College of Nursing


Anne Hyde received her undergraduate degrees from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) (BSc. 2001; BSN 2004). She then went on to complete the Master of Nursing-Nurse Practitioner program in 2008 and is currently working to complete her PhD in Nursing.

Anne’s nursing background is in cardiac and intensive care. As a Nurse Practitioner, she has worked in both rural and small urban primary care but has spent the majority of her career working with geriatric populations in both community and acute care.

Anne’s quantitative research is strongly informed by her clinical practice and focuses on function in geriatric populations.

Research Interests

  • Functional Status in Geriatric Populations
  • Rural Geriatric Health
  • Use of simulation in Nurse Practitioner Education


  • Quantitative


  • Nursing 875: Transition to Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Nursing 879: Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning II
  • Nursing 880: Practicum I: Advanced Nursing Practice in Primary Health Care
  • Nursing 883: Theory for Advanced Practice Nursing Roles and Primary Health Care
  • Nursing 888: Practicum II: Nursing Therapeutics and Advanced Management