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Name Jen Mohaupt
School School of Health & Life Sciences and Community Services
Program Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Academic and Professional Designations
  • PhD 

  • Med  

  • BScN

  • RN

Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • Inter-professional Crisis Simulation 

  • N3SS3/N3TT3 

  • N4K07

Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Inter-professional Education and Collaboration 

  • Use of Simulations in Education 

  • Critical Care

Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • Dissertation work resulting in theory to explain interactions between and among first-responders and emergency department healthcare providers during emergency situations. 

  • Clinical expertise in ICU, CCU (15 years) 

  • Founding faculty advisor for inter-professional student group WIHSC (implementing large-scale simulation activities, host 3-day National Conference)

Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

  • PhD dissertation “interactions between and among first-responders and ED healthcare providers during emergencies:  a grounded theory study” 

  • Mohaupt, J et al., (2012).  The use of contact theory to explain inter-professional collaboration, published in Journal of Inter-professional Care. 

  • Salfi, J., Mohaupt, J., et al. (2015).  Reality Check:  Are we truly preparing our students for inter-professional collaboration?  Published in Canadian Journal of Nursing Research


Additional Information I enjoy finding creative ways to incorporate the philosophy of inter-professional education (learning with, from and about one another) in her teaching.  I have recently attained my PhD from Western University.


 Jen Mohaupt
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