Linda Massé, RN, M.Sc.N.(A), LL.M., CNCCP(C)
Faculty Lecturer; Nurse Director, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) program
680 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC, H3A 2M7
linda.masse [at] mcgill.ca (linda.masse)tanya.digenova [at] mcgill.ca (@mcgill.ca) | 514-398-3309
Advanced practice nurse at the Montreal Children hospital (MCH/MUHC), Linda Massé worked in the Pediatric Intensive care unit for more than 30 years. She has a master in nursing applied from McGill university, a master in Health Law from Sherbrooke university and a certification from the Canadian nurse association in Pediatric Critical Care. She joined the Ingram School of nursing in 2017 to develop the Pediatric nurse practitioner program (PNP). She is the nursing lead of the PNP program and also holds a faculty lecturer position. She is the scientific co-director of the French version of Wong’s essential of pediatric nursing book: Soins Infirmiers Pédiatrie, Chenelière Éducation, 2018. She has worked on several interprofessional pediatric protocols at the MCH/MUHC, was involved in teaching colleagues and parents on children’s care. In 2016, she received the Gustav Levinschi Nursing Award of Excellence for her commitment in caring for children and their families.
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