Janet Landeen

Associate Professor, School of Nursing

Faculty of Health Sciences LogoCampus Address:
1280 Main Street W., HSC 2J36A

Phone: 905.525.9140 x22709
Email: landeen@mcmaster.ca

Research Interests


Teaching & Learning Research Interests:

  • Curriculum design
  • Integrated learning
  • Problem based learning
  • Clinical simulation
  • Narrative inquiry
  • Student engagement


Projects


Current Teaching & Learning Research Projects:

Project Title Project Principal Investigator Project Collaborators
Exploring Consistency in Undergraduate Nursing Education: Perspectives of Students and Faculty. Janet Landeen

Tracey Jewiss,
Susan Vajoczki,
Michelle Vine

Exploring Perceptions of Students and Faculty toward Clinical Simulation: A Q-sort Study. Janet Landeen Joanna Pierazzo,
Noori Akhtar-Danesh,
Pamela Baxter,
Courtney Evers,
Sylvia VanEijk


Publications & Presentations


Select Teaching & Learning Research Publications & Presentations:

Anthony, S.E. & Landeen, J.  (2009).  Evolution of Canadian nursing curricula: A critical retrospective analysis of power and caring.  International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 6(1), doi: 10.2202/1548-923X.1766.

Baxter, P., Akhtar-Danesh, N., Landeen, J., & Norman, G. (In press).  Teaching critical management skills to senior nursing students:  Video-taped or interactive ‘hands-on’ instruction?  Nursing Education Perspectives.

Landeen, J. & Jeffries, P. (2008). Guest editorial: Simulation. Journal of Nursing Education, 47(11), 487-488.

Tompkins, C.  & Landeen, J.  (2011). Designing an integrated curriculum: The McMaster experience. Workshop presented at Aga Khan University of East Africa, Nairobi, Kenya.

Landeen, J.  (2009). Partnerships that matter: Nurses and librarians collaborating to shape the future. Keynote presentation at the OLRN Stakeholders Meeting, Toronto, ON.

Landeen, J. (2009). Simulation & McMaster Nursing: Where are we, how did we get here, & where are we going? Introduction to the Gladys J. Sharpe Lectureship on Simulation Technology in Nursing Education, Hamilton, ON.

Landeen, J., McGraw, M-J., & Curriculum Innovation Committee. (2009). Through the kaleidoscope: Shifting vision in a nursing curriculum. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Day in Faculty Development, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON.


Interested in


Interested in:

  • Collaboration
  • Serving as a research mentor
  • Reviewing proposals and offering feedback
  • Receiving feedback on projects & proposals


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