- Health Sci - Nursing Program
- Office: M3118
- Phone: (403) 329-2784
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- Phone: (403) 329-2784
DegreesRN (Nursing); BN (Nursing); MEd (Education); PhD (Nursing)
ExpertiseHealing, End-of-Life Care, Families Who Are Dealing With Crisis (e.g., trauma, violence), Nursing Education, Rural Health Care, Women’s Health, Integrative Therapies / Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Self-care, Environmental Factors Influencing Health, Primary Health Care, Spirituality
Research AreasHealing, Palliative Care, Spirituality, Self-care, CAM, Trauma, Water and Health
Selected Publicationsa. Contributions to Books
• Acharya, M.P., Grant Kalischuk, R., Klein, K., & Bjornlund, H. (2007). Health impacts of the 2005 flood events on feedlot farm families in southern Alberta, Canada. In WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment (ISSN 1743-3541). Ashurst, Southampton, UK: WIT Press.
b. Journal Articles (peer reviewed)
• Wedel, R., Grant Kalischuk, R., Patterson, E., & Brown, S. (2007). Turning vision into reality: Successful integration of primary healthcare in Taber, Canada. Healthcare Policy, 3(1), 80-95.
• Acharya, M., Grant Kalischuk, R., Klein, K.K., Bjornlund, H. (2007). Do water contamination reports influence water use practices on feedlot farms and rural households in southern Alberta? Canadian Water Resources Journal, 32(3), 1-14.
• Hagen, B., Grant Kalischuk, R., Sanders, J., & Hughes, D. (2007). Disappearing floors and second chances: Men’s journeys of prostate cancer. International Journal of Men’s Studies, 6(3),
• Acharya, M., Grant Kalischuk, R., Klein, K., & Bjornlund, H. (2007). Health impacts of the 2005 flood events on feedlot farm families in southern Alberta, Canada. Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 103, www.witpress.com.
• Kulig, J., Hall, B., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2006). Violence in rural communities: Youth speak out. Rural and Remote Health 6 (online), 2006:500. Available from: http://rrh.deakin.edu.au.
• Grant Kalischuk, R., Nowatzki, N., Cardwell, K., Klein, K.K. & Solowoniuk, J. (2006). Problem gambling and its impact on families: A literature review. International Gambling Studies, 6(1), 31-60.
• Grant Kalischuk, R., & Chow, J. (2005). Student nurses’ perspectives on complementary therapies. International Journal for Human Caring, 9(2), 105.
• Groft, J., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2005). Nursing students learn about complementary and alternative health care practices. Complementary Health Practice Review, 10(2), 133-146.
• Kulig, J.C., Nahachewsky, D., Hall, B.L., & Grant Kalischuk, R. (2005). Rural youth violence: It is A Public Health Concern. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 96(5), 357-359.
In The MediaResearcher Hopes to Expand the Definition of "Good" Grief; Legend; February 2005.
Current Research and Creative Activity
|Title||Location||Grant Information||Principal Investigator||Co Researchers|
|Livestock Agriculture and water use in Southern Alberta: A sociological, human health, and economic analysis||
Alberta Center for Water Research, $303,000, 2006-09.
||Klein & Grant Kalischuk, University of Lethbridge|
|The healing journey: A longitudinal study of Aboriginal women affected by intimate partner violence||Thurston, University of Calgary||Tutty, Radtke, University of Calgary; Grant Kalischuk, University of Lethbridge & Meadows, University of Calgary|
|The healing journey: A longitudinal study of mothers affected by intimate partner violence, perceptions of their children's well-being and family-related service utilization||
Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research, $50,000, 2006-08.
||Tutty, University of Calgary; Grant Kalischuk, University of Lethbridge||Radtke, Gibbs van Brunschot, & Thurston, University of Calgary|
|The healing journey: A longitudinal study of women who have been abused by intimate partners||
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), $1,000,000, 2004-09.
||Ursel et al.|
|Trauma and female problem gambling: A qualitative grounded theory study||Alberta||
Alberta Gaming Research Institute, $69,814, 2008-10.
|Water: Making do with what we have||Alberta||
Alberta Water Research Institute, $1,713,000, 2009-14.
|Title||Grant Agency||Completion Date|
|Economic scoping study on climate change adaptation in Alberta||Alberta Climate Change Adaptation Team||2005|
|Livestock agriculture and water use in Southern Alberta||Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Water Research||2006|
|Preceptor feedback questionnaire||School of Health Sciences||2006|
|Complementary therapies and self-care||School of Health Sciences||2003|
|Rural youth violence||Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research||2002|