Erin Wilson (Co-Principal Investigator) is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George.
I am a family nurse practitioner in Prince George. As a co-investigator in this study, I will be focused on the UHNBC site in Prince George. My clinical background is in primary care in rural and remote communities as well as urban practice with vulnerable and marginalized populations. I recently defended my doctoral dissertation, which focused on how patients feel known in the context of interprofessional primary care teams. My research interests are focused on primary health care, rural health, and promoting equity. I have also participated in a national study of rural nurses, through which I helped to develop and validate a scale to measure clinician engagement with attributes of primary health care.