About this event
CHNIG is pleased to announce the next webinar session about Working with Equity-deserving Groups: Strategies to Build Therapeutic Relationships using a Person-Centred Care Approach
The learning outcomes are to describe the concepts and theories used to build therapeutic relationships with clients and discover strategies to strengthen therapeutic nurse-client interactions using a person-centred care approach.
Allie Clinton has extensive experience as a nursing educator and 20 years of public health nursing experience in family health. She has a graduate degree in nursing and ethnic and pluralism studies. She has done program development of the group “Let’s Talk” for depressed and isolated women in the Jane Finch community. She was a participant and facilitator in the access and equity committee as a member of the practice framework reference group (Canadian Heritage project). She precepts and mentors students and new employees within Toronto Public Health. She was also a staff nurse at Hospital for Sick Children for 15 years.
Over 35 years ago, Akil Ade started his career in cardiology at St. Michael Hospital and after two years transitioned into cardiac research and procedures in their cardiac catheterization lab. 12 years later, he joined community nursing for a new challenge. He stayed in the community for approximately 15 years, and over time became the team palliative consultant and wound resource nurse. During those years, he had the opportunity to teach nursing students in the classroom, lab and clinical settings at Centennial College and Seneca College.
In 2015, he joined VHA as a consultant to support the launch of their community palliative program, and in 2016, he transitioned to the CE Scarborough area as a palliative care supervisor. He resumed casual teaching to the international college students interested in health care.