Dr. Jaqueline Limoges is a full time faculty member in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program. She has a long-standing interest in how nursing education influences nursing practice, how knowledge is developed and used.
Dr Limoges entered nursing upon graduation from Queen’s University and then completed her Masters of Sciences Nursing (MScN) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at the University of Toronto. During her PhD, she developed expertise in research methods used to examine nursing education, nursing practice and nursing professionalization.
She has completed several research projects and published several articles in peer-reviewed journals. She frequently presents her research at national and international conferences and engages in knowledge translation activities to support the integration of her research into practice and policy. She is also the Vice Chair of the Ontario Cancer Research Ethics Board.
Her current studies are exploring intraprofessional collaboration, the influences of real-time location systems on professional practice, and interprofessional collaboration in home-based community paramedicine. She just completed and published a study exploring how a novel teaching strategy called Globally Networked Learning could link students in Canada and Denmark, and how this influences learning and professional understanding. Dr. Limoges is also very involved in promoting student engagement in research and is currently mentoring three groups of students who are assisting her with parts of her research.