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Sarah Tekatch, RN, BScN, MN


Office: Saskatoon, Innovation Place, Concourse Building, Room CO 111.21
Phone: 306-664-7377
Fax: 306-664-7131

Sarah Tekatch nee Liberman is an Instructor at the University of Regina, Faculty of Nursing. She currently works with undergraduate students in the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) program. She teaches in all four years of the program through lectures, seminars, and online learning environments. Her teaching areas include health education and growth and development, counseling, mental health, and community health.

Sarah's academic credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Saskatchewan/ Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology – Great Distinction (2006), and a Master of Nursing from the University of Saskatchewan (2009).

Her areas of practice have included acute and community psychiatry, ‘street nursing’, policy, and nursing education. In addition to teaching, she currently holds a casual position as a Community Mental Health Nurse, with the Saskatoon Health Region, and is active in community service through her role on local and provincial boards. Sarah has had nursing experiences in Canada, Finland, Kenya, and Indonesia.

Teaching Experience

  • Clinical Instructor, University of Saskatchewan, Jan-July 2014
  • Instructor, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), July 2011-June 2013 


  • Member, SCBScN Evaluation Committee
  • Member,  Faculty of Nursing Council
  • Alternate, SCBScN Program Council
  • Alternate, Faculty of Nursing, Peer Review Committee
  • Representative, Faculty of Social Work, 2015-2016 

Community/Public Service

  • Public Representative, Council, Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers
  • Health Professional Presenter, Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan, Partnership Program
  • Member, Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association
  • Member, Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses  
  • Vice President, Schizophrenia Society, of Saskatchewan- Saskatoon Branch, 2014-2016 

Publications/Presentations (2011-present) 


  • Sarah Liberman (2013, Winter).  Therapeutic Use of Self. SRNA Newsbulletin.
  • Sarah Liberman (2013).  Therapeutic Use of Self.  Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Newsbulletin, Winter.
  • Sarah Liberman (2012-2013). Ninja Nutrition. Columnist, Saskatoon Well-Being Magazine.
  • 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.
  • Sarah Liberman (2010). Always pack white underwear. In Nancy Leigh Harless(Eds.), Nurses Beyond Borders: Stories of Heroism and Healing Around the World.(pp 16-22) New York: Kaplan Publishing

Invited guest speaker

  • Sarah Liberman (2014). Mini mental assessment workshop for Calder Centre, Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatoon, Sask.
  • Sarah Liberman (2013).  Nursing: A leading force for change. National Nurses Week Panel for the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association, Regina, Sask.
  • Sarah Liberman Evidence-Informed Practice Presentation. Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Workplace Representative Education Day, Regina, Sask.  
  • Sarah Liberman (2010). The Practice of Policy. For the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Regional Workshops, North Battleford, Sask.