Dr. Juliet Onabadejo
Dr. Onabadejo’s background is in Medical-surgical nursing. Her educational attainment focused on furthering her goals of teaching and advancing research in nursing education.
She enjoys curriculum development, creating a good learning environment for students, and offering one on one support with learning strategies.
Her research interest is in the area of cultural influence in health and learning. Multicultural populations, intersectionality, and their experience in learning, health care delivery.
Dr. Onabadejo has given conference presentations on incorporating multicultural content into nursing education. She is currently engaged in research in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTl)
- Ph.D. (Nursing Education), Capella University
- M.N. (Nursing), Athabasca University
- B.N. (Nursing), Athabasca University
- B.A (B.A. Hons) English, Bendel State University
Medical Surgical Nursing: Acute Care (Classroom and clinical)
Onabadejo, JD (2020). An exploration of undergraduate nursing faculty processes and methods of incorporation of multicultural teaching strategies: Multicultural Nursing Education in Canada. Multicultural Education Magazine, Caddo Gap Press (Accepted for publication in 2019)
Onabadejo, JD (2017). An exploration of undergraduate nursing faculty processes and methods of incorporation of multicultural teaching strategies. Capella University, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. 10600641
Concept Mapping in a flipped clinical. Oral presentation. Western North –Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Conference February, 2019
Factors influencing successful multicultural teaching. Oral presentation. Western North –Western Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Conference, February, 2019
Concept Mapping in a flipped clinical. A basic qualitative study. Oral presentation Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning November, 2019
Working in a Multicultural Environment. Oral presentation Centre for Health and Wellness, Professional Development, December, 2018
An exploration of undergraduate nursing faculty processes and methods of incorporation of multicultural teaching strategies: Oral presentation. Canadian Nursing Education Conference, Responding to a changing World. Montreal, 2018
An exploration of undergraduate nursing faculty processes and methods of incorporation of multicultural teaching strategies: Oral presentation at the 31st Margaret Scott Wright Research Day. November 2017
Youth and Family Coordinator, Eckankar Calgary
Nursing Environment: Addressing Biases and cultural gaps, Oral presentation, Nigerian Canadian Nurses Association Webinar, September, 2020
Multicultural Nursing, Oral presentation Nigerian Canadian Nurses Association, Professional Talk December, 2018
Managing Teenagers Development: What parents should know: presented at Nigerian in Diaspora Organization, Americas, Professional talk, 2014
Investigator: Concept mapping in a flipped clinical: A basic qualitative study.
Co-investigator: A sense of home across the Atlantic: Growing old in Canada, wellbeing, and quality of life issues of aging immigrants of African descent in Calgary
Co-investigator: Workplace violence among nurses: A pilot study to understand the extent within the AHS.
Professional and/or RDC Leadership
Representation on committees: Research Common member
Scholarship of teaching and learning Community of practice member