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Charlotte Noesgaard

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Director, Mentorship Programs

Phone: (905) ***-****  HQ Phone
McMaster University
1280 Main St. West
Hamilton , Ontario L8S 4M1

Company Description: fosters a culture of innovation, and a commitment to discovery and learning in teaching, research and scholarship.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Bachelor of Nursing
    McGill University
  • Master of Science , Nursing
    University of Western Ontario
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About Us, 31 Oct 2015 [cached]
Charlotte Noesgaard Director, Mentorship Programs
Nursing faculty from Denmark on campus to learn more about PBL at McMaster, 9 Sept 2015 [cached]
Charlotte Noesgaard, Jette Marcussen and Britta Bang Larsen
Charlotte Noesgaard, associate professor of nursing at McMaster, centre, with assistant professors Jette Marcussen, left, and Britta Bang Larsen, from the School of Nursing at University College Lillebaelt in Odense, Denmark.
The visit was a continuation of McMaster Associate Professor Charlotte Noesgaard's work with the nursing school in Odense. The baccalaureate nursing program there has been engaged in PBL for over seven years and various faculty members have participated in faculty development workshops at McMaster. As their consultant, Noesgaard travelled to Denmark in August of 2011 and 2012 to facilitate interactive workshops, topic-focused discussions, and a demonstration of the tutor role in PBL.
"We have learned a lot from Charlotte over the past two years, but being here we can see things that she can't explain in a room in Denmark," said Marcussen.
Noesgaard said Marcussen and Larsen "value the historical expertise from McMaster and our passion to be innovative in PBL."
Noesgaard will continue her partnership with the School of Nursing in Odense for the next two years as their faculty refine their case studies and gain greater application of PBL with their students.
McMaster University School of Nursing >> Charlotte Noesgaard, 4 Aug 2011 [cached]
Charlotte Noesgaard
Charlotte Noesgaard joined McMaster University in 1989 as an Assistant Professor with the School of Nursing. She is currently the Director of the Nursing Education Research Unit (NERU). Charlotte is the Chair of the Faculty of Health Sciences Library Committee, a member of the Graduate Admission and Curriculum Committee for the School of Nursing and the Chair of the Mentorship Committee for the School of Nursing.
Charlotte has a Bachelor of Nursing from McGill University, a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Western Ontario and graduate courses in Sociology from the University of Waterloo.
Her primary research interests include nursing education, policy analysis, and gerontology.
Selected recent presentations include:
Noesgaard, C. & McKey, C. (2005, May). Partnerships to mobilize "best practice" to nursing education. The 23rd Quadrennial Congress, Nursing on the move: Knowledge, innovation, and vitality. Taipei, Taiwan, May 21-27, 2005.
Brown, B., Carpio, B., Guise, M., LeGris, J., McDonald, J., McKey, C. & Noesgaard, C. (2005, May).
Charlotte Noesgaard, 9 Sept 2015 [cached]
Charlotte Noesgaard
Charlotte Noesgaard Associate Professor, School of Nursing BN(McGill), MScN (University of Western Ontario), RN (Royal Alexandra Hospital)
905.525.9140 Ext. 22314
Support: Ext. 22405
Charlotte Noesgaard joined McMaster University in 1989 and the majority of her focus in the School of Nursing has been in undergraduate education with some engagement with graduate students. As a Teaching Professor, she is recognized for educational expertise in pedagogy, evaluation, reflection and professional practice teaching. Within the Faculty of Health Science, Charlotte is associated with the Program for Faculty Development as a Director of the Mentorship Program, that facilitates faculty to become effective educators. Within the larger community of health care, she has been President of RNAO and Chair of Grand River Hospital Board. Charlotte continues to be an active member of RNAO. She currently shares the Director position for the Nursing Education Research Unit in the School of Nursing.
Charlotte's scholarly pursuits are focused on educational research in its development and delivery of quality education. In addition, she has conducted research in mentorship practices, interprofessional collaboration and effective tutor practices. Currently Charlotte is involved in a project involving assessment of the introduction of the renewed curriculum and in the development and implementation of a peer review process for faculty.
Noesgaard, C., & McKey, C. (2005, May). Partnerships to mobilize "best practice" to nursing education. The 23rd Quadrennial Congress, Nursing on the move: Knowledge, innovation, and vitality. Taipei, Taiwan, May 21-27, 2005. Brown, B., Carpio, B., Guise, M., LeGris, J., McDonald, J., McKey, C. & Noesgaard, C. (2005, May).
Chapter Home | RNAO Chapters, 1 May 2015 [cached]
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