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Elaine Mordoch

Elaine Mordoch is an adjunct professor at the College of Nursing, University of Manitoba, where she taught mental health theory to students in the Pas, Thompson, and Winnipeg. Dr. Mordoch also spent twenty years teaching counselling skills to community wellness workers enrolled in what was once known as the university’s Aboriginal Focus Program. She has remained passionate about mental health nursing throughout her career, in teaching, in practice, and in research focusing on topics like Indigenous students’ perceptions of intergenerational trauma on education, suicide prevention, and most recently, the lived experiences of Two-Spirit people with Elder Albert McLeod. She is a longstanding supporter of the Winnipeg Suicide Prevention Network.

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