Jason Hickey

Associate Professor

PhD

Nursing, Faculty of

MacLaggan Hall 154

Fredericton

jason.hickey@unb.ca
1 506 458 7644



Education

  • PhD, School or Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester, UK, 2018
  • Certificate, Grounded Theory Institute with Dr. Barney Glaser, Mill Valley, USA, 2015
  • MScA Nursing (Global Health Stream), McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 2010
  • BSc Psychology (Honours), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 2001

Areas of interest

  • Indigenous wellbeing
  • Cross-cultural research with vulnerable populations
  • Recovery from mental illness
  • Mental health promotion
  • Grounded theory
  • Mixed methods research

Teaching at UNB

  • NURS 1011, Nursing as a profession
  • NURS 2145, Mental Health Challenges
  • NURS 2155 & 2187, Clinical Practicums I & II (Mental Health Rotation)
  • NURS 1324, Indigenous Perspectives on Health and Wellness
  • NURS 6017, Research and Evidence Informed Nursing II

Research grants

Hickey, J.E., McKinney, P., Maclean-Forbes, N., Glode-Desrochers, P., Butt, C., Francis, S., Griffin, P., Harrop, V., Hefler-Elson, J., Moore, S., Palliser, T., Palliser-Nicolas, F., Park-Tighe, P., Perley, D. (September 2018). Network Environment for Promoting Urban Indigenous Well-being in Atlantic Canada. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $75,000.

Francis, S., Hickey, J.E. (July 2018). Nutsihpiluwewicik – Building Reconciliation through Indigenous Allyship. Government of New Brunswick Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Access and Success Program. $78,840.

Hickey, J.E. (August 2018). Indigenous health research work study positions (2 total). University of New Brunswick Work Study Program. $3,788.

Hickey, J.E. (May 2018). Building partnerships through the development of a pilot Indigenous well-being program, Harrison McCain Foundation. $25,000.

Hickey, J.E. (March 2018). A community-based participatory pilot evaluation of family involvement in the Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities Program, University of New Brunswick. $10,753.

Martin, D.H., Bombay, A., Cunsolo, A., Mcmillan, L.J., (26 co-investigators), Hickey, J.E. (April 2017), Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network, Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $999,990.

Harrop, V., Hickey, J.E. (Nov 2017). Developing a profile of urban Indigenous homelessness in Fredericton, Homelessness Partnering Strategy. $50,000.

Hickey, J.E., Adam, M., Topping, A. (Sept 2016). Service users’ experience of mental illness in Qatar: a narrative study, Qatar National Research Fund. $32,401.

Adam, M., Hickey, J.E., Elwadia, I., Nasser, S. June 2016. Undergraduate research participation: benefits and mentorship strategies, Taylor Institute, University of Calgary, $16,050.

Kennedy, D., Hickey, J. (June 2016). Exploring male students’ experiences of simulated maternal-child clinical, Taylor Institute, University of Calgary, $10,660.

Kehyayan, V., Ghuloum, S., Al Amin, H., Stirling, B., Hickey, J.E., Omar, H. (Sept 2016). Stigma towards mental disorders in patients, families and health care professionals in Qatar: A cross sectional mixed methods study, Qatar National Research Fund, $612,364.

Hickey, J.E., Adam, M. (March 2016). Exploring self-management of mental illness in Qatar, University of Calgary, $10,000.

Ghuloum, S., Al Amin, H., Hickey, J.E., Graham, J.M. (April 2015). Patient and family satisfaction with mental health services for chronic mental Illness in Qatar, Hamad Medical Research Corporation, $411,000.

Hickey, J.E., (April 2013). Integrated interprofessional education: phase I, Qatar Academic Health System, $641,321.

Hickey, J.E., Adam, M., Ryba, K. (July 2013). Developing a corpus of verbal clinical nursing instruction, Qatar National Research Fund, $62,050.

Gagnon, A., Jitthai, N., Hickey, J.E. (April 2009). Catalyst grant: pandemic preparedness among vulnerable migrants in Thailand, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, $100,000.

Research publications

Hickey, J.E., Pryjmachuk, S., Waterman, S. Reciprocity membership. A grounded theory of recovery among adults with mental illness in an Arabic context. Transcultural Psychiatry (In Press).

Hickey, J., Pryjmachuk, S., Waterman, S. Reciprocity membership. A grounded theory of recovery among adults with mental illness in an Arabic context. Transcultural Psychiatry. In Press. Accepted July 2018. (Principal Author, 90% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., Pryjmachuk, S., & Waterman, H. (2017). Exploring personal recovery in mental illness through an Arabic sociocultural lens. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 24(2–3), 163–170. (Principal Author, 90% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., Pryjmachuk, S., & Waterman, H. (2016). Mental illness research in the Gulf Cooperation Council: a scoping review. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14(59), 1–14. (Principal author, 80% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., Ryba, K., Adam, M., Al Neama, M., Jumah, R., Al Dosari, M., Al Mohammadi, J., Edwards, E., Zadeh, H. (2015). Development of a Clinical Nursing Word List. Journal of Educational Thought, 48(1/2), 61–79. (Principal author, 60% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., & Hasnani, Z. (2015). Bridging the theory-practice gap: Situated Learning as a Pedagogical Framework for Teaching Undergraduate Nursing Students. Journal of Educational Thought, 48(1/2), 25–41. (Principal author, 60% contribution)

Hickey, J., Adam, M., & Ryba, K. (2015). Creating learning communities for undergraduate students participating in research. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives, 12(2), 1–11. (Principal author, 70% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., & Johnson, B. (2015). Laying ‘the groundwork’ for a post-licensure interprofessional education initiative in Qatar. Avicenna, 2015(1), 1–4. (Principal author, 85% contribution)

Hickey, J.E., Gagnon, A. J., & Jitthai, N. (2014). Knowledge about pandemic influenza preparedness among vulnerable migrants in Thailand. Health Promotion International, 31(1), 124–132. (Principal author, 75% contribution)

Hickey, J., Gagnon, A. J., & Jitthai, N. (2014). Pandemic preparedness: perceptions of vulnerable migrants in Thailand towards WHO-recommended non-pharmaceutical interventions: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 14(665), 1–9. (Principal author, 75% contribution)

Merry, L., Gagnon, A. J., Hemlin, I., Clarke, H., & Hickey, J. (2011). Cross-border movement and women’s health: how to capture the data. International Journal for Equity in Health, 10(56), 1–15. (Co-author, 10% contribution)

Hickey, J., Gagnon, A. J., & Merry, L. (2010). Partnering with migrant friendly organizations: a case example from a Canadian school of nursing. Nurse Education Today, 30(1), 67–72. (Principal author, 60% contribution)