Dr. Geoffrey Maina is an Assistant Professor at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Nursing. He is engaged in community-based research on substance use and addiction in Prince Albert. He is also developing research on improving clinical outcomes for clients on opiate replacement therapy. He is based in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Node Funded Project (April 2017)
Title: Stakeholder consultation/knowledge forum for substance abuse and addiction in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Principal Investigator: Geoffrey Maina, University of Saskatchewan
Dr. Brenda Mishak, Uof Sask
Gillian Strudwick, CAMH
Dr. Anthony de Padua, Uof Sask
Dr. Maina and a team of three colleagues received funding from CRISM to engage in community stakeholder engagement and knowledge exchange event on substance use and addiction in Prince Albert. This event brought together diverse stakeholders in Prince Albert for a one-day event to talk about pressing and priority addiction issues facing the city of Prince Albert. This event culminated in the development of a Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation’s SPROUT grant application.
This project was recently presented at the CRISM Prairie Node 2nd Annual Gathering Nov 15-16, 2017 in Calgary, AB.
- Maina G, Mishak B, de Padua A, Strudwick G, Docabo A, Tahir H. (2017). Nurses Taking the Lead: A Community Engagement and Knowledge Exchange Forum on Substance Abuse and Addiction in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Nurs Leadersh (Tor Ont). 30(3):80-92.