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Christine MacDonald

Faculty and Staff

​Christine MacDonald

Office:

Phone: (709) 784-6554

Email: chmacdonald@grenfell.mun.ca

 

A nurse educator, scholar and manager with a strong background in nursing and nursing education in Canada, Australia and the Middle East. Christine’s research experience rests within qualitative methods. She has most recently coordinated a national continuing professional development program for nurses and allied health professionals in the State of Qatar.

 

Education

BScN  at Dalhousie University

MN at University of British Columbia

 

Publications

MacDonald, C., Wolsey, C., Benjamin, K., Jouhar, J., Mollazehi, M., Mansoori, M., Ghaedi, M., Alyazeedi, A., Aykan, S. and Topping, A. (2016). The transitional experience of post-diploma nurses returning to study for an undergraduate nursing degree in Qatar. Net2016: Cambridge, England. September 2016 (Conference Abstract Published).

 

MacDonald, C., Wolsey, C., Benjamin, K., Jouhar, J., Mollazehi, M., Mansoori, M., Ghaedi, M., Alyazeedi, A., Aykan, S. and Topping, A. 2016). The transitional experience of post-diploma nurses returning to study for an undergraduate nursing degree in Qatar. CASN2016: Canadian Nursing Education Conference, Toronto, Canada. May 2016 (Conference Abstract Published).

 

MacDonald, C., Wolsey, C., Benjamin, K., Jouhar, J., Mollazehi, M., Mansoori, M., Ghaedi, M., Alyazeedi, A., Aykan, S. and Topping, A. (2016).  A golden opportunity: Nurses returning to study for an undergraduate nursing degree in Qatar. Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Calgary in Qatar, Qatar, May 2016 (Conference Abstract Published).

 

MacDonald, C., Wolsey, C., Benjamin, K., Jouhar, J., Mollazehi, M., Ghaedi, M., Mansoori, M., Alyazeedi, A., Aykan, S. and Topping, A. (2016). The transitional experience of post-diploma nurses returning to study for an undergraduate nursing degree in Qatar. ARC16 Conference, Qatar, March 2016 (Conference Abstract Published).

 

MacDonald, C.M. (2015). Pharmacology in nursing comes alive through simulation: A teaching innovation. International Journal of Arts and Science 08(01), 203-205. ISSN 1943-6114.

 

Hasnani-S, Z., MacDonald, C., and Carroll, S. (2015). Mixing it up: Perceptions of a shared learning environment for regular track and post-diploma nursing students. Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Calgary, Calgary, May 2015 (Conference Abstract Published).

 

Current research projects and grants

Principle Investigator for the study, The transitional experience of post-diploma nurses returning to university for an undergraduate degree in nursing.

 

Co-investigator for the study, Nursing students' perceptions of the characteristics of effective clinical instruction in Qatar.

 

Research interests and expertise

Research interests include issues related to teaching, curriculum management, continuing professional development, transnational nursing, health promotion and community nursing.

Western Regional School of Nursing

Western Regional School of Nursing
PO Box 2005, Corner Brook, NL
A2H 6J7, Canada

Office:
Phone: (709) 784-5489; (709) 784-5490; (709) 784-5382
Email: nursingschool@grenfell.mun.ca