Helping Hands Healthcare
Research and Teaching Interests: Angela Kirlew has over 16 years of leadership experience in a variety of hospital settings, with a strong Geriatric and Emergency Department skill set. She is presently working on her completion of the Masters of Nursing/Nurse Practitioner program, with a family health focus.
She has over 12 years of nurse education/preceptorship experience. Angela has worked in many teaching hospitals for over 14 years, and is very familiar with policies and procedures as well as staff orientation and training modalities. She functions well in multidisciplinary team environments. Angela is very knowledgeable in the College of Nursing Best Practices and Accreditation standards.
Angela has also coordinated clinical rehabilitation research for over 7 years. She has assisted in the creation and maintenance of the Geriatric Assessment Clinic at the Credit Valley Hospital, as a Clinical Nurse Consultant; in which she has written an approved grant proposal for funding from the government for this nursing role.
Angela is energetic in her approach, and enjoys health teaching to staff and patient/families.