Dr. Jennifer (Jen) Mohaupt joined McMaster as a full time Assistant Professor in July 2020. Dr. Mohaupt previously enjoyed teaching in the McMaster-Conestoga-Mohawk collaboration since 2009 as a full time Conestoga faculty member.
Mohaupt, J., et al. (2012). Understanding interprofessional relationships by use of contact theory. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
PhD Dissertation: Mohaupt, J, et al. (2016). “First-responders and emergency department healthcare providers’ interactions during emergency situations: A grounded theory study”
Dr. Mohaupt’s dissertation, “First-responders and emergency department healthcare provider interactions during emergency situations: A grounded theory study” focussed on interprofessional collaboration. Interprofessional education (IPE) and collaboration is true passion of hers. She has been involved in many IPE activities throughout her career including supporting mentoring and facilitating extracurricular IP groups. Her other passion is simulation-based education. She enjoys bringing different professions together to manage crisis simulations; this allows her to revisit her critical care routes and share first-responder strategies with healthcare providers.
Fall 2020: N3SS3, N3RS3 (will be Lead for L3 basic and L3 RPN-BScN)
Winter 2021: N3TT3, N3RT3, N4K07