Associate Professor at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University in Canada
Annette Bailey is an Associate Professor at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University in Canada. Dr. Bailey has worked in both acute and community health nursing settings. Much of her work in community health nursing has focused on interagency collaboration to address key determinants of health for diverse populations in Toronto. Her research examines traumatic stress and resilience among survivors of community and interpersonal violence. Her research interests span violence prevention, violence and trauma, trauma and resilience, homicide loss, resilience, and grief. Her most recent research activity focused on traumatic stress and resilience among Black women who have lost a child to gun violence in Toronto. Dr. Bailey completed her PhD in Public Health Science with a specialization in Health Promotion and Education.
Did you know?
Women in the U.S. are 21 times more likely to be killed by guns than women in other high-income countries.
Grinshteyn, E. and Hemenway, D. “Violent Death Rates in the US Compared to Those of the Other High-income Countries, 2015.” Preventive Medicine. (2019). https://bit.ly/3kyfsSs