Experienced Educator

Elizabeth is an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) with the Department of Family Medicine, Division of Palliative Care. Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University. Understanding the significance of evidence-based practice and collaboration, she has been providing interprofessional education since 1999, teaching undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate learners. With experience presenting to the general public, health science students and healthcare professionals, she also has the privilege of teaching with: Pallium Canada; Acclaim Health; the Department of Interprofessional Education, University of Toronto; the School of Part-time and Graduate Studies. Continuing Education. Mohawk College; the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. University of Toronto; the Lyle S. Hallman Faculty of Social Work. Wilfrid Laurier University; the Department of Family & Community Medicine. Division of Palliative Care. University of Toronto; and the Department of Family Medicine. Division of Palliative Care. Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University.

Teaching

Elizabeth offers a variety of classes, seminars, and workshops. Past topics include:

Presentations can be tailored to your education and training needs.  CV and teaching dossier are available upon request. 

The most important questions don’t seem to have ready answers.
But the questions themselves have a healing power when they are shared.
An answer is an invitation to stop thinking about something, to stop wondering.
Life has no such stopping places, life is a process whose
every event is connected to the moment that just went by.
An unanswered question is a fine traveling companion.
It sharpens your eye for the road.
— Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen (2006). Kitchen Table Wisdom: Stories That Heal