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L to R: Janice Feather, Sanja Visekruna, and Candice McTavish

Dr. McGillis Hall’s work falls within the field of nursing health services research. She lectures in the area of nursing services administration and research. She was affiliated with the Collaborative Program in Health Services and Policy Research offered through the Ontario Training Centre in Health Services and Policy Research. Dr. McGillis Hall has recently taught two graduate courses in the area of nursing health services and management science: NUR 1062 and NUR 1064. She also taught the doctoral seminar course, NUR 1081.

Courses Taught

Currently Taught: Advanced Concepts in Leadership and Administration – NUR 1161H

July 5, 2019 | Marian NUR 1162H builds on the content of 1152H; through this course, students will be able to expand their insights and skiills related to leadership and administration. Read More

Leading and Managing Effective Health Care Teams – NUR 1152H

July 5, 2019 | Marian In NUR 1152H, students are introduced to the basic concepts needed to engage in evidence-informed leadership and administrative practice in health services. Read More

Advanced Nursing Practice Scholarship – NUR 1069Y

July 5, 2019 | Marian NUR 1072Y is offered in the final term of the MN program. Students have the opportunity to integrate all they have learned to date. Read More

Previously Taught: PhD Student Seminars – NUR 1081

July 13, 2016 | Website Admin The PhD Student Seminars are an important and integral aspect of the preparation of doctoral students in the Graduate Department of Nursing Science. Read More

Behaviour in Health Care Organizations – NUR 1064

July 12, 2016 | Website Admin This core course in the graduate program examined a variety of theories and concepts aimed at understanding the behaviour of individuals and groups in health care organizations. Read More

Measuring Nursing Care Effectiveness: Economic and Financial Perspectives – NUR 1062

July 12, 2016 | Website Admin This graduate level elective course explored selected economic and accounting theories and concepts aimed at understanding nursing financial performance and nursing care effectiveness in the health care system. Read More

Doctoral Students


Alexandra Harris

June 29, 2018 | Website Admin Defended June 2018 Thesis: An Exploratory Case Study of Nursing Intellectual Capital and Hospital Performance Read More

Sanja Visekruna

July 10, 2016 | Website Admin Defended: January 2020 Thesis: Health Need, Demand and Cost Burden of Type 1 Diabetes Health Technologies on Families Read More

Janice Feather

July 1, 2016 | Website Admin Defended: June 2020 Thesis: Organizational citizenship behaviours: A relational perspective on the contribution of the critical care nursing workforce to patient safety and quality care Read More

In Progress

Candice McTavish

July 1, 2016 | Website Admin Current Status: Entered PhD September 2015

Candice McTavish is a second year doctoral student at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Western University in 2007 and a Master of Nursing at the University of Toronto in 2012.  Read More



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