Episode 114: A conversation with Donna Wilson on family conflict at the end of life

In Today’s episode, Saul talks to Dr. Donna Wilson. Donna is a Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta, with appointments in the Faculty of Medicine at University of Limerick. Donna has worked as a staff nurse, nursing supervisor, senior hospital administrator, media commentator, educator, researcher, and professor in Alberta, British Columbia, New Zealand, Texas, and Ireland.
Donna’s research program focuses on health services and health policy; primarily in relation to aging, ageism, and end-of-life care. Her work is oriented to myth busting, to ensure effective and accessible healthcare services for older and younger people. Her investigations often involve population data and mixed-methods research. She has over 300 articles, books, book chapters, and other peer-reviewed communications in print. She is frequently and widely consulted for expert commentary on aging, end-of-life care, health policy, healthcare services, and health system trends and issues.
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