Sholeh Boyle

Nursing Instructor

RN; BSN; MPubHlth & TM

Sholeh joined the BSN Program at VIU as a sessional Faculty Member in 2013. She brings a wealth of international health experience including 10 years of tertiary teaching in nursing as well as consulting and management skills in global development projects. In her various roles, she has worked extensively as a midwife, women’s health nurse, research nurse, breast cancer nurse specialist, and health promotion nurse in various parts of the world including Australia, United Kingdom, South Pacific, Africa, and Canada. She has published research articles and presented at international conferences. Following several years of work at The Canadian International Agency and overseas NGOs, Sholeh pursued her Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia. Later she commenced a Master of Interprofessional Health Education while holding a dual role in health management and research at University of Western Australia in Perth. Sholeh is passionate about encouraging the integration of research into practice. She helps students achieve success by teaching, mentoring, and empowering them to identify their own strengths and interests while pursuing their unique vision and goals within the diverse fields of nursing.