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Gregg Trueman

Degrees:NP, BScN, MN (ACNP), PhD

Gregg Trueman is a nurse practitioner with a clinical and scholarly background in the pain, symptom, and chronic illness issues associated with primary care, geriatrics and chronic pain. His undergraduate degree (with honours) and his master degree were both conferred by the University of Alberta. Gregg completed doctoral work in Nursing (2003) looking at how compassion informs nurses' clinical reasoning and doctoral work in Medicine (2012) looking at how co-workers provide physicians with feedback on their practice.

Gregg practices in primary care seeing patients who live marginalized by poverty, gender, addiction, mental health and chronic pain. He Chairs the Calgary Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Network and is an active advocate for nurse practitioner integration in Alberta and across Canada.

Gregg teaches in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th years of the Mount Royal Bachelor of Nursing program. He is published in the areas of primary health care as well as hospice palliative care and is presently building a program of research in the area of Chronic Pain.