Dr. Janice Mulder graduated from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of
Medicine in 1982. She presently works with the Winnipeg Regional Health
Authority Palliative Care Program (a sub-program of family medicine) and
is a lecturer in family medicine at the University of Manitoba. She has
been the co-editor of the Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians
newsletter and also a board member of the Canadian Association of Psychosocial
Oncology where she served as the chair of the communication committee.
She received her training in palliative medicine at the University of
Manitoba and has been working in the field since 1996. In addition, Dr.
Mulder has worked as a palliative care consultant in community hospitals
and in the community, and has cared for people at Jocelyn House, a home-based
hospice in Winnipeg.
Palliative care is her passion and she has a special interest in the
role of healing in end-of-life care. Presently, she is exploring the role
of art in healing and enjoys expressing herself in poetry. She is married
with two teenage boys.
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