WOW Wednesday

Nursing Stories: What Opportunities We Share in Career Development

Wednesday, June 1, 2022
12:15 PM – 12:55 PM CST

Speaker: Nicole Wilson is a Critical Care Nurse, HSC Shared Health

Nicole graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2016 and started her career at HSC on GH3, an acute surgical unit specializing in urology, general surgery and surgical oncology. Nicole began the Winnipeg Critical Care Nursing Education Program in September 2019 and upon completion accepted a position in MICU. Nicole lives in St. Norbert with her fiancée and the head of their household, a cavapoo named Ted. When not at work Nicole enjoys going for dinner with friends or family, working out, travelling, and cheering on the Winnipeg Jets.


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Previous WOW Sessions

Wednesday, May 4, 2022
12:15 PM – 12:55 PM CST

Lana Happychuk has been a Registered Nurse for 15 years.  She is currently working in Pubic Health for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority as an RN, Authorized Prescriber.  She has the licensing notation as an authorized prescriber for reproductive health, STBBI and travel health client populations.  She has been able to utilize both licensing notations: Reproductive Health and STBBI while previously working at Nine Circles Community Health Centre and Travel Health. She is currently based out of the WRHA Travel Health and Tropical Medicine Services Clinic.  She loves strong coffee and is someone who would not thrive day-to-day without at least a low level of constant chaos.  She is also known as “momma” to her busy “Warrior-Princess-Wizards” named Amelia and Gabrielle, and their seven month old four-legged side-kick, Owen. 

Wednesday, April 6, 2022
12:15 PM – 12:55 PM CST

Speaker: Danielle Lobert is a Best Practice Educator – Obstetrics at the Thompson General Hospital

Danielle Lobert is a Best Practice Educator – Obstetrics at the Thompson General Hospital and in the surrounding area which includes Lynn Lake, Leaf Rapids, and Gillam in the Northern Health Region. She received her Bachelor of Nursing from the University of Manitoba in 2010 where she specialized in obstetrics and rural and Northern nursing. She has two kids and lives in Thompson, MB

Wednesday, March. 2, 2022
12:15 PM – 12:55 PM CST

Speaker: Stephanie Robertson, Clinical Educator For Prairie Mountain Health with a focus in Emergency Department at Brandon Regional Health Center

Stephanie Robertson is a Registered Nurse and a Regional Clinical Educator for Emergency in the Prairie Mountain Health Region, based out of Brandon Regional Health Centre.  She received her Bachelor of Nursing degree in 2009 from the University of Manitoba.  After graduating, she started her career at Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg working as a Nurse II on a surgical ward. She has 3 kids and lives in the small southwestern community of Minto, MB.

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