Peggy Hancock, B.N. (Memorial), M.N. (Athabasca)
Nurse Educator - Nursing
Phone: (709) 784-6704
Maternal/newborn nursing, pathophysiology.
Representative scholarly contributions
Hancock, P., Hull, C., Kennedy, D., & Mahmood, Z. (2019, December 3). Maternal/newborn simulations: Strengthening BN student clinical experiences (oral presentation). Sharing Best Practices in Health Care: Research, Practice, and Education, Corner Brook, NL.
Hancock, P., Kennedy, D., MacDonald, C., MacDonald, S., & Watkins, K. (2019, June 14). Investigating student experiences of incivility at clinical placements: An ethical imperative (oral presentation), 2019 ARCASN Research Conference, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS.
- Tulk, K., Brenton, J.,
Hancock, P., Hynes, S., & O’Brien, K. (2019, April 15). Making the link: Mixed-method exploration of using telehealth to facilitate services related to autism spectrum disorder for families and health care providers in rural areas of western Newfoundland and Labrador (oral presentation), 2019 CADTH Symposium, Edmonton, AB.
- Tulk, K.,
Hancock, P., Hynes, S., Brenton, J., & O’Brien, K. (2019, November 15). Telehealth for autism intervention services (oral presentation), SPOR Summit 2018: Mapping the Progress of Patient-Oriented Research in Canada, Ottawa, ON.
Hancock, P., & Milley, R. (2018, October 15). 'Flipping' the classroom: The "why", "how", and "what" next? Experiences and lessons learned (oral presentation), 2019 ARCASN Research Conference, Sydney, NS.
Hancock, P., & Tulk, K. (2018, May 29). A mixed-method exploration of telehealth for autism services: Making the link (oral presentation), eHealth 2018, Vancouver, BC.
- McCabe, J., Read, T., Moores, P.,
Hancock, P., & Colbourne, P. (2016). Disability in the context of health: Engaging nursing students to deliver health promotion screening and education to Special Olympic Athletes (oral presentation), Canadian Nursing Education Conference: Expanding Horizons in Nursing Education, Toronto, ON.
Current research projects and grants
- I am part of a research team that is investigating the experience of rotational workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- I am co-principal investigator on a study examining nursing student’s perspectives on incivility in clinical practice (received $14,209 funding from various sources).
- I was a member of a research team studying the impact of using telehealth to facilitate autism services for families and healthcare providers in rural western NL (funded with a $43,000 NL Support Grant).