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Brenda Moodie, BScN, RN, NSWOC

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Brenda Moodie is an Anishinabek nurse from the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation community, in southwest Ontario. In 1994, Brenda started on her nursing journey with a Diploma in Nursing. She went on to receive a Degree in Nursing and added a speciality in wound, ostomy and continence. She received many of her life lessons in different care settings over the years, starting with long term care. Brenda has worked in acute care settings at the area hospitals and First Nation communities all over Canada. She is currently working as a Home & Community Case Manager for Six Nations Health with a population of over 10,000 community members living on reserve.
Brenda believes strongly that ongoing education of front line healthcare workers and community members is the key to managing all aspects of a clients’ wellness journey, to ensure that whatever that journey looks like, is one the client chooses. Brenda passionately advocates for her clients, whether with internal or external partners, to give the client quality care that reflects current standards of practice while maintaining clients’ dignity and freedom to choose.
“There is a longing among all people and creatures to have a sense of purpose and worth. To satisfy that common longing in all of us we must respect each other.”
-- Chief Dan George

Presentations

Raising the Standard of Indigenous Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Health