The McGill Nursing Collaborative for Education and Innovation in Patient and Family Centred Care
at the Ingram School of Nursing is pleased to present two visiting scholars,
Dr. Inger Margrethe Holter and Dr. Lars Mathisen, Lovisenberg Diaconal College, Oslo/Norway
Current trends in health care in Norway and issues in the development of nursing education at the bachelor´s and master´s level
Wilson Hall, 3506 University Street, Wendy Patrick Room
Tuesday June 4th from noon – 1:00
Lunch will be served at the session.
Inger Margrethe Holter RN PhD is currently employed at Lovisenberg Diaconal College, Oslo/Norway as an Associate Professor and Advisor on curriculum development. Her career
spans from clinical positions to top-level nursing management in the hospital and college setting, advisory roles, research in management and the quality of care, to clinical nursing and teaching positions in colleges and at the University of Oslo.
Lars Mathisen RN PhD has combined a clinical and academic interest
through his career, currently in the role of Dean at Lovisenberg Diaconal College in Oslo/Norway. He has clinical experience from the US and Norwegian cardiothoracic intensive care setting. As a graduate of UCSF School of Nursing, he has been active in the development of advanced nursing practice as this now evolves in Norway. His
research interest is in the field of patient-reported outcomes and quality of life assessment.
Please advise Mary Louise Lambert at email@example.com before Friday, May 31st if you plan to attend.
May 29, 2013