Education and Training Committee
Kim hopes to make a difference by contributing her insights that will help health care providers and the public identify and recognize what frailty is, why it’s important to consider frailty in health, personal care and social care, and how to work with those who are living with frailty. Kim has both personal and professional experience with frailty, acting as a caregiver to both her parents and parents in-law, as well as a nurse educator (MEd) for almost 25 years. Though now retired, she remains an active member of her community. Kim dedicates some of her time as a volunteer with the Red Cross, as well as, being a long-time board member with the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan. She has been an active member of Patients for Patient Safety Canada since 2009.