Lori Jessome-Croteau, BScN, MHS, RN
Lori has a passion for lifelong learning and all things related to distance education.
It comes as no surprise that she is the eLearning coordinator and content developer for the Provincial Nursing Competencies catalogue with eLearning Healthcare Nova Scotia. In addition to this, she recently took over responsibility for oversight of the provincial Preceptorship Program here at RNPDC.
A proud graduate of the Cape Breton Regional Hospital School of Nursing and St. Francis Xavier University School of Nursing, Lori has post-RN specialty education in psychiatric mental health nursing, perioperative nursing, and infection prevention and control. Lori also completed a Master of Health Studies from Athabasca University and is currently completing a Master of Education in Distance Education from there as well. We told you she is a lifelong learner!
Lori’s varied career as a registered nurse makes her an asset to RNPDC. Her background includes experience in long-term care, physical rehabilitation, and perioperative nursing; as a clinical nurse educator for the Sterile Processing Department at the QEII; and most recently as an infection prevention and control (IPAC) practitioner and the IPAC educator at Capital Health.