Master of Nursing (Athabasca University, 2014)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (University of Victoria, 1994)
Liz joined the faculty in 2014 after 30 years of practice in a variety of settings. The majority of Liz's nursing career has been with the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council in various roles from Community Health Nursing, Maternal Child, and in leadership capacities of mentoring and supporting nursing practice. Liz was part of the collaborative process with the Nuu-chah-nulth elders, women, and families to delevop a culturally safe approach to care when working with pregnant and parenting families. This approach to care "The Mother's Story" which has been implemented Island wide to support all pregant and parenting women in Public Health. Liz continues to work with Island Health as an educator for the Mother's Story. Liz graciously acknolwedges the gift of learning from the Nuu-chah-nulth people which continues to inform her current teaching practice.
NUR-102 Relational Practice I: Self and Others
NUR-175 Consolidated Practice Experience I
NUR-302 Relational Practice III: Connecting Across Difference
NUR-314 Nursing Practice VI: Promoting Health of Communities and Society
NUR-375 Consolidated Practice Experience (CPE) III
NUR-404 Nursing Practice VII: Engaging in Leadership
NUR-414 Nursing Practice VIII: Transitioning to BSN Graduate
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
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