Room 409A, Wilson Hall
cheryl [dot] armistead [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Cheryl Armistead has been a faculty lecturer at the McGill Ingram School of Nursing since August, 2003. Prior to teaching at McGill, she was a community health nurse in the CLSC Cote des Neiges enfance/famille program; staff nurse in the ICU and the Operating Suite at the Reddy Memorial Hospital; staff nurse in Obstetrics at the Royal Victoria Hospital; and a staff nurse in the Intensive Care Burn Unit, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas. Her recent clinical background includes community health nursing of young immigrant/refugee families coping with multiple health, situational and developmental transitions and challenges. Academic interests include Primary Health Care, Population Health, development of evidence-based tools for clinical practice, immigrant and refugee health issues, young family development and decision support.
BScN, MScN (University of Ottawa)
For a glimpse at what inspires and motivates her, read Cheryl Armistead's story on The Luminary Project.
To view Cheryl Armistead's publications, visit the Ingram School of Nursing's Research/Publications page.