Margaret M. Malone, RN, C-PHN, BAAN, BA, MA, PhD
Associate Professor, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University Panel: Caring for Individuals with Experiences of Violence
Dr. Margaret Malone, an Associate Professor, at Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, is a feminist nurse sociologist and health promotion activist. Her extensive community health nursing experience informs her research, teaching, and community work. Margaret’s teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate and graduate programs include community, population, and global health, with an emphasis on diversity and health promotion. Her program of research addresses violence against women and children, locally, nationally, and globally, with special attention to diverse at risk populations. Her theoretical work, which emerged from her research on the social construction of women’s and men’s experiences of marital separation and divorce, has lead to developing a critical social theory of gender, knowledge, and emotion.
Margaret co-leads the Nursing Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children, at Ryerson University and, as a member of a Canadian Public Health initiative, Prevention of Violence Canada (POVC), has chaired the workgroup: Promoting social and gender equality and equity to prevent violence.