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Evelyn Moreau

Practicum and Quality Assurance Co-ordinator

Medical Laboratory Science and Associate Teaching Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

Contact information

Science Building - Room 2063
North Oshawa
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, ON L1H 7K4

905.721.8668 ext. 2826

evelyn.moreau@uoit.ca


Research topics

  • clinical biochemistry
  • drug monitoring
  • simulation

Research and expertise

  • Background and interests

    Evelyn Moreau is the Program and Practicum Co-ordinator for the Medical Laboratory Science program.

    After many years working in the clinical field, she was recruited to work as a laboratory specialist for Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics (formerly Kodak Canada Incorporated and Johnson and Johnson Clinical Diagnostics). Following this role, she worked at Lakeridge Health Corporation as a Research Laboratory Manager, and at The Research Institute as a Study Co-ordinator and subsequently as a Quality Manager.

    She received her Medical Laboratory Technologist certification from The Michener Institute (formerly The Toronto Institute of Medical Technology). While working at Lakeridge Health Corporation, she completed her Advanced Registered Technologist certification. She has since successfully completed the University of Ontario Institute of Technology's Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences (Honours) degree.

  • Publications
    • Moran, K, Moreau, E, Northrup, D, MacRae, AR, Reynolds, D and Kavsak, P (2008). Cardiovascular Risk Identification in Population Health by Biological Measures. Clinical Biochemistry, 41(3), 194.
    • Gamble, B, Goulding, H, Graham, L and Moreau, E (2014). Simulation Models for the Development and Acquisition of Interprofessional Competencies. Ontario Society of Medical Technologists, 21 (4).
    • Gamble, B, Goulding, H, Graham, L, Moreau, E and Nanner, H (2014). An interactive Learning Experience for Learners and Practitioners to Enhance Collaborative Practice Across Disciplines and Jurisdictions. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Abstract.
    • Goulding, H, Bergeron, N, Thurber, C, and Moreau, E(2013). An Educator's Perspective: Innovation in Teaching within a Medical Laboratory Science Program. Canadian Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 75 (1), 11.
  • Research collaborators
    • Andrew MacRae, PhD; FCACB
    • Peter Kavsak, PhD
    • Brenda Gamble, PhD
    • Leslie Graham, RN, MN, CNCC, CHSE
    • Helene Goulding, MLT, BAHSc
    • Harmeet Nanner
    • Efrosini Papaconstantinou, RN, PhD
    • Hilde Zitzelsberger, RN, BScN, MSc, PhD
    • Wendy Stanyon, RN, EdD
    • Joan Laurie, MHSM, MLT
    • Andrea Miller, MHSc, RD
    • Otto Sanchez, MD, MSc, PhD
    • Emily DeSantis 
  • Courses taught

    Courses taught (past and present) at the undergraduate level:

    • Clinical Practicum I
    • Clinical Practicum II
    • Clinical Theory and Project I
    • Clinical Theory and Project II
    • Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science
    • Simulated Clinical Practicum
    • The Practice of Effective Leadership and Quality Management
  • Education
    Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences (Honours), University of Ontario Institute of Technology