College of Nursing


Thea Herzog began in healthcare as an Exercise Physiologist rehabilitating injuries related to SGI and WCB claims. She loves to help people and wanted to expand her scope of practice educating and helping improve the health of people and communities. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 2015 and began her nursing career in the emergency department. She has gained experience nursing in the rural setting, the nursery, and in corrections. Thea completed her Master of Nursing (MN) in 2019 at the University of Saskatchewan. She is currently serving as a lecturer with the College of Nursing.  

Research Interests

  • Marginalized and vulnerable populations
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Substance use and addictions


  • NURS 203: Assessment and Components of Care II
  • NURS 204: Communication and Professional Relationships
  • NURS 205: Research for Evidence Informed Practice
  • NURS 220: Concepts of Patient and Family Centered Care
  • NURS 221: Patient and Family Centered Care in Clinical Practice
  • NURS 311: Core Competencies for the Management of Complex Patient Care I
  • NURS 312: Core Competencies for the Management of Complex Patient Care II
  • NURS 321: Therapeutic Interventions for Individuals and Groups
  • NURS 333: Complex Nursing Care Practice
  • NURS 450: Practice Integration