Kristine Rogers is a retired faculty member. Prior to joining the McMaster faculty, she held various positions in acute care hospitals in Hamilton, and surrounding areas. She joined the School of Nursing in May 2006 as the Clinical Placement Liaison, a role created to increase the clinical placements for our students. In 2006, schools of nursing were asked by the MOHLTC to increase their enrolments to address the nursing shortage. In 2009, Kristine moved into another administrative role as the Chair of Academic Resources. This role required her to fill all the teaching needs of the McMaster school of nursing, and 40% of the teaching needs at our collaborative partner sites, Mohawk and Conestoga Colleges. In addition to these administrative roles, facilitating PBL classes was always a part of her role here at McMaster.
Kristine Roger's scholarly activities focused on sharing the processes available to full time, part time and part time clinical faculty to engage in leadership activities within the McMaster School of Nursing. Information on these activities was presented at international and local conferences.