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Geoffrey Maina RN, BScN, MN, PhD Assistant Professor

Address
214 - 1301 Central Avenue, Prince Albert

Publications

Papers in Referred Journals

2017 Maina, G., Strudwick, G., Yasmin, L., Boakye, F., Wilton, L., & Nelson, L. R. (In Press). Characterizing the Structure and Functions of Social Networks of Men Who Have Sex with Men in Ghana, West Africa: Implications for Peer-Based HIV Prevention. Journal of Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jana.2017.07.005

2016-12 Maina, G., Caine, V., Mill, J., & Wimmer, R. (2016, December). Exploring the meaning of living with HIV as a chronic illness in Kenya: A narrative inquiry. Communication & Medicine, 13(2), 215-226. 10.1558/cam.27949.

2015 Caine, V., Mill, J., O'Brien, K., Solomon, K., Dykeman, M., Gahagan, J., ... Chaw-Kant, J. (2015). Implementing a community-based nurse mentorship intervention in HIV care: Strengths, challenges and recommendations for future education and practice. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (JANAC), 27(3), 274-284. doi:10.1016/j.jana.2015.11.001.

2015 Maina, G., Mill, J., Chaw-Kant, J., & Caine, V. (2015). A Systematic Review of Best Practices in HIV Care. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 15(1), 114-126. DOI: 10.1080/15381501.2015.1116037.

2014 Mill, J., Caine, V., Arneson, C., Maina, G., de Padua, A., & Dykeman, M. (2014). Past Experiences, current realities and future possibilities for HIV nursing education and care in Canada. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 4(5), 183-198.

2013 Marete, I. K., Osiemo-Lagat, Z., Sirnba, J. M., Obala, A.I., Muriithi (Maina), G. M., Chumba, J. C., & Mutugi, J. M. (2013). Utilization of laboratory services in management of febrile children at a referral hospital in Kenya: A Clinician's view. Kenya Journal of Health Sciences, 2, 12-17.

2013 Maina, G., & Caine, V. (2013). Resisting Occupational Gender Stereotypes: Experiences of Taxi Women Conductors in Kenya. Gender & Behaviour, 11(2), 5546-5555.

2013 Maina, G., Sutankayo, L., Chorney, R., & Caine, V. (2013). Living with and Teaching about HIV: Engaging nursing students through body mapping. Nursing Education Today, 34, 643-647.

2012 Darkwah, V., Yamane, H., Richter, S., Caine, V., Maina, G., Chambers, T., & Johnson, L. (2012). A Systematic Review on the Intersection of Homelessness and Healthcare in Canada. Journal of Nursing and Care, 1(5). doi:10.4172/2167-1168.1000115.

Grants

Grants, Awarded (Peer-Reviewed)

Maina G (Principal Investigator), Ogenchuk M (Coprincipal Investigator), Garinger M (Co-investigator), Gaudet D (Co-investigator), Brooks D (Co-investigator), Bratford R (Co-investigator), Woods S (Coinvestigator), Singer K (Co-investigator), Diechart K (Co-investigator). Exploring Family Needs and Developing Resources to Support Families of Clients Living with Addiction in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region, This is a planning grant awarded upon approval of the Intake questionnaire for SPROUT Grant Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation. Total: $2,040.00 for 2017-08 to 2017-10

Long R (Principal Investigator), Sack S (Co-principal Investigator), Smylie J (Co-investigator), Yacoub W (Co-investigator), Abonyi S (Co-investigator), Butler L (Co-investigator), Cooper R (Co-investigator), Hackett F (Co-investigator), Komarnisky S (Co-investigator), Maina G (Co-investigator), Stewart K (Co-investigator). Implementing the "Patient's charter of tuberculosis care" in high incidence Indigenous communities and across jurisdictional borders. Total: $675,000.00 for 2017-05-01 to 2020-04-30

Rourke SB (Principal Investigator), Gartner K (Co-principal Investigator), Kirkland S (Co-principal Investigator), Marshall Z (Co-principal Investigator), Oliver B (Co-principal Investigator), Otis J (Co-principal Investigator), Worthington C (Co-principal Investigator), Adam B (Co-investigator), Barrett L (Co-investigator), Becker M (Co-investigator), Beaulieu M (Co-investigator), Betrand K (Co-investigator), Bizot D (Co-investigator), Brennan D (Co-investigator), Bulman D (Co-investigator), Maina G (Co-investigator), (et.al). The CIHR CBR Collaborative 2.0: A program of Reach, Collaborative Centers of HIV/AIDS Community -Based Centers CIHR. Total: $1,500,000.00 for 2017-04-13 to 2022-06-30

Hackett P (Principal Investigator), Abonyi S (Coinvestigator), Butler L (Co-investigator), Maina G (Coinvestigator). Implementing the "Patient's Charter of Tuberculosis Care" in High Incidence Indigenous Communities and Across Jurisdictional Borders. Total: $150,000.00 for 2017-01 to 2020-01

Grants, Awarded (Non-Peer-Reviewed)

Maina G (Principal Investigator), Mishak B (Coinvestigator), de Padua A (Co-investigator), Strudwick G (Co-investigator). Stakeholder Consultation/knowledge forum for Indigenous Substance use and addiction in Prince Albert.  Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR)- Subgranted by Canadian Research in Substance Misuse. Total: $15,000.00 for 2017-05 to 2018-04