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Julie C. Dyke, RN, BScN, MScN
Professor

Education

  • MScN, 2004, University of Ottawa
  • BScN, 1998, McGill University

Career Overview

Professor Dyke moved to Cornwall in 1998 from Montreal after graduating from McGill University. She has worked in acute care at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital, in public health at the Eastern Ontario Health Unit and with the Ministry of Community and Social Services as part of the establishment of the Ontario Early Years Centres. Her Masters focus was in primary health care and healthy public policy development. Since 2005, she has been a faculty at St. Lawrence College where she was the initial coordinator of the four-year collaborative BScN program with Laurentian University. Currently, Julie teaches introductory and community courses and has established an interest in creating supportive learning environments for nursing students in the classroom, laboratory and clinical settings.

Presentation and Publications

Dyke, J., Farella, C., Jessup-Falcioni, H., Martin-Saarinen, J., & Stalkie, L. (2011). How nurse educators influence and minimize the impact factors affecting learning outcomes for community health nursing students. Poster presentation at the Community health nursing conference, Halifax, NS.