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Helene-Marie Goulding

Associate Teaching Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

Contact information

Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre (ERC) - Room 2026
North Oshawa
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, ON L1G 0C5

905.721.8668 ext. 2899

helene-marie.goulding@uoit.ca


Research topics

  • microbiology
  • online tools
  • simulated interprofessional education

Research and expertise

  • Background and interests

    Helene-Marie Goulding joined the Faculty of Health Sciences at Ontario Tech University in 2006 after many years of clinical experience in both the public and private health-care sector as a medical laboratory technologist. She is senior teaching professor and the lead instructor for the Clinical Microbiology discipline. Her professional interests include developing the use of online learning tools for microbiology and simulation-based interprofessional education.

  • Publications
    • Kay, R., Goulding, H.M., & Li, J. (2018). Assessing the Impact of a Virtual Lab In an Allied Health Program. Journal of Allied Health, 47(1), 45-50.
    • Gamble, B, Goulding, H., Graham, L., & Moreau, E. (2015). Simulation models for the development and acquisition of interprofessional competencies.  Ontario Society of Medical Technologists’ Journal, 19(4), 15-16.
    • Goulding, H., Bergeron, N., Thurber, C., & Moreau. (2013). An educator’s perspective: Innovation in teaching within a medical laboratory science program. CJMLS Canadian Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 75(1) 11.
    • Batson, S, Goulding, H-M, McPherson, K, Moreau, E (2011).  An Educator’s Perspective, Harmonized Curricula: Singing to the Same Tune. Canadian Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 73(2), 10.
  • Research collaborators
    • Dr. Brenda Gamble, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ontario Tech University
    • Ms. Lavern Bourne, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ontario Tech University
    • Ms. Dana Chorney, Durham College
    • Ms. Leslie Graham, Durham College
  • Courses taught

    Courses taught (past and present) at the undergraduate level:

    • MLSC 2131 and 3131- Clinical Microbiology I & II
    • HLSC 2130 – Principles of Infection Prevention and Control
    • MLSC 2130 - Foundations in Microbiology and Immunology for Medical Laboratory Science
    • MLSC 3141-  Molecular Technologies
    • MLSC 4131/4132 - Clinical Microbiology III & IV
    • UOIT Laboratory Biosafety Training
    • UOIT Emergency Refresher Training Module 
    • HLSC 2465 - Anatomy & Physiology III: Cells and Tissues 
    • HLSC 3464U - Altered Physiology III: Cancer Biology
  • Grants

    Papaconstantinou, E., Goulding, H., McCabe, J., Moreau, E., O’Dwyer, S., & Bramham, M. (2019). Student Experiences in Writing Online Exam. Teaching Innovation Fund (TIF), Ontario Tech University ($9,142.00).

    Goulding H., Gamble, B., Graham, L., Chorney, D., Bourne, L., Neilson, C., Zykla, L., Zilic, L., Neutel D., & Nicole Kruckez, N. (2018). The Use of Interprofessional Simulations to Improve Collaboration and Problem Solving Among Undergraduate MLSc and Nursing Students. Career Ready Fund Stream 2 ($34,036.00).

    Goulding, H., Gamble, B., Graham, L., Chorney, D., & Bourne, L.  (2018). Simulated-Based Interprofessional Education for Undergraduate Allied Health Students. Teaching and Innovation Fund (TIF), Ontario Tech University ($7,300.00).

    Taggart-Jones, H., Goulding, H., & Smeeton, D. (2018). Real time PCR equipment for Simulated Clinical Diagnostics of Infectious Diseases. Faculty of Health Sciences Dean’s Initiative Fund, Ontario Tech University ($26,043.00).

    Goulding, H., Taggart-Jones, H., & Diaz, L. (2018). Promoting Student Mental Health. The Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science grant. ($500.00).

  • Education
    Master of Arts - Education
    Thesis: Assessing the Impact of a Virtual Lab in an Allied Health Program
    Faculty of Education, Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, Ontario.

    Bachelor of Allied Health Science Honors, Highest Distinction
    Determining the Prevalence of Macrolide Resistance in Streptococcus pyogenes
    Faculty of Health Sciences, Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, Ontario.
     
    Medical Laboratory Technologist
    Hotel Dieu School of Medical Technology, St. Catharines, Ontario
    Medical Laboratory Science