Dr. Cheryl L. Pollard
Dr. Cheryl Pollard joined MacEwan University in 2009. Previously, she held positions as clinical nurse specialist and nurse researcher in mental health, and has also had progressive leadership positions within the Alberta Home Care and Supportive Living systems. The foci of Dr. Pollard’s professional practice and research are resilience and hardiness, relational ethics, and the media. Her doctoral research focused on the depictions of psychiatric-mental health nursing care in film, using the research tradition of interpretive visual inquiry. Earlier research projects focused on evaluating interventions aimed at improving health related hardiness within individuals who were managing a mental illness.
Dr. Pollard currently teaches courses in mental health nursing, nursing research, and nursing leadership.
MacEwan’s mission, vision, values, and educational philosophy have impacted the development of her approaches to teaching, scholarship, and service. More specific information about her approaches and activities in these areas is on other pages in this site.Contact Information Dr. Cheryl L. Pollard Associate Professor Grant MacEwan University City Centre Campus Rm 9-507A, Robbins Health Learning Centre 10700 – 104 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 4S2 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 780-633-3232