mental health and the Law. Currently being peer reviewed by the Psychiatric nursing faculty at MacEwan University and MacEwan University’s Quality Council for adoption, publication and distribution.

Unit 1: The impact of legislation on clients and psychiatric nursing practice

Unit 2: The impact of nursing practice when clients with mental illness Interface with the law

Unit 3: Nursing standards of practice in forensic nursing

Unit 4: Issues and rights for mentally-ill clients intersecting with the law (In progress)

Unit 5: Ethical, legal and regulatory issues for psychiatric nurses in practice (In progress)

4) Adams, L. (2012). Psychiatric nursing course curriculum: Leadership for psychiatric nurses. Currently being peer reviewed by the Psychiatric Nursing Faculty at MacEwan University and MacEwan University’s Quality Council for adoption, publication and distribution.

Unit 1: The Theoretical and Philosophical Underpinnings of Nursing Leadership
Unit 2: The Utilization of Management and Leadership
Unit 3: Effective Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Leadership
Unit 4: Characteristics of Effective Nurse Leaders
Unit 5: Creating a Healthy Workplace Environment

 

Peer-Reviewed Presentations

1) Adams, L. (2015). Workplace mental health for nurses. Nursing Practice Council, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, February 12, 2015.

2) Adams, L. (2013). Addressing the service gap for seniors with mental illness using technology. PriFor 2013 Conference. Oral presentation, November, 2013.

3) Adams, L. (2013). A population based study of the use of acute health care services by seniors with and without mental illness diagnoses. Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association Annual Conference.Vancouver, British Columbia, June 2-4, 2013.

4) Adams, L. (2013). Psychological Standard of Workplace Mental Health.Memorial University’s Mental Health Summit conference. April 29, 2013.

5) Adams, L. (2013). Workplace mental health.MemorialUniversity’s Mental Health Summit Conference, April 29, 2013.

6) Adams, L. (2013). Panellist for workplace mental health.Memorial
University’s Mental Health Summit Conference, April 29, 2013.

7) Adams, L. (2012). The use of acute hospital services by seniors with and without mental illness diagnoses: A quantitative exploration. Canadian Coalition for Senior’s Mental Health/Canadian Academy of Geriatric Psychiatry Conference. Banff, Alberta, September 21, 2012.

8) Adams, L. (2012). Workplace bullying among nurses: An occupational liability. Conference presentation: Newfoundland’s 2012 Nursing Leadership Conference. St. John’s, NL, April 23, 2012.

9) Adams, L. (2011). The use of acute health care services by mentally-ill seniors of NL: A quantitative investigation. Conference presentation for PriFor 2011: The Primary Healthcare Partnership Forum, Memorial University of Newfoundland, December 1, 2011.

10) Maddelena, V., Kearney, A., & Adams, L. (2010). Novice Nurse Study. Oral Presentation, June 8, 2010. CNA Biennial Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

11) Adams, L. (2010). Lessons Learned on Patient Disclosure- A case study. Oral presentation June 8-10, 2010, The Canadian College of Health Services Executives’ National Leadership Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

12) Adams, L. (2009). Workplace Bullying: The Silent Epidemic. Oral presentation, June 2nd, 2009, The Canadian College of Health Services
Executives’ National Leadership Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

13) Adams, L. (2008). A systematic literature review of mental illness in Canada’s seniors. Memoria lUniversity’s Collaborative Research Day, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Sept.27th, 2008.

14) Adams, L. (2008). A systematic literature review of mental illness in Canada’s seniors.Presented for Eastern Health’s Annual Nursing Research Symposium, May 9th, 2008.

15) Adams, L. (2007). A systematic literature review of mental illness in Canada’s seniors. Presented for the Canadian Coalition of Seniors Mental Health Annual Conference in September 24 & 25, 2007 in Mississauga, Ontario.

16) Adams, L. (2007). “All about me” program. Presented for the Eastern Health Regional Authority’s Geriatric Psychiatry Education Day. Health Sciences Center, Nov.19, 2007.

17) Adams, L. (2006). The epidemiology of traumatic head injuries
in Newfoundland and Labrador. Nursing Research Day, Memorial University.

18) Clarke, L. (2001). Poster Presentation- The 32nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, Canadian Neurosciences Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

19) Clarke, L. (2001). A descriptive study of traumatic head injury discharges in
Newfoundland: 1985-99. Poster Presentation: MUN Faculty of Medicine, Scientific Day, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

20) Clarke, L. (2001). A descriptive study of traumatic head injury discharges in Newfoundland: 1985-99.Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses 32nd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Profile Information

Job Title
Consultant
School
MacEwan University & Athabasca University
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Mental health
Nursing
Administrative research
Seniors
Workplace mental health and respect

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At 2:01am on October 7, 2015, Sudhir K Samantaray said…

I am glad,...congrats for 

Workplace Mental Health for Nurses and Health Care Professionals:

American Journal of Nursing, Book of the Year Awards 2014, with best wishes and regards

 
 
 

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