Joining TWU in 2018, Dr. Angela Wolff is an outstanding scholar who brings research together with clinical practice for sustainable practice change. She has worked in all sectors of practice: education, regulatory, research, and practice.
Wolff is a certified health executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Her leadership expertise and contributions to both the practice and discipline of nursing, and to healthcare services broadly in the region, are remarkable. She combines continuous quality improvement with a spirit of inquiry and strategic mindset to deconstruct and rebuild complex systems, generate ideas, and envision solutions that advance practice and transform systems for better health.
She was a recipient of the UBC School of Nursing Centenary Medal of Distinction (2019) and the Excellence in Research Award from the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (2014).
Passionate about undergraduate, graduate, and ongoing post-licensure education, Wolff has sought to support new graduate nurse transition, educator/clinical teacher development, specialty education, and practice changes. With her methodological expertise and her professional connections, Wolff fills a unique niche in the School of Nursing.
Wolff holds affiliated researcher status at the Fraser Health Authority in BC. Her current program of research examines the needs and factors influencing clinicians’ ability to integrate patient-reported outcome measures into their everyday practice.
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