Charlene Esteban Ronquillo

Assistant Professor

Faculty of Health and Social Development, School of Nursing
Office: ART 143
Email: charlene.ronquillo@ubc.ca

Graduate student supervisor



Research Summary

Health informatics; nursing; health equity; implementation science

Courses & Teaching

NRSG 504 - Finding and Integrating Knowledge for Evidence-Informed Practice (Spring 2022)

Biography

*I am currently recruiting graduate students for 2021-22 whose interests align with my program of research as described below. I am committed to training and mentoring a diverse next generation of researchers, especially those from groups currently underrepresented in academia.*

I am a Filipina Scholar, Registered Nurse, and health informatician whose program of research focuses on health informatics, nursing, and health equity, underpinned by critical theory and implementation science. A key aim in my program of work is to ensure meaningful inclusion of non-dominant groups in the conceptualization, design, development, and implementation of health technologies in health systems. My most recent work examines the role of nursing data in shaping opportunities to embed health equity in the development of machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence for health systems.

I have expertise in mixed methods, participatory, and co-production approaches and software design/development methods. I have experience with various aspects of health information technology in health systems and nursing, including nursing informatics competencies, usability research, user-centered design and development, rapid and exploratory prototyping, and technology adoption and usage.

I obtained my BScN from McGill University (2007), and MSN (2010) and PhD (2021) from UBC. Prior to joining UBCO, I was a Health Service Improvement Research Fellow at the University of the West of England (2016), an Associate Research Fellow in Implementation Science at the University of Exeter Medical School (2016-19), and an Assistant Professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, ON (2019-21).

Degrees

PhD - University of British Columbia
MSN - University of British Columbia
BScN - McGill University

Research Interests & Projects

Active studies

UBCO MURPH 2021-22 Program

  • Establishing foundations for equity-considerate artificial intelligence in community health: Understanding community health nurses’ conceptualizations and documentation of health equity in electronic health records
  • A mobile makerspace to support inclusive patient and community-led technology solutions for rural health and wellness

Selected Publications & Presentations

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For my updated publication list, please see my Google Scholar Profile.

 

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