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Joelle Chateauneuf

Nursing Simulation Lab coordinator


Contact Information

617-735-9355


Office Hours

Office: Marian Hall, Room 235
Office hours: By appointment

Education

Dr. Joelle Chateauneuf earned a Bachelor of Nursing Science degree from Simmons College, a Doctorate of Nursing Practice and Family Nurse Practitioner degree at University of Massachusetts Boston.




Bio

Joelle is currently the Nursing Simulation Lab coordinator at Emmanuel College. She also continues clinical work as a nurse practitioner.
Joelle is interested in the globalization of healthcare and decreasing disparities around world, starting in our own back yard. She has travelled to Kenya as a graduate student and as a mentor to graduate nursing students. She would like to continue service missions locally and abroad. Her professional goals are to advocate for equitable health care, address disparities, and improve patient outcomes.
Joelle is a loving wife and a mother of four teenagers. She enjoys spending as much time with them as possible, and hopes her commitment to nursing, education, and service will set an example for her children.

What I love about Emmanuel
I love that the nursing staff is truly committed to teaching the next generation of nurses. I also love how eager to learn the students are.

Publications:
• Using the Whole School, Whole Child, Whole Community Approach to Improve an Urban Early Learning Center Students’ Social, Emotional, and Physical Health and Wellness. Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Projects, May 2022
• Advocating for COVID-19 Testing in the Sharon Public School System: A Place for Nursing at the Table. American Nurses Association Massachusetts. February 2021 edition of the MA Report on Nursing Volume 19, Number 1.
• Hypertension Awareness, Treatment and Control in Kenya: Harvard Medical School Office of Diversity and Community Partnership, April 1, 2012
• Quick look guide for cardiovascular disease patient evaluation: Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, July/August 2011
Presentations:
• Northeast Regional Nurse Practitioner Conference, May 5, 2011
• Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center: The Harvard Catalyst Program for Faculty Development and Diversity, May 12, 2011
• Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association, poster presenter-primary author, March 2011
• Touch Therapies: Are they effective in treating pain, anxiety, and fatigue? Eastern Nurses Research Society, poster presenter, primary author, March 2010
• Rapid Desensitization. ONS Congress, poster co-presenter, April 2009

Sigma Theta Tau: Outstanding Service to Nursing, May 2011

Whole School, Whole Child, Whole Community approach to improve social, emotional, and physical health and wellness.

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