Nursing for me is an interconnectedness between intellect, emotion, and spirit, which allows me to make a meaningful connection with both my students and my patients. This allows me to provide holistic care while being aware of who I am as an individual, nurse, and educator.
Amy joined the TWU SON faculty in January 2020. After graduating from Vancouver Island University with her BScN in 2008, she gained clinical experience in surgical and critical care nursing areas, interspersed with humanitarian aid work. Amy is currently completing her MSN at TWU, and is passionate about seeing nursing students translate theory into practice.
Amy has taught N123: Clinical Skills II, N200: Nursing Therapeutics I, N413: Clinical Practice – Adult Health III, and has been a preceptorship and clinical supervisor.
Research & Scholarship
- NURS 123 Clinical Skills II
- NURS 200 Nursing Therapeutics I
- NURS 413 Clinical Practice: Adult III
- Preceptorship Supervision
- Clinical Supervision