Amy Lewis

Amy Lewis is a recent graduate of the Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing Program at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada, and is now in the first year of the Master of Science in Nursing Program. Amy is commended for her academic achievements during her undergraduate studies, receiving the Arthur Labatt Family Graduate Scholarship in Nursing, and the Dr. Edith M. McDowell Award for highest average entering master’s level nursing studies.

Her passions include research, education, and political advocacy, which flourished during her experience as a research assistant for the Mental Health Nursing Research Alliance at Lawson Health Research Institute in London. She is also focusing on a leadership role as the Co-President of ASPIRE, the Alliance of Students Providing Interprofessional Resources and Education, to integrate a student-led clinic in London, Ontario that provides health promotion, education, and primary care services in the community.

Undergraduate Award Global Winner in 2017

University: Western University
Category: Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Healthcare

Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Initiatives for Inuit Youth in Canada

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