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Conseil d’administration

Le Conseil d’administration de l’ACIIS/CANAC se compose de neuf administrateurs. Le Comité exécutif (élu par l’ensemble des membres de l’ACIIS) se compose de : Président(e), Président(e)-élu(e), Trésorier(ère), et Secrétaire. Les cinq représentants régionaux (élus par les membres de leurs régions respectives) sont : Provinces de l’Atlantique, Québec, Ontario, Prairies, T. N.-O. et Nunavut, région du Pacifique.
La durée du mandat de chaque membre du Conseil d’administration est de deux ans, à l’exception de celui du président. Le président (choisi d’abord en tant que « président-élu « ) occupe le poste de président-élu pendant un an, puis celui de président pendant deux ans et, enfin, celui de président sortant pendant un an. Tous les mandats débutent le 1er novembre de l’année de l’élection.

Comité executif

  • Craig Phillips

    PhD, LLM, RN, ACRN, FAAN
    President-elect
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    Craig Phillips

    PhD, LLM, RN, ACRN, FAAN
    President-elect
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    Craig Phillips strives toward human rights-based and decolonizing approaches to higher education governance and community engaged research and nursing practice approaches. He is Vice Dean Governance and Secretary, Faculty of Health Sciences and professor of nursing. He is Co-Director of the International Nursing Network for HIV Research and an Investigator in the Centre for Research on Health and Nursing, a partnership between University of Ottawa and Canadian Nurses Association (CNA). His program of research, titled the ecosocial context of health as a human right, has documented social factors influencing nursing practices and health outcomes with and among marginalized populations, primarily persons living with HIV, in Botswana, Canada, Nigeria, and the United States. He has held external research funds from Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), professional organizations (American Nurses Foundation), and philanthropic foundations (Elton John AIDS Foundation). He was inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in 2015 for his significant contributions to advance nursing globally and he co-chaired and chaired the Academy’s LGBTQ+ Health Expert Panel (2018-2020) to advocate for just policy approaches to alleviate health disparities experienced by LGBTQ+ people globally. He holds an LLM in intercultural human rights law and BSN, MSN and PhD in nursing. His nursing and human rights legal training and experiences have guided his practices as a nurse, nurse educator, researcher, and administrator for more than 25 years.

  • Kelly Muhsin

    RN, BScN, BA
    Secrétaire
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    Kelly Muhsin

    RN, BScN, BA
    Secrétaire
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  • Jeff Reinhart

    RN, BScN, BA
    Trésorier
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    Jeff Reinhart

    RN, BScN, BA
    Trésorier
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Craig Phillips

PhD, LLM, RN, ACRN, FAAN
President-elect

Craig Phillips strives toward human rights-based and decolonizing approaches to higher education governance and community engaged research and nursing practice approaches. He is Vice Dean Governance and Secretary, Faculty of Health Sciences and professor of nursing. He is Co-Director of the International Nursing Network for HIV Research and an Investigator in the Centre for Research on Health and Nursing, a partnership between University of Ottawa and Canadian Nurses Association (CNA). His program of research, titled the ecosocial context of health as a human right, has documented social factors influencing nursing practices and health outcomes with and among marginalized populations, primarily persons living with HIV, in Botswana, Canada, Nigeria, and the United States. He has held external research funds from Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), professional organizations (American Nurses Foundation), and philanthropic foundations (Elton John AIDS Foundation). He was inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing in 2015 for his significant contributions to advance nursing globally and he co-chaired and chaired the Academy’s LGBTQ+ Health Expert Panel (2018-2020) to advocate for just policy approaches to alleviate health disparities experienced by LGBTQ+ people globally. He holds an LLM in intercultural human rights law and BSN, MSN and PhD in nursing. His nursing and human rights legal training and experiences have guided his practices as a nurse, nurse educator, researcher, and administrator for more than 25 years.

Kelly Muhsin

RN, BScN, BA
Secrétaire

Jeff Reinhart

RN, BScN, BA
Trésorier

 

 

Représentants régionaux

  • Daniel Sheppard

    RN
    Atlantic
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    Daniel Sheppard

    RN
    Atlantic
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    Daniel has worked in HIV care since 2018, coming from a 10 year career as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care. He currently works with the Department of Infectious Diseases in Halifax as their only HIV clinic nurse. He also works at a walk in STI testing clinic. Daniel is a member of the PReP Action Committee, a project through Canadian Based Research Center with a common goal to obtain coverage for treatment as prevention in Nova Scotia. He has participated in events aimed at helping people understand and access PReP, and has lead discussions around HIV stigma and U=U.
    Daniel currently sits on the board for the Halifax Sexual Health Center, a not for profit clinic. He has also worked with Pride Health, a provincial initiative that helps LGBTIQ+ people navigate the sometimes frustrating healthcare system. Through community engagement and working within the hospitals, Daniel has helped to educate healthcare workers and the public on the unique needs of LGBTIQ+ people, specifically around trans health and sexual health.

  • Serena Eagland

    BSN, RN (C)
    Pacifique
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    Serena Eagland

    BSN, RN (C)
    Pacifique
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  • Natalie Meade

    RN, BScN
    Ontario
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    Natalie Meade

    RN, BScN
    Ontario
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  • Kim Dersken

    Prairies et le Nord
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    Kim Dersken

    Prairies et le Nord
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  • (Biographie à venir)

Daniel Sheppard

RN
Atlantic

Daniel has worked in HIV care since 2018, coming from a 10 year career as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care. He currently works with the Department of Infectious Diseases in Halifax as their only HIV clinic nurse. He also works at a walk in STI testing clinic. Daniel is a member of the PReP Action Committee, a project through Canadian Based Research Center with a common goal to obtain coverage for treatment as prevention in Nova Scotia. He has participated in events aimed at helping people understand and access PReP, and has lead discussions around HIV stigma and U=U.
Daniel currently sits on the board for the Halifax Sexual Health Center, a not for profit clinic. He has also worked with Pride Health, a provincial initiative that helps LGBTIQ+ people navigate the sometimes frustrating healthcare system. Through community engagement and working within the hospitals, Daniel has helped to educate healthcare workers and the public on the unique needs of LGBTIQ+ people, specifically around trans health and sexual health.

Serena Eagland

BSN, RN (C)
Pacifique

Natalie Meade

RN, BScN
Ontario

Kim Dersken

Prairies et le Nord

Atlantique

(Biographie à venir)

Direction

L’ACIIS est dirigée par un Conseil d’administration élu, composé de quatre agents exécutifs et de cinq représentants régionaux pour les zones géographiques suivantes : Région du Pacifique; Prairies et le Nord; Ontario; Québec; Provinces de l’Atlantique. Les responsabilités et fonctions du Conseil d’administration sont présentées en détail dans un ensemble complet de politiques et procédures : lien vers les RÈGLEMENT (en anglais). Une liste complète des membres actuels du Conseil d’administration peut être consultée en cliquant ici. L’assemblée générale annuelle a lieu pendant la conférence annuelle de l’ACIIS qui se déroule habituellement au printemps.

Le conseil d’administration a conçu et mis à jour du matériel afin de contribuer à l’avancement de la mission de l’ACIIS. Actuellement en subissant des révisions finales, ce matériel comprend notamment :

L’ACIIS est un groupe d’intérêt infirmier associé de l’Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada (AIIC) et une œuvre de bienfaisance enregistrée auprès de l’Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada. Par conséquent, les politiques en vigueur figurant dans notre Règlement sont conformes aux exigences établies par l’AIIC et à la Loi de l’impôt sur le revenu fédérale.