Roslyn M. Compton


Roslyn M. Compton received her Ph.D. in nursing from the University of Alberta and is currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing, at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. Her research interests include older adults, ageing-in-place, independence, narrative gerontology, and narrative care. Roslyn’s work recognizes the importance of understanding older adults’ experiences in relation to place and identity, and how social, cultural, and institutional narratives influence the stories told. Roslyn’s research always uses a patient-oriented approach to understand the experiences of older adults and their family caregivers concerning quality of life, interprofessional care, patient-engagement and transitions between services.

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