Natasha Hubbard Murdoch

bio pic Natasha MurdochNatasha Hubbard Murdoch PhD, MN, BScN, RN
Interprofessional Care Researcher

natasha.hubbardmurdoch@saskpolytech.ca

 

 

 

The interdependence of education and practice has complex effects on patient outcomes. The challenge is to sustain interprofessional partnerships while also seeking opportunities to impact the communities where we live and work.

Profile

Interprofessional collaboration and practice change the nature of care and education. My experiences with teams in oncology, orthopedics and long term care have brought me insights into the philosophies and structures that support interprofessional teams, whether at the bedside or in the “classroom.” I am interested in such things as the organizational culture, the student experience of success, professional development, mentorship, and leadership. The pandemic is a chance for reflection on how we are with each other and how we deliver health and education.

Current work

What is the experience of healthcare profession faculty converting to online learning in Canadian educational institutions during the pandemic? (PI)
Accessing supports: Understanding caregiver experiences (PI)
Advancing Relational Care with Older Adults in Long-Term Care and Assisted Living: an online education intervention for healthcare workers.
The pan-Canadian experience of nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic
The experience of Saskatchewan nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Selected grants

  1. Compton, R., Parmar, J., Craswell, A., Hubbard Murdoch, N., Sattar, S, Hunter, P., Anderson, S., Ottley, K., Lowe, M., Krahn, D., Moorman, M., Kross, R. Advancing Relational Care with Older Adults in Long-Term Care and Assisted Living: an online education intervention for healthcare workers. Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI)/SHRF Spark, 2021.
  2. Hubbard Murdoch, N. Accessing interprofessional supports: The experience of caregiving from within the community. Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing Internal Grant, 2021.
  3. Hubbard Murdoch, N., Boechler, L., Nelson, H. The ethical challenges for frontline health and law enforcement professionals during COVID-19: A secondary analysis. Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing and Health Sciences 2021-2022.
  4. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (PI). Interprofessional Care Research Network, Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Nursing, 2019-2021.
  5. Hubbard Murdoch, N., Nelson, H., & Boechler, L. SHRF Research Connections: COVID-19 Rapid Response, 2020.
  6. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (PI)), Gustafson, B., & Chambers-Richards, T. Perceived mentoring culture across a learning organization, School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences Collaborative Research award, 2018.
  7. Press, M., Hubbard Murdoch N., Hastings, T., & Delveaux, K. Using high fidelity simulation to improve the outcomes of an interprofessional education experience, School of Nursing Internal Grant, 2017.
  8. Ahlquist, A., Farthing, P., Hubbard Murdoch, N. Social media impacts on post-secondary education, School of Nursing internal grant, 2017.
  9. Hubbard Murdoch, N. Use of video simulation to enhance utilization of current educational resources, Clinical Learning and Interprofessional Practice, 2016.

Selected Dissemination

  1. Wickson-Griffiths, A., Hunter, P., Nelson, H., Hubbard Murdoch, N. (2021, November 2-3). We hear you: Saskatchewan Healthcare employees’ experiences of work during a pandemic [Poster presentation]. Summit 2021. Saskatoon, SK. To view the presentation click here.
  2. Hubbard Murdoch, N., Nelson, H., Hunter, P., Wickson-Griffiths, A. (2021, November 2-3). We hear you: Mobilizing knowledge about the experience of healthcare employees during the COVID-19 pandemic [Poster presentation]. Summit 2021. Saskatoon, SK. To view the presentation click here.
  3. Nelson, H., & Hubbard Murdoch, N. (2021, November 18-19). The experience of nurses working with older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic [Poster presentation]. Saskatchewan Health Research Showcase 2021.
  4. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (2021). Describing the healthcare student threshold concept of interprofessionality: A phenomenography [Oral Presentation]. Threshold Concepts In the Moment Virtual Conference. To view the presentation click here
  5. Hubbard Murdoch, N., Ens, E., Gustafson, B., & Chambers-Richards, T. (2021). A mixed method mentorship audit: Assessing the culture that impacts teaching and learning in a polytechnicEmpirical Research in Vocational Education and Training, 13(14). doi: 10.1186/s40461-021-00119-x  To view the presentation and meet the team click here  
  6. Ion, R., Craswell, A., Hughes, L., Johnston, A., Kilbride, L., Hubbard-Murdoch, N., & Massey, D. (2021). International nurse education leaders’ experiences of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14892
  7. Hubbard Murdoch, N.L. & Crawford, J. (2020). Health, Wellness, Illness. In D. Gregory, C. Raymond-Seniuk & L. Patrick (Eds.) Fundamentals: Perspectives on the art and science of Canadian nursing (2nd ed., pp. 137-166). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer.
  8. Hubbard Murdoch, N.L., Ahlquist, A.D., Farthing, P.M., Mennie, J.N. (2018). A review of perceptions of professional presence on social media in nursing education. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 13(3). Available from: http://cjni.net/journal/?p=5364
  9. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (Producer/Director), & Winterhalt, D. (Director). (2017). The preceptor project: Enhancing teaching skills [Video file]. CAN: Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2LpT1ji
  10. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (Producer/Director), & Winterhalt, D. (Director). (2017). The preceptor project: Fostering clinical reasoning [Video file]. CAN: Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2LpT1ji
  11. Hubbard Murdoch, N. (Producer/Director), & Winterhalt, D. (Director). (2017). The preceptor project: Giving feedback [Video file]. CAN: Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Retrieved from https://bit.ly/2LpT1ji
  12. Sheridan, L., Hubbard Murdoch, N., & Harder E. (2015). Assessing mentoring culture: Faculty and staff perceptions, gaps, and strengths. Canadian Journal of Higher Education45(4):423-439. Available from http://journals.sfu.ca/cjhe/index.php/cjhe/article/view/184938