Professor Lissa Lynn Gagnon is a faculty member with the School of Nursing, Laurentian University. After accomplishing her BScN in 1996, she pursued graduate studies focusing on work environments in oncology nursing. She subsequently obtained her MScN in 2008. Since graduating, she has assumed various roles and reponsibilites for positions such as staff nurse, nurse manager, and nurse educator.
Professor Lissa Lynn Gagnon remains actively engaged in professional nursing practice and nursing education. Her particular research interests and writing have focused primarily on oncology care, clinical and pedagogical envrionments, and health care delivery systems.
- 2012 Nominated by Student Success Centre and recipient of: • Certificate for outstanding contribution and unwavering dedication to student success
- 2011 Nominated by Student Success Centre and recipient of: • Certificate for outstanding contribution and unwavering dedication to student success
Gagnon, L., & Roberge, G. (2011). Group Work Diversity: Markers of Successful Teams from University Students’ Perspectives. International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles. Gagnon, L., Bakker,D., Montgomery, P., & Palkovits, J. (May/June 2010). Nurse Autonomy in Cancer Care. Cancer Nursing: An International Journal for Cancer Care, 33(3). Roberge, G., Gagnon, L. & Oddson, B. (2011). The Ideal Classroom: A Comparative Study of Education and Nursing Student Learning and Psychosocial Environmental Preferences. Institute for Learning Styles Research, 1, 1-16. Gagnon, L. L., & Roberge, G. D. (2011). Dissecting the Journey: Nursing Student Experiences with Collaboration During the Group Work Process. Nurse Education Today Roberge, G., Gagnon, L. (2012). L’influence des réformes de gestion du comportement des élèves sur les cadres d’intervention pour lutter contre l’intimidation dans les écoles canadiennes. La recherche en éducation. Revue de l’association francophone internationale de recherche scientifique en éducation.