Charlotte Noesgaard joined McMaster University in 1989 and is an Associate Professor with the School of Nursing.
She is currently the Director of the Nursing Education Research Unit (NERU).
Charlotte is the Chair of the Graduate Curriculum Committee, and a Director of Mentorship for the Faculty of Health Sciences Program for Faculty Development.
is also Course Planner for the Level III Professional Practice course in the undergraduate program.
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.
primary research interests include nursing education, policy analysis, gerontology, mentorship, and interprofessional practice.
Selected recent publications include:
, 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).