Dr Jacqueline Choinière is Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director, School of Nursing, York University. She has a long history of involvement in health, health care, and health care policy. Since she arrived at York in 2008, Jacqueline’s research has focused on the influence of political, economic, and social forces on the quality of care and quality of work and life for nurses and other health care providers.
Her work critically examines the influence of current reforms on the conditions and relations of care, most recently in settings where older adults receive care. Jacqueline has been co-investigator and co-theme leader on “Re-imagining Long-Term Residential Care: An International Study of Promising Practices”, headed by Dr. Pat Armstrong. Currently, she is a participant on “Changing Places: Unpaid Work in Public Spaces”, also led by Pat Armstrong, and on “Imagining Age-Friendly ‘Communities within Communities’: International Promising Practices”, led by Dr. Tamara Daly.