Margaret C. Dykeman, NP, Ph.D
Faculty of Nursing , University of New Brunswick PO Box 4400 , Fredericton , NB
MacLaggan Hall, Room 119
Tel: (506) 451-6895; Fax: (506) 447-3374
Margaret received her Diploma in Nursing from the Victoria Public Hospital, her Bachelor of Nursing from the University of New Brunswick , her master’s level NP and her Ph.D from the University of Illinios at Chicago . After working for seven years in the out patient HIV clinic at Cook County Hospital in Chicago she returned to Fredericton to take a Faculty position at the University of New Brunswick . She currently manages the Community Health Clinic in addition to teaching for the Faculty of Nursing. In addition, she has been very involved with getting the Nurse Practitioner program established within the University and within the province and across Canada .
In 2003, Margaret was the recipient of the Award of Excellence (for exceptional contribution to the development of nursing in HIV/AIDS Care) from the Canadian Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. In 2004 she received a UNB Merit Award for her work at the University. As part of position at the Community Health Clinic, she has spoken to numerous professional and community groups concerning addiction and its role in the spread of Hepatitis C, harm reduction, and primary health care.
Since her appointment at UNB Margaret has been involved in several relevant research studies. In 2001 she was a Co-PI for a study that addressed the capacity of IDU’s to access health services in New Brunswick . In 2004 She was Co-PI on the New Brunswick portion of the OPICAN Cohort Study and a member of a team who received funding to learn about the social support networks and the needs of adults with chronic pain who are on Methadone.
Most Relevant Publications
Dykeman, M., Davidson, P., MacIntosh, J., & Seaman, P. (Aug, 2003). The Process of Developing a Program Logic Model to Evaluate an Academic Nurse Managed Community Health Clinic. Journal of Professional Nursing, 19, 197-103.
Olivier, C., & Dykeman, M. (2003). Challenges to HIV Service Provision. hat’s
Different for Nurses and Social Workers? AIDS Care Journal, 15(5).
Dykeman, M. (2003). Homeless People (section 6.8). In C. Kirton (Ed), ANAC Core Curriculum for HIV Nursing, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks , CA : Sage.
Dykeman, M. (2003). Sex Industry Workers (section 6.3). In C. Kirton (Ed), ANAC Core Curriculum for HIV Nursing, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks , CA : Sage.