Michelle Lalonde


Michelle Lalonde
Assistant Professor

2013 PhD Nursing University of Toronto
2013 Diploma Health services and policy research Ontario Training Centre (OTC)
2005 MN Nursing University of Toronto
2001 BScN Nursing University of Ottawa
1998 Diploma Nursing Vanier College, St-Laurent, Quebec

Room: RGN 3249B
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 1404
Fax: 613-562-5443
Work E-mail: michelle.lalonde@uottawa.ca

Michelle Lalonde


Michelle Lalonde is an assistant professor in the School of Nursing of the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa. Her doctoral work was focused on exploring the impact of nurse preceptors’ emotional intelligence on new graduate nurses’ socialization outcomes during a preceptorship program. As a registered nurse, Michelle’s areas of clinical expertise are emergency/trauma and general surgery.

Research Interests

  • Health services
  • Organizational socialization
  • New graduate nurse transition
  • Preceptorship
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Nursing work environments
  • Clinical teaching
  • Simulation


Peer reviewed articles

  • Lalonde, M.., McGillis Hall, L., Peterson, J., Price, S., Andrews, G., Harris, A. & MacDonald-Rencz, S. (2013). Support and Access for Nursing Continuing Education in Canadian Work Environments. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 51- 60.
  • McGillis Hall, L., Peterson, J. Price, S. Lalonde, M. & MacDonald-Rencz, S. (2013). Stemming the flow of Canadian nurse migration to the US. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 8- 19.
  • McGillis Hall, L., Peterson, J. Price, S. Andrews, G., Lalonde, M., Harris, A. & MacDonald Rencz, S. (2013). I was never recruited: Challenges in cross-Canada nurse mobility. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 29- 40.
  • Andrews, G., McGillis Hall, L., Price, S.  Lalonde, M., Harris, A. & MacDonald Rencz, S. (2013). Mapping nurse mobility in Canada with GIS: Career movements from two Canadian provinces. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 41- 49.
  • Price, S. McGillis Hall, L., Lalonde, M. Andrews, G., Harris, A. & MacDonald Rencz, S. (2013). Factors that influence career decisions in Canada's nurses. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 61- 69.
  • Harris, A. McGillis Hall, L., Price, S. Lalonde, M., Andrews, G., & MacDonald Rencz, S. (2013). LPN perspectives on factors that affect nurse mobility in Canada. Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 26 (Special Issue), 70- 78.
  • McGillis Hall, L.M., Lalonde, M., Dales, L., Peterson, J. and Cripps, L. (2013). Strategies for Retaining Midcareer Nurses.Journal of Nursing Administration, 41(12), 531-537.
  • Hall, L., Pink, L., Lalonde, M., Tomblin Murphy, G., O-Brien-Pallas, L., Laschinger,H. K., S., Tourangeau, A., Besner, J., White, D., Tregunno, D., Thomson, D., Peterson, J., Seto, L. & Akeroyd, J. (2006). Decision Making for Nursing Staffing: Canadian Perspectives. Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice, 7(4), 261-269.

Book chapter

  • White, P., McGillis Hall, L., & Lalonde, M. Adverse Patient Outcomes (2011). In D. Doran (eds.) Nursing Sensitive Outcomes: State of the Science (2nd edition). Sudbury, Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
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