Jennifer Morin

Jennifer Morin


Jennifer graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2007 with a Bachelor Degree in Nursing. Prior to working in academia Jennifer worked as a general duty RN on an Internal medicine/Oncology ward. It was during this time leadership and team building skills flourished and Jennifer developed a zest for education, not only for herself but for others as well. This is when her passion for Environmental health as it relates to human health began to flourish.

Scholarship: Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Accelerating Primary Health Care Conference (2009): Represented the CNA and the recent developments in the area of environmental health via poster presentation. Responsibilities included; discussing how and why nurses should get involved in environmental health as well as making nurses aware of the tools and the resources available through the CNA website.

Canadian Water Resources Association Conference (2015): Improving Interprofessional Practice to Increase ecoliteracy Amongst Health Care Providers

Red River College: Research & Innovation Day (2016): Resolving Team Disputes: Application of the Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics; Hazel Landagan, Jennifer Otto, Patricia Gregory

The Ethics of Covering up for a Colleague: A Case Study; Angelica Calvadores, Jennifer Otto, Patricia Gregory

Western Northern Region Schools of Nursing (2016): Nurse Educators Perceptions of Ecoliteracy in Undergraduate Nursing Programs Nursing

Awards: University of Manitoba Graduate Students Association – Part Time Award Recipient; Presented for significant achievements in scholarship and community involvement.


Jennifer has a Certificate in Adult Education and completed her Masters in Nursing at the University of Manitoba with a thesis that examines “Nurse Educators Perceptions of Ecoliteracy in Undergraduate Nursing Programs


Jennifer sought employment at Red River College in September of 2009 and has since held various roles. She has worked as a clinical instructor, took on the role of a lab instructor for health assessment, which eventually led to the position as co course leader for health assessment 1. Jennifer was responsible for developing the Interprofessional Practice course which is a seminar style course. Jennifer is a member of the curriculum committee and enjoys looking for new and creative ways to incorporate environmental health concepts into undergraduate nursing education.