Jean-Daniel Jacob

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Jean-Daniel Jacob
Professeur agrégé

2010 Ph.D. Sciences infirmières Université d'Ottawa
2006 M.Sc.N (passage accéléré) Sciences infirmières Université d'Ottawa
2005 B.Sc.N Sciences infirmières Université d'Ottawa

Pièce : RGN 3054
Bureau : 613-562-5800 poste 8421
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Courriel professionnel : jeandaniel.jacob@uottawa.ca

Jean-Daniel Jacob

Biographie

Dr. Jean Daniel Jacob est professeur agrégé à l’École des sciences infirmières de la Faculté des sciences de la santé, à l’Université d’Ottawa. Ses travaux reposent sur des aspects critiques et sociopolitiques dans le domaine des soins infirmiers psychiatriques ainsi que des questions liées au pouvoir, à l’éthique et à la gestion du risque de violence. En tant que membre de la Chaire de recherche universitaire en soins infirmiers médico-légaux (2009-2018), Dr. Jacob travaille présentement sur divers projets qui touchent l’utilisation des mesures de contrôle en psychiatrie. Dr. Jacob est présentement président du Conseil d’administration de Droit-Accès de l’Outaouais, un organisme communautaire axé vers la défense de droits en santé mentale.


 

Intérêts de recherche

  • Théorie critique
  • Enjeux socio-politiques des soins infirmiers
  • Violence et gestion du risque
  • Éthique
  • Soins infirmiers en milieux psychiatriques
  • Psychiatrie légale

Publications

Livres édités

  • Holmes, D., Jacob, J. D. & Perron, A. (eds). (2014). Power and the Psychiatric Apparatus: Repression, Transformation and Assistance. Surrey: Ashgate.

Chapitres de livres

  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2015). Allowing Mute Evidence to Be Heard:  Mapping Public Health Campaigns. In A.E. Clarke, C. Friese & R. Washburn (Eds),  Situational Analysis in Critical Qualitative Research & Beyond. Thousand Oaks: Left Coast Press.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2015). Governing through (In)security: A Critical Analysis of Fear-Based Public Health Campaigns [Reprint]. In A. E. Clarke, C. Friese & R. Washburn (Eds), Situational Analysis in Critical Qualitative Research & Beyond. Thousand Oaks: Left Coast Press.
  • Jacob, J. D., Perron, A. & Corneau, P. (2014). Structural Othering: towards an understanding of place in the construction of disruptive subjectivities. In D. Holmes, J. D. Jacob & A. Perron (Eds), Power and the Psychiatric Apparatus: Repression, Transformation and Assistance. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Jacob, J. D., Perron, A., and Holmes, D. (2014). Unmasking the Psychiatric Apparatus. In D. Holmes, J. D. Jacob & A. Perron (Eds). Power and the Psychiatric Apparatus: Repression, Transformation and Assistance. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Perron, A., Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2014). The politics of threats in correctional and forensic settings: The specificities of nursing research. In J. Kilty, M. Felices-Luna & S. Fabian (Eds). Demarginalizing Voices: Commitment, Emotion, and Action in Qualitative Research, Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J.D. & Holmes, D. (2013). Governing through (In)security: A Critical Analysis of Fear-Based Public Health Campaigns [Reprint]. In A. Clarke & K. Charmaz (Eds), Grounded Theory and Situational Analysis. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
  • Gagnon, M. & Jacob, J.D. (2012). The rise of violence in HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns: A critical discourse analysis. In D. Holmes, T. Rudge & A. Perron (Eds). (Re)Thinking Violence in Health Care Settings: A Critical Approach. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Jacob, J. D. (2012). Working in a violent environment: the pitfall of integrating security imperatives into forensic psychiatric nursing. In D. Holmes, T. Rudge & A. Perron (eds). (Re)Thinking Violence in Health Care Settings: A Critical Approach, Surrey : Ashgate.

Articles dans des revues arbitrées

  • Corneau, P., Jacob, J.D., Holmes, D. & Rioux, D. (Accepted). Contentions mécaniques en psychiatrie: étude phénoménologique de l'expérience vécue du personnel infirmier. Recherche en soins infirmiers.
  • Stokes, Y., Vandyk, A., Squires, J., Jacob, J. D. & Gifford, W. (Submitted). Online recruitment of Registered Nurses in the age of social media: Facebook and LinkedIn. Nursing Research.
  • Stokes, Y., Jacob, J. D., Vandyk, A., Gifford, W. & Squires, J. (Submitted). Exploring Nurses' Knowledge and Experiences Related to Trauma-Informed Care. Global Qualitative Nursing Research.
  • Holmes, D., Rioux, D., Jacob, J. D. & Corneau, P. (2016). Contention Physique: l'expérience des patients. Santé Mentale. (210): 64-71
  • M. Subu, D. Holmes, J. Elliot & J. D. Jacob. (2016). Persistent Taboo - Understanding Mental Illness and Stigma among Indonesian Adults Through Grounded Theory. Asian Journal of Pharmacy, Nursing and Medical Sciences.
  • Perron, A., Jacob, J. D., Beauvais, L., Corbeil, D. & Bérubé, D., (2015). Identification et gestion de la violence en psychiatrie: Perceptions du personnel infirmier et des patients en matière de sécurité et dangerosité. Recherche en Soins Infirmiers, 120, 47-60.
  • Jacob, J. D. & Skinner, E., (2015). Exposing the expert discourse in psychiatry: A critical analysis of an anti-stigma/mental illness awareness campaign. Aporia, 7(1), 5-16.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & McCabe, J. (2014). Locating the qualitative interview: Reflecting on space and place in nursing research. Journal of Research in Nursing, Online First.
  • Jacob, J. D., Gagnon, M. & McCabe, J. (2014). From distress to illness: A critical analysis of medicalization and its effects in clinical practice. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental health Nursing, 21(3), 257-263.
  • Jacob, J. D. (2014). The Domestic Rupture. The Journal of Correctional Health Care, 20(1), 45-58.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & Cormier, L. (2013). Total control: A critical analysis of mandatory HIV testing in U.S. prisons. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 9(3), 154-161.
  • Jacob, J. D. & Foth, T. (2013). Expanding our understanding of sovereign power: On the creation of zones of exception in forensic psychiatry. Nursing Philosophy, 14(3), 178-185.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & Guta, A. (2013). Treatment adherence redefined: a critical analysis of thechnotherapeutics. Nursing Inquiry, 20(1), 60-70.
  • Holmes, D. &  Jacob, J. D. (2012). Entre soin et punition: la difficile coexistence entre le soin infirmier et la culture carcérale. Recherche en soins infirmiers, 111, 57-66.
  • Guta, A., Gagnon, M. & Jacob, J. D. (2012). Using Foucault to Recast the Telecare Debate. The American Journal of Bioethics, 57-59.
  • Jacob, J. D. (2012). The rhetoric of therapy in forensic psychiatric nursing. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 8(4), 178-87.
  • Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2011). The culture of fear: expanding the concept of risk in forensic psychiatric nursing. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 4(2), 106-115.
  • Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2011). Working under threat: Fear and nurse-patient interactions in a forensic psychiatric setting. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 7(2), 68-77.
  • Gagnon, M., Jacob, J. D. & Holmes, D. (2010). Governing through (in)security: A critical analysis of fear-based public health campaigns. Critical Public Health, 20(2), 245-256.
  • Jacob, J. D., Gagnon, M, Perron, A., & Holmes, D. (2009). Sovereign power, spectacle and the deviant body: The use of the seclusion room in psychiatric nursing. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 2(2), 1-11.
  • Jacob, J. D., Gagnon, M. & Holmes, D. (2009). Nursing so-called ‘monsters': On the importance of abjection and fear in forensic psychiatric nursing. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 5, 153-161.
  • Federman, C., Holmes, D. & Jacob, J. D. (2009). Deconstructing the psychopath: A critical discursive analysis. Cultural Critique, 72, 36-65.
  • Jacob, J. D., Holmes, D., & Buss, N. (2008). Humanism in forensic psychiatry: The use of the Tidal nursing model. Nursing Inquiry, 15(3), 224-230.
  • Holmes, D., Murray, S., Perron, A., & Jacob, J. D. (2008). Le mouvement sur les données probantes: état de la situation. Santé Mentale, 130, 2-4.
  • Murray, S., Holmes, D., Perron, A., & Jacob, J. D. (2008). Données probantes et pratiques exemplaires : vers une éthique de la résistance. Santé Mentale, 130, 5-8. 


Cours enseignés

  • NSG – 1525/1526, Professionnalisme et socialisation professionnelle
  • NSG – 3537, Stages cliniques en santé mentale
  • NSG – 3320 Mental Health Nursing
  • NSG – 6160 Policy, political action and change
 
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