Katherine Bright, PhD, RN

Katherine Bright, PhD, RN

Academic Title: Assistant Professor
Office: Y357
email: Kbright@mtroyal.ca

Education:
PhD, MN, BN, University of Calgary
Diploma Nursing, MRC

 

Katherine is a registered nurse with 20 years of clinical experience in mental health nursing. In additional to her academic position, Katherine continues to maintain her clinical practice in perinatal mental health. Her research areas include mixed methods research, qualitative research, perinatal mental health, mental health of youth and young adults, internet-based mental health measurement-based care and interventions.

Area of Instruction:

  • Mental Health
  • Mental Health Promotion
  • Qualitative Research
  • Mixed Methods Research
  • Mental Health Interventions

Areas of Scholarship:

  • Perinatal Mental Health
  • Mental Health of Youth and Young Adults
  • Internet-based Mental Heath
  • Measurement-based Mental Health Care
  • Mixed Methods Research

Selected Publications:


 Selected Presentions:

  • E-mental health for youth and young adults in Alberta - A clinical tool to support the therapeutic journey
  • E-mental health for youth and young adults - an Alberta Health Services and University of Calgary Joint research project
  • Family Research Agenda Initiative (FRAISE) - Progress and development of the top 10 research priorities of Families
  • Assessing perinatal mental health concerns
  • Clinical application of screening scales for the perinatal population - Using and interpreting appropriately - Perinatal mental health screening tools to identify and manage perinatal mental health concerns

Relevant Community Service

  • E-MH scientific committee
  • E-MH steering committee