Louise Lee, MEd, MA, is specialized in distance education and instructional design. She is experienced in designing, implementing and evaluating educational programs delivered online and face-to-face. Louise started her position as an education specialist at the Department of Supportive Care and GIPPEC in 2015. She previously worked at York University Continuing Education as a program coordinator and language instructor, where she delivered a number of new programs in Canada and abroad, including China, Turkey and Palestine. Her research interests include open education, learning management systems, social media, and mobile learning.
On December 6-7, Dr. Stein Kaasa, chair of the European Palliative Care Research Centre and Professor Jon Harvard Loge from Norway visited the Department of Supportive Care and...Read more »
After months of planning across two continents by the collaborative research teams in Canada and in Africa, mid-October 2016 was a flurry of activity as Richard Powell (local Principal Investigator) and Nancy Gikaara (Research Assistant) traversed Kenya to launch the quality of death and dying (QODD) study in three local...Read more »
The 2nd annual GIPPEC symposium, held on November 15 and 16 in Toronto, focused on improving access to palliative and end-of-life care for the First Nations, Inuit and Métis (FNIM) communities.
Following a traditional smudging ceremony, the symposium kicked off with the keynote speaker, Dr. Carrie Bourassa, Chair in Northern and...Read more »
GIPPEC is working with our partners, Dr. Faith Mwangi Powell and Richard Powell, on a research project, measuring the quality of death and dying in the Kenyan hospices. Here we are filming to create elearning modules for training researchers to administer the questionnaire and collect data for the...Read more »