Sustainable Health Systems and the Environmental Impact of Metre Dose Inhalers: A Call for Clinical Practice Change
Featuring Jean Wilson (MHSc 1998)
Monday, February 7, 2022
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Zoom details will be sent to registrants
You’re invited to Bloomberg Nursing Rounds, a series of talks featuring our Faculty researchers sharing their work. Jean Wilson, RN, MHSc, will speak about “Sustainable Health Systems and the Environmental Impact of Metre Dose Inhalers: A Call for Clinical Practice Change.”
Professor Wilson is a Nurse Practitioner and an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, at the Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. She began her career as a nurse working in remote fly-in communities in the North where nurses are responsible for delivering both primary and public health care to many Indigenous communities. She has since worked with the Tuberculosis Disease Management at St. Michaels Hospital and the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Field Epidemiology program, where she worked with Canadian Forces in health and disease surveillance. In 2006, Jean returned to primary health care NP practice in urban Indigenous health at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health. In 2010, Jean returned to Toronto, to introduce the NP role and practice with the St. Michael’s Hospital, Academic Family Health Team. Jean joined the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto as a full time Assistant Professor in January 2020.