June 2020 Supporting Health-Care Professionals Suffering From Emotional Distress: Education News Canada
June 2020 Supporting Health-Care Professionals Suffering From Emotional Distress: Vancouver Island University News
June 2020 Roots to Thrive and Psychedelic-assisted Therapy: CBC Live Radio
June 2020 VIU Professor-Researches New PTSD Treatment- or Frontline Healthcare Workers: Print – My Cowichan Valley Now
June 2020 VIU Nursing Professor Receives $50,000 to Develop Psychedelic Therapies: CHLY Daily News
2019 MSFHR: Spark Magazine: Growing Roots to Thrive: Building Caregiver Resilience.
2018 Island Health Authority Newsletter
Peer Reviewed Articles and Chapters Published (or in Press)
Dames, S. (2020). Why are you thriving when I’m barely surviving?: An exploration of personal resiliency factors that enable novice nurses to thrive. Emerging Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Graduate Research in Education and Psychology, 4(2), 16-35. doi: 10.25316/IR-15199
Dames, S. (2020). Root Strength: A Health and Care Professionals’ Guide to Minimizing Stress and Maximizing Thriving. Elsevier Textbook. Contract signed November 2019. Projected to be published late 2020.
Dames, S. (2020). Roots to Thrive: Activating our innate, individual & collective human capacity for healing and resilience. An Evolving Participant Guide. Last Edition June 1st, 2020.
Dames, S. (2019). Understanding and resolving conflict, Chapter 24 in Yoder-Wise, P.S. Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing (2nd Ed.), Lyle G. Grant, Canadian Editor, Elsevier.
Dames, S. (2019). Managing personal/personnel problems, Chapter 26 in Yoder-Wise, P.S. Leading and Managing in Canadian Nursing (2nd Ed.), Janice Wadell Nancy Walton-Ryerson, Canadian Editors, Elsevier.
Dames, S. (2018). Stacking the Deck to Promote Thriving as Student Nurses Prepare to Enter Professional Practice: A Qualitative Study of Interplaying Factors that Enable Novices Nurses to Thrive. Nurse Education in Practice. doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2019.02.013. Impact factor: 1.313.
Dames, S. (2018). THRIVEable Work Environments: A study of interplaying factors that enable novice nurses to thrive. The Journal of Nursing Management, (26)6. doi:10.1111/jonm.12712. Impact factor: 1.912.
Dames, S. (2018). The Impact of Interplaying and Compounding Factors in the Novice Nurse Journey: A Basic Qualitative Research Study. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research. doi:10.1177/0844562118817079.
Dames, S. & Javorski, S. (2018). Sense of Coherence, a Worthy Factor toward Nursing Student and New Graduate Satisfaction with Nursing, Goal Setting Affinities, and Coping Tendencies. Quality Advancement in Nursing Education. LINK: Sense of Coherence toward Novice Nurse Satisfaction