Dr. Dana S. Edge is an Associate Professor in the Queen’s School of Nursing and served as the Graduate Coordinator from 2010-2012. She earned a MSN in primary care from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a doctorate in epidemiology from the University of Toronto, and previously taught in the nursing programs at the University of Calgary, the University of Northern British Columbia, and Memorial University of Newfoundland. She has practiced nursing in six jurisdictions in North America, including Alaska and Labrador.
Her ongoing research interests include rural health, primary care, patient safety in educational settings, cancer and occupational epidemiology, and population health. Recent research endeavours with Queen’s colleagues have examined the prescribing trends of nurse practitioners in Ontario (Tranmer,VanDenKerkhof, Edge, Sears, & Levesque) and the retention of rural nurses in LHIN10 (Medves, Edge, Bisonette, & Stansfield). A major focus of research work since 2007 has been with colleagues from Alberta, Ontario and Quebec examining the effect of disasters on community resiliency (Kulig, Edge, Reimer, Townsend, & Lightfoot).
Contact Dana Edge (tel) 613.533.6000 ext 74765 (email) firstname.lastname@example.org