Associate Professor of Teaching
MSN, University of British Columbia – 2003
BSN, University of British Columbia – 1998
Post Basic Diploma in Emergency Nursing, BCIT – 1991
Nursing Diploma, Vanier C.E.G.E.P. – 1984
Andersen, E. & Moralejo, L. Received the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Research Grant from the Centre for teaching and Learning in 2014 for:
Project Title: Measuring undergraduate nursing students’ knowledge and skills in pharmacology and microbiology, pre and post curriculum changes.
My area of clinical expertise is in emergency nursing and I have worked in a variety of advanced clinical practice roles including as a community nurse in the Yukon, as a flight nurse and as a cruise ship nurse.
I have varied experience working internationally including in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland.
Courses taught at UBC Okanagan:
- Health and Healing III, IV, VII
- Year 2 clinical practice
- Year 4 clinical practice
- Engaging in Leadership
- Global Health Issues
- Emergency Nursing
- Acute Care Nursing
- ehealth and Information Technology
Andersen, E.A. & Moralejo, L. (2016). Using the Delphi process to attain expert consensus on bioscience concepts, topics, and skills in undergraduate nursing curricula. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice,6(1).
Karlstrom, M., Andersen, E., Olsen, L., & Moralejo, L. (2019). Unsafe student nurse behaviours: The perspectives of expert clinical nurse educators. Nurse education in practice, 41, 102628.
Moralejo, L., Andersen, E., Hilsmann, N., & Kennedy, L. (2019). Measuring Student Responses in and Instructors’ Perceptions of Student Evaluation Teaching (SETs), Pre and Post Intervention. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(3). https://doi.org/10.5206/cjsotl-rcacea.2019.3.8052