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Denise Kall, BN, MPH
Professor

Education

  • Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick
  • Master of Public Health, Nursing Specialization, Lakehead University

Career Overview

Prior to joining St Lawrence College, Denise spent 20 years working in public health as a program leader in Reproductive Health, a project leader in Early Child Development, the coordinator of a Safe Communities Coalition, as well as various portfolios in Injury Prevention and Health Promotion. Earlier in her career, she led the transition from separate postpartum/nursery units to a combined mother/baby unit at the Ottawa Civic Hospital and held clinical instructor positions in obstetrics at both the University of Ottawa and University of New Brunswick. Her earliest nursing work was in Labour & Delivery and Neonatal Intensive Care.

Denise is also committed to the scholarship of service and accordingly is a Stakeholder Reviewer for RNAO Clinical Best Practice Guidelines of Primary Prevention of Childhood Obesity. She is also a member of the RNAO and Community Health Nurses of Canada (CHNC). Her additional interests are in the scholarship of teaching related to learning needs of mature nursing students, as well as the scholarship of application related to community development in the areas of Health Promotion and Population Health.