Alisha Keough

Teaching Professor and Clinical Resource Strategist

Nursing, Faculty of

MacLaggan Hall 102B

1 506 458 7646

Other titles

Clinical Resource Strategist


  • Master of Nursing with Teaching Focus, Athabasca University, 2014
  • Diploma in University Teaching, University of New Brunswick, 2009
  • Critical Care Burn Course, Continuing Education, River Valley Health, 2007
  • Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, 2004

Areas of interest

  • Acute Health Challenges- Surgery & Medicine
  • Nursing in Complex Acute Situations
  • Professional Relationships
  • Professional Communication
  • Chronic Health & Rehabilitation
  • Nursing Informatics & Electronic Documentation Systems
  • Clinical Simulation
  • Building Resiliency
  • Critical Thinking


  • N1032 Professional Relationships
  • N3031 Helping Relationships Lab Instructor 
  • N3072 Acute Health Challenges Guest Lecturer- The Surgical Experience
  • N4153 Preceptorship- Faculty Liaison 
  • N1235 Clinical Nursing and Wellness- Long Term Care & Community
  • N2155 Clinical Practicum I- Chronic/Rehabilitation
  • N2063 Concentrated Clinical I- Chronic/Rehabilitation
  • N3074 Clinical Acute Care Challenges- Co-coordinator/Instructor Surgery & Medicine
  • N3103 Concentrated Clinical II- Surgery & Medicine
  • Faculty of Nursing, Nipissing University, RPN to BScN Bridging Program
  • NURS 2106 Clinical Practicum – Acute Care Medicine & Surgery

Professional practice, committees and volunteer work

  • NCLEX committee
  • Nursing Library committee faculty representative
  • Nursing informatics curriculum review
  • Clinical simulation development team
  • Surgical Program committee Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
  • Electronic Health Record Implementation team
  • Board of Directors Military Family Resource Center
  • Women to Women Community Outreach committee