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Bio

Ruth Hannon first joined McMaster in 2000 as a Sessional tutor with the School of Nursing.  Presently she is a Teaching Professor with the School and holds a joint appointment as a Nurse Practitioner with the Caroline Family Health team in Burlington.

Ruth has a Bachelor of Nursing Science from Queen’s University, a Master of Health Administration from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and a Master of Science – Family Nurse Practitioner and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York.

Ruth’s clinical background includes Cardiovascular nursing with experience as an ICU nurse, ICU clinician and Acute Care Course Coordinator in Sydney, Australia, Critical Care nurse with Hamilton Health Sciences in Hamilton, and currently working in Family Practice as an NP-PHC in Burlington.

Select Publications

  • Hannon, R., NP-PHC, MHA, MSFNP-BC and Porth, C.M., RN, MSN, PhD (Physiology) (c) 2017 (released Feb. 2016). “Porth Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States”.

Honours

  • 2013 COUPN Teaching Innovation Award as part of the McMaster Mohawk Conestoga BScN Program Science Team
  • 2005 Outstanding Nurse Practitioner Student Award

Research

Ruth’s primary scholarly activities include the lead editor for the Canadian Pathophysiology textbook.

Courses

Graduate Teaching

2014 (Term 1)    IP - Nursing 767, Nurse Practitioner

                       (Academic year 2014/2015)

Undergraduate Teaching

2014 (Term 1)    BScN Program, McMaster University

                       SCI 1CC6 and SCI 2CO6, Foundational Sciences

                       N3PA2, Integrative Pathophysiology

                       (Academic year 2014/2015)

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