Professor and Associate Director - Research
Room 210, Wilson Hall
franco.carnevale [at] mcgill.ca
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Dr. Carnevale is an Assistant Director at the Ingram School of Nursing (Master’s Program Director). His academic appointments include: Professor at the Ingram School of Nursing, Associate Member in the Faculty of Medicine (Pediatrics), Adjunct Professor in Counselling Psychology, and Affiliate Member of the Biomedical Ethics Unit, all at McGill University. Dr Carnevale is Chair of the Pediatric Ethics Committee and Associate Member of Pediatric Critical Care at the Montreal Children's Hospital-McGill University Health Centre, as well as Clinical Ethics Consultant at Le Phare, Enfants et Familles (pediatric hospice and respite care). He is licensed as a nurse and a psychologist.
Dr. Carnevale's principal areas of research include: pediatric ethics, the experience of critically ill children and their families, and childhood disability.
2013 PhD Philosophy (Moral philosophy/ethics), Université Laval/Université de Sherbrooke
2004 MA Philosophy of Science/Epistemology, Université de Sherbrooke
1997 MSc Bioethics, McGill University
1994 PhD Counselling Psychology, McGill University
1986 MEd Educational & Counselling Psychology, McGill University
1983 MScA Nursing, McGill University
1978 BScN Nursing, McGill University
2003-2004 Fellowship in Medical Anthropology, Université de Montréal
2000-2001 Health Teaching Scholar, Medicine, McGill University
1995 Graduate studies in Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University
1994-1995 Graduate Studies in Health Law, Université de Sherbrooke
1994 Summer studies in Moral Philosophy, Oxford University
To view Dr. Carnevale’s publications, visit the Ingram School of Nursing's Research/Publications page.