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Council & Committees
2006 – BScN UPEI
- Currently working on MN from Athabasca University
- 2006 – 2014 – Staff nurse on Unit 2 at the QEH
- 2014 – 2021 – Clinical Nurse Educator on Unit 2 at the QEH
- 2021 – 2022 – Nurse Manager of Unit 3 at the QEH
- 2022 – present – Nurse Manager of Unit 7 at the QEH
- Professional Conduct Review Board Member 2019 – 2021
Nurse Representative and Council Chair
- 1992, Diploma, PEI School of Nursing
- 2001, BN, University of New Brunswick
- 2018, MN, University of Prince Edward Island
- Prince County Hospital, Staff Nurse
- Prince County Hospital, Infection Control Nurse
- 2014 – 2016, Provincial Infection Control and Enteric Disease Coordinator, Department of Health and Wellness
- 2016 – present, Provincial Immunization and Vaccine Preventable Disease Coordinator, Department of Health and Wellness
- Previous member of the CRNMPEI Council 2006-2010
- Current member of the Emergency Management Services Board
Nurse Representative and Council Chair-Elect
- 2010, BScN, University of Prince Edward Island
- 2010 – 2013, Surgery, Prince County Hospital
- 2013 – 2018, RN2, Summerset Manor
- 2018 – 2021, Nurse Manager, Summerset Manor
- 2021 – present, Manager of Mobile Integrated Health
- New Leaders Course, Health PEI — 2019
- Curriculum Planning Committee for the RCW Program, Holland College
Phyllis joined CRNMPEI Council in 2019 as a public representative. Her formal education includes a Masters of Education in Leadership and Learning and an Inclusive Education diploma from UPEI.
Phyllis was an educator for 38 years, during which time she was a classroom teacher, a resource teacher and an administrator. She also sat on numerous committees. She was the President of the PEI Teachers’ Federation from 2007-2009. Since retiring from the education field, Phyllis served as a member of the Health PEI Board from 2010-2013 and then served as the Board Chair until 2018.
Shirley joined CRNMPEI Council in 2018 as a public representative. Her formal education includes a Diploma in Nursing from Toronto General Hospital and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Mount Saint Vincent University, as well as Palliative Care, Frontline Leadership and Foot Care Courses.
Shirley retired as a Family Practice Nurse from the Dalhousie Family Medicine Clinic in Halifix, NS in 2009. She relocated to PEI in 2009 and is very active in her community including membership in a community choir and is an active golf enthusiastic.
Thelma joined CRNMPEI Council in 2018 as a public representative. Her formal education includes a Certificate in Public Sector Management, Dalhousie University, a Certificate in Gerontology from Mount Saint Vincent University and a Certificate in Management for Women from UPEI.
Thelma retired as the Director of Vital Statistics in 2012. Since that time, she has been the Coordinator for Hospice of Southern Kings Country. She coordinates and trains hospice volunteers, coordinates client intake and does fundraising. She is also a member of the integrated Palliative Care Team for Kings County. Thelma also sits on the Provincial Palliative Care Quality Committee as a Patient Family Advisor.