Isabelle Kelly

My area of expertise is Advance Critical Care. I worked with patients and their families at the bedside and in leadership positions for many years. Teaching has always been part of our profession and Adult Education was always my area of interest.

I have been with the Faculty of Nursing since 2004 in the Collaborative Program and After Degree Program. I taught seminar courses and clinical students in the acute care setting.

With my recent international teaching experience, I was involved in cross-cultural education and several research projects in international nursing practice, interprofessional collaboration and simulation. I am a member of the National League for Nursing and Society for Simulation in Healthcare.

  • Wilbur, K., & Kelly, I. (2015). Interprofessional impressions among nursing and pharmacy students: A qualitative study to inform interprofessionaleducation initiatives. BMC Medical Education, 15(1), 53.
  • Wilbur, K., Hasnani-Samnani, Z., Kelly, I. (2015). Interprofessional Education Activity Among Undergraduate Nursing and Pharmacy Students in the Middle East. Nurse Educator, 40(4): 163-4.
  • Wyrostok, L., Hoffart, J., Kelly, I., Ryba, K. (2014). Situated Cognition as a Learning Framework for International End-Of-Life. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10(4): e217-22.

Selected Publications