Denise Moreau

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Denise Moreau
Associate Professor

1999 Ph.D. Education Technology Concordia Universi
1984 M.Sc. Nursing Sciences University of Montreal
1979 B.Sc. Health (Nursing) Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

Room: RGN 3236B
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 8306
Work E-mail: dmoreau@uottawa.ca

Denise Moreau

Biography

  • Member of the Interdisciplinary Research Unit on the Health of Families, The Research Institute Montfort Hospital

Denise Moreau is a nurse and holds a Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Montréal and a PhD in education from Concordia University. She teaches nursing courses at the Master's level (Méthodologie de la recherche, and Soins de santé primaires) and a seminar at the doctoral level (Séminaire II) at the University of Ottawa.

Her clinical area of expertise in nursing is maternal and child health. She has been teaching both theory and clinical practice in this area for 12 years.

Her research interests are social construction and experience of motherhood, representations and practices of motherhood, postnatal depression, combined work – personal life – maternity, motherhood for immigrants, aboriginals, homeless women and women victims of violence, non maternity and various other aspects of the health of women and teenagers.

Since 1998, Professor Moreau has been a member of the honor society of nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, University of Ottawa School of Nursing Chapter. She is a member and a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Research Unit on the Health of Families, of the Research Institute at Montfort Hospital plutôt que a researcher at the Families Health Research Unit of the IRHM at Montfort Hospital


Research Interests

  • Social Construction of motherhood
  • Experience of Motherhood
  • Representations and practices of motherhood (birth and breastfeeding)
  • Postnatal Depression
  • Combined Work – Personal Life – Maternity
  • Motherhood for immigrants, aboriginals, homeless women and women victims of violence
  • Non maternity
  • Various other aspects of the health of women and teenagers
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