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Isolde Daiski fonds

Media Type: 
Textual record
Call Number / Archival Reference Number: 
F 708
STEM Field: 
Fonds consists of an article authored by Isolde Daiski and published in The Canadian Nurse.
Biography/Administrative History: 
Isolde Daiski earned her Bachelor of Science - Nursing from Ryerson University in 1989, her Masters of Education from OISE/University of Toronto in 1994 and her Doctor of Education from OISE/University of Toronto in 2001. Her doctoral work focused on nurses’ experiences in the context of restructuring of healthcare. She conducted research on the impact of poverty and homelessness on health and quality of life. Isolde also volunteered as a nurse with an outreach program for homeless people, called the ‘health bus’. Before attending Ryerson, Daiski was a hospital staff nurse. After graduating Ryerson she began teaching in the School of Nursing as an instructor. In 2001 she became a full-time faculty member at the School of Nursing at York University. She taught Undergraduate as well as the Graduate Programs in the School of Nursing, including supervising several MRP and Theses students in the MScN Program.
0.25 cm of textual records
Hosting Institution: 
Ryerson University
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