Associate Professor, School of Nursing
BN(McGill), MScN (University of Western Ontario), RN (Royal Alexandra Hospital)
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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.
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.
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.
, 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).