Prof. Heather Krohn

Academic Qualifications

PhD in Clinical Health Sciences (Nursing) Program – McMaster University, Hamilton (2012)

Master of Education (Curriculum Design & Instruction) – University of Windsor (1988)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – University of Western Ontario, London (1980)

Nursing Diploma – George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, (1976)

Teaching Area
Community and Family Health

Research Interests

  • Aboriginal Health
  • Health and Health Care of Marginalized Populations
  • The Therapeutic Nurse-Client Relationship in Cross-Cultural Nursing

Selected Publications

Fox-Wasylyshyn, S. M., El-Masri, M. M., & Krohn, H. K. (2006). Comparison of Coping Responses to Symptoms between First Time Sufferers and Those with a Previous History of Acute Myocardial Infarction. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. (Accepted)

Krohn, H. K. (2006). Informed Consent Ethics in First Nations Health Research (Abstract)

Courses Taught

63-331 Family Nursing (Theory)
63-334 Clinical Nursing Experience – Family Nursing
63-471/431 Community as Client/Community Nursing (Theory)
63-476 Clinical Nursing Experience – Community as Client
63-479 Issues in Global Health

Professional Affiliations

Sigma Theta Tau International, Tau Upsilon Chapter, University of Windsor