Dr. Lee Murray RN, BSN, MN, PhD
Associate Professor, USask College of Nursing
Dr. Lee Murray is currently an Associate Professor at the College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. She is also a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in adolescent mental health. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Master of Nursing and a PhD Education Administration from the University of Saskatchewan. She teaches in the area of adolescent mental health, individual and group counseling, interprofessional practice and leadership and school health in context of the role of a mental health nurse in schools.
Lee’s clinical practice and research involves working in schools with adolescents with developmental disabilities regarding sexual health education. She is a founding and continuing member of an interprofessional community team to address the needs of adolescents with developmental disabilities. Lee, in partnership with Red Cross RespectED, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools (GSCS) and Saskatoon Sexual Abuse and Information Center (SSAIC) developed and continues to implement a healthy relationships program for adolescents with developmental disabilities to promote sexual health and prevent abuse. COR (Creative Options Regina) has also partnered with Lee to provide a platform to promote and share the educational resources including storyboards and 3 puppet show scripts.
Lee also has a great interest and curiosity regarding “Mothering”. To satisfy this curiosity, she uses autoethnography as methodology to explore the normative discourse of mothering in the context of her own experiences as a mom and grandma.
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