Based out of the QEII Health Sciences Centre, Dr. Bailey has been a practicing anesthesiologist and researcher since 2019. His area of research is in regional anesthesia (nerve blocks), acute pain management, and global health education. He is a member of the thoracic and liver transplant teams, regional anesthesia and acute pain teams, and is actively involved in global health initiatives. He is the Rwanda lead for the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society International Education Foundation and was just appointed Medical Director of Serving and Engaging Communities in the Department of Anesthesia, Pain Management and Perioperative Medicine.
This is National Nursing Week, which celebrates the many contributions of nurses across our country. Nurses represent the highest proportion of health care workers globally, and we are pleased to recognize the incredible difference they make to our health and well-being.
When it comes to palliative care nursing, Laurie Mortimer has done it all.
As a registered nurse, she has worked as the hospital consult nurse, community nurse, An Cala palliative care unit nurse and clinic nurse before becoming the clinical nurse lead for the palliative care service in 2015.
Sarah Cripps has worked for Nova Scotia Health as an LPN for the past 14 years, specifically in Mental Health. She is currently working full time at the East Coast Forensic Hospital, in addition to being a
part-time student in St. Francis Xavier’s LPN-RN bridging program.