TWU School of Nursing Hosts, Faith and Nursing Conference, “Inspiring Person-Centredness: A Call to Action”
IN THE FAITH & NURSING CONFERENCE SERIES: THINK DEEPLY. ACT JUSTLY. CARE GENEROUSLY. TWU NURSING
The Trinity Western University School of Nursing is pleased to announce the upcoming Faith and Nursing Conference. Building on the success of previous conferences, this conference features the theme of “Inspiring Person-Centredness: A Call to Action”.
This will be an inspirational conference full of learning, sharing and networking. Spirituality is the Invisible Ingredient in Health and Healing. Join in conversations about encounters as the basis of spirituality, and spirituality as the basis of wellness. Engage in the paradox of how a focus on the individual - a person-centred focus - is also the foundation of togetherness, relationships, and connection. The conference features leading keynote speakers, workshops, paper presentations and poster sessions. New for this year will be Lightning Talks, for a visually stimulating interpretation of the conference topics.
Vice President | Providence Health Care Mission, People and Ethics
Director | Providence Health Care Corporate Director, Mission Services, Reconciliation, and Volunteer Resources
Acting Dean and Professor | TWU School of Nursing Member College of New Scholars, Royal Society of Canada
Acting MSN Program Director | TWU School of Nursing Director of the Centre of Equity & Global Engagement (CEGE)
Canada Research Chair in Person-Centred Outcomes Professor | TWU School of Nursing Raechel Healey-Chamberlain Executive Assistant to the Dean | TWU School of Nursing
Program Coordinator | TWU School of Nursing
Conference Planner | Providence Health Care