Academic Advisors

Nicholas Joachimides

My name is Nicholas Joachimides, I’ve been a Registered Nurse for 19 years. I’m a very proud Centennial College diploma graduate. I went back to complete my BSc.N at St. Francis Xavier, and continued my studies at the graduate level at Western in the Masters of Wound Healing. I completed a second masters in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at UofT. As well as a certificate in Infection Prevention and Control at Queens. I’ve completed an RNAO Advanced Clinical Practice…

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Mélanie Fauteux

Spécialisation en stomothérapie ETNEP/ CAET-certificat Elle est infirmière depuis 1996 et a travaillé en soins longues durées, en chirurgie, à l’urgence et aux soins intensifs avant de s’intéresser plus particulièrement aux soins de plaies et de stomies Elle travaille depuis 2008 à la clinique de plaies complexes du CISSSS Chaudiere-Appalaches at “la Clinique de Plaies Complexes”

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Louise Samuel

Louise had been a nurse since 1997 and an NSWOC since 2007. She works full-time as an ET Nurse at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital. She is the Academic Advisor for the Ostomy Management Course in the French language program.

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Susan Peckford

CNA Certified NSWOC nurse Bachelor of Psychology, Lakehead University, 2000 Bachelor of Nursing, Memorial University, 2004 Diploma- Enterostomal Therapy Nursing Program, CAET, 2012 Masters of Nursing, Memorial University, 2013 Current area of practice: Regional Enterostomal Therapy Clinical Nurse Specialist with ostomy and wound focus for the Western Health Authority through Western Memorial Regional Hospital in Corner Brook, NL

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Britney Ann Butt

Education Bachelors of Nursing Science from the University of Ottawa NSWOCC program (previously CAET) Masters of Clinical Science – Wound Healing from the University of Western Ontario Current role CNA certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse NSWOC at North York General Hospital (Toronto). NSWOC Preceptor /Academic Advisor- Wound If you ever have any questions feel free to connect with me – Britney.butt@nygh.on.ca

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Cathy Downs

CNA Certified NSWOC nurse since 2012 Bachelor of Nursing, Athabasca University, Certified Community Health Nurse 2013 (CNA) Canadian Intravenous Nurses Association, Certified, January 2005 (CVAD) Current area of practice: Bayshore Home Health, providing NSWOC care in the Champlain LHIN Community setting

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Laura Robbs

Both a certified NSWOC and a Nurse Continence Advisor Spent + 17 years specializing only in continence nursing (outpatient and inpatient hospital care) Currently running the “Urology Resource Centre” seeing patients with continence issues, prostate and bladder cancer and men with sexual health issues. AA for continence program.

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Teri Schroeder

Faculty/Part Time Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing-SCBScN & LPN ET Solutions/Independent Practice Past CAET Board Regional Rep Prairies Participant ET Certification Exam Revision/ET Position Statement/Pt Decision guideline Self Catheterization/Etc.

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Eleanor Howard

NSWOC for 20 years with experience in acute care and community clinics in ostomy and wounds. Previously had been a surgical nursing instructor in Clinical Education/Staff Development Programs, at a School of Nursing and in University distance programs. Currently the Program Lead for the NS Wound Care Program

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Barb Plumstead

Graduate of CAET- ETNEP (2006) Wide range of clinical experience & education spanning a satisfying 40 year nursing career I love problem solving & “macgyvering” Current practice: Wound & Ostomy Community Hospital, Kitchener, ON I enjoy gardening, baking, & gourmet cooking  

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