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Dr. Noelle Rohatinsky

Associate Professor, College of Nursing,

University of Saskatchewan

Noelle is a registered nurse (RN) and received her undergraduate and graduate education at the University of Saskatchewan (BSN-2002; MN-2008; PhD-2013). Her clinical nursing background is in medical-surgical nursing. Currently, Noelle teaches medical-surgical concepts and nursing skills to students in the undergraduate program. She supervises and is a committee member for several nursing graduate students. Globally, Noelle's program of research is categorized as health system research. Her research program has two streams focusing on transition: 1) workplace learning and transition of healthcare providers and students to their work environments, and 2) assisting clients with their transition in being diagnosed with chronic illnesses and self-managing their conditions. Ultimately, these two streams promote quality client experiences and outcomes. Noelle's program of research significantly contributes to enhancing client care within the healthcare system by developing and supporting healthcare professionals and students caring for clients as well as supporting clients' chronic disease self-management and quality of life.