Director of CAIT

Carole-Lynne Le Navenec RN, PhD

  • (up until August 1, 2014) Associate Professor
  • Faculty of Nursing, University of Calgary, Canada

Teaching

  • Courses taught during Winter 2014
    • W2014 - NURS 599 - Integrating Nursing Roles and Practices VI
    • LAB 7 T 16:00 - 18:30 PF 2255

Web Links

  • See PUBLICATION List in Dr. Le Navenec’s profile on the University of Calgary website: Carole-Lynne Le Navenec
  • Recent publications (2020), which may not yet be on the University of Calgary website list. Note - The University of Calgary no longer lists Faculty publications because it discontinued its ties with the (Summon) company:
    • Briks, A. L., Wiebe, M. L., Hirst, S. P., Freeman-Cruz, E. A., Le Navenec, C.-L. M., & Groeneweg, G. (2020). Drawn Together Through Group Art Therapy: Intervention Responses of Adults With a Traumatic Brain Injury. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 54(3), 349-387.

      Retrieved from: Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy

    • Hirst, S., Stares, R., & Le Navenec, C. (2020). Social entrepreneurship education within post-secondary institutions. Papers on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching (PPLT), 4, 76-84.

      Retrieved from: Papers on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching

  • Carole-Lynne Le Navenec is Editor-in-Chief of an online, open access peer reviewed journal: International Journal of Nursing Student Scholarship
  • University of Calgary listing of Publications
  • Previous Research and Scholarship Committee Chairperson, and Editor, AAGmag (quarterly newsletter of Alberta Association on Gerontology: www.albertaaging.ca)
  • Board Member (Member at large), International Association on Sociology (ISA), Research Group #11- Aging

Other Scholarly Involvements

  • Canadian Liaison for Pass It On Network, Music in Medicine HEAR project (for info contact: janinehopkins@ahs.ca

Research Interests

  • Families & Chronic Illness
  • Gerontological Nursing - Indicators of Quality of Care/Quality of Life
  • Using Music, Art, Dance/Movement and related Creative Arts approaches to promote health and/or foster healing among adults with any type of illness or injury

Degrees

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