Sarah Tekatch, RN, BScN, MN, CCNE

Instructor

Office: Saskatoon, Innovation Place, Concourse Building, Room CO 111.21
E-mail: sarah.tekatch@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-664-7377
Fax: 306-664-7131
Pronoun(s): She/her

Current classes
CNUR 100, CNUR 102, CNUR 106, CNUR 304

Research interests

  • Teaching and Learning, Mental Health, Foundations of Nursing Practice

I have nursing experience in acute and community psychiatry, and community and public health.  It was my work in Harm Reduction on the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver that led me to a job as Policy Advisor with the SRNA (now CRNS) where we developed the first nursing position statement from a Canadian regulatory body on Harm Reduction. While at the SRNA I also worked as a Nursing Consultant with the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA). Where I visited Indonesia working with the Indonesian National Nurses Association (INNA) on regulatory advocacy for the profession of nursing. During my Master of Nursing degree I completed a Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Governance Internship in Nairobi, Kenya.  I have been teaching since 2011, exploring nursing practice as individual care and addressing social structures that create health inequities.  My hope is to support safe spaces for learning, where students bring all of who they are to their education and practice. In addition to teaching, I am a health professional speaker with the Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan Partnership Program.

RECENT GRANTS, AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  • UR² Teaching Fellow 2022-2023

PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Articles, Papers, Books or Chapters

  • Tekatch, S. (2022, May). Innovative Strategies for Engaging Overwhelmed Students. Nurse Educator. (published ahead of print- May 2022)

Conference Presentations and Invited Academic Lectures

  • Tekatch, S. (2020, May 25-27). Impact and perceptions of online IPE on pre-established learning objectives. CASN Nursing Education Conference, Calgary, Alberta. (Conference Cancelled).
  • Tekatch, S., & Hodson, A. (2020, April 26-29). Intersectionality: Integrating a new approach to vulnerability in community health. NETNEP 2020, Stiges, Barcelona, Spain. (Conference Canceled).

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Alternative Grading Practices in Health Education

IN THE NEWS ─ COMMENTARY AND COLUMNS

  • Sarah Liberman (2013). Therapeutic Use of Self.  Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Newsbulletin, Winter.
  • Sarah Liberman (2013).  Collaborative Integrated Care: The Basis of Nursing Practice, the Key to Poverty Elimination. Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Newsbulletin, Winter.
  • Sarah Liberman (2007- 2011). Policy in Action Column, Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Newsbulletin.