Lisa Keeping-Burke, RN, PhD

Lisa Keeping-Burke

Year 2 Coordinator

Lisa Keeping-Burke
Assistant Professor
Phone: (506) 648-5685
Fax: (506) 648-5784


Education Summary:

  • PhD in Nursing, McGill University
  • Master of Nursing, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Bachelor of Nursing, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Comprehensive Systematic Review Certification, Joanna Briggs Collaboration for Patient Safety, Queen's University, Kingston, ON

Areas of Interest/Expertise:

  • Chronic disease, life-threatening illness, & treatments across the adult lifespan, i.e., CVD, HF, CRF, COPD, Diabetes, CABG surgery, Dialysis   
  • Telehealth
  • Patient safety
  • Health care transitions from hospital-to-home
  • Randomized trials, phenomenology, and systematic review research methodologies

Supervision, Coordination, Classroom & Clinical Teaching:

Supervises graduate students’ dissertations, theses and reports

2nd Year Nursing Program Coordinator (2012-2013)
N3703 Clinical Coordination

Classroom Teaching
N2132 Pharmacology
N1225 Nursing & Wellness

Clinical Teaching
N3073 N3123 N3703 Clinical - Cardiac Services 
N1235 Clinical - Long-Term Care
N4152 Preceptorship – Faculty Liaison

Research & Funding (select):

  • 2010-2012  Harrison, M.B., & Keeping-Burke, L. (co-leads) for Project 1 ($80,000). Doran D., & Blais, R. (Co-P.I.s). Integrative Study of the International Literature on Home Care and Patient Safety, a sub-project in the Safety at Home: A Pan-Canadian Home Care Safety Study. Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI), Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), The Change Foundation, and Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF) $1,300,000.
  • 2009-2013  Harrison, M.B, (PI), Godfrey, C., Medves, J., VanDenKerkhof,  E., Lamb, M., Baker, C., Buchanan, D., Maranda, S., Edge, D., Duhn, L., Keeping-Burke, L. (co-investigator), Laschinger, S., Pulling, C., Peterson, J., DeWolfe, J., & Gedcke-Kerr, L. Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) for research titled “Evidence for Patient Safety Practices in Nursing and Health Care: A Pan-Canadian approach to patient safety/risk issues” for the Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration (QJBC). $1,000,000    
  • 2008-2010  Davidson, L., Gibson, M., Aiken, A., Donnelly, C., Norman, K., Mieras, C., Schroder, C., Tomalty, L., Van Melle, E., & Keeping-Burke, L. (co-investigator). Health Force Ontario Interprofessional Care/Education Fund for research titled “REAL Project”. $225,700   
  • 2007  Jarrett, P., Keeping-Burke, L., McCloskey, C., MacDonald, E., MacNeil, D., Fleet, G., & Oakley, H. Health Promotion and Research Fund from the Atlantic Health Sciences Corporation, Saint John, NB for research titled Feasibility of Health Information Collected by Home Based Technology in Frail Older Adults to Promote Independence at Home. $25,130
  • 2006  Jarrett, P., McCarthy, F., Keeping-Burke, L., McCloskey, R., MacDonald, E., MacNeil, D., Fleet, G. Medical Research Fund New Brunswick (MRFNB) for research titled Feasibility of Health Information Collected by Home Based Technology in Frail Older Adults to Promote Independence at Home. $20,000    
  • 2005  Keeping-Burke, L. Groupe de recherche interuniversitaire en soins infirmiers de Montréal (GRISIM) Doctoral Fellowship, Montreal, QC. $80,000  + $15,000 Operating Grant
  • 2002  Keeping-Burke, L. Heart and Stroke Foundation Fellowship of Canada, Ottawa, ON. $75,000
  • 2002  Keeping-Burke, L. McGill Graduate Studies Award, McGill University, Montreal, QC. $5,000