Rosanna Holehouse, BScN
School of Nursing
T201-2211 Wesbrook Mall
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T 2B5
Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) Student
School of Nursing
University Of British Columbia
My current research interests include gender and nicotine dependence among individuals living with mental illness and community mental health nurses’ perceptions regarding implementing smoking cessation interventions into their practice. I am also interested in the relationship between ‘loss of identity’ and addiction, as well as substance use among aboriginal women and youth.
Abstracts and Presentations
- Holehouse, R. (2007). Smoking cessation in community mental health settings: Are nurses ready to take action? 2007 University of British Columbia: Nursing Graduate Research Symposium. Vancouver, BC, March 5, 2007.
- Holehouse, R., Johnson, J.L., & Malchy, L. (2006). Igniting the fire: Encouraging smoking cessation in community mental health settings. 2006 CASN (Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing) National Nursing Research Conference: Research in a Changing Landscape. Victoria, BC, November 15-18.
- Holehouse, R. (2007). Women and addiction treatment: Focusing on services at the local level. IMPART Seminar. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, April 16, 2007.
Other Pursuits and Interests
Rosanna’s nursing experience includes working in medical/surgical areas as well as in acute psychiatric settings and withdrawal management centres. She has also worked as a nurse in Ghana, West Africa, and is trained as a sexual assault nurse examiner. Her main clinical interests lie in mental health and addiction nursing, as well as in indigenous healing practices.
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