Instructors with a wide range of backgrounds:
Anna brings to the MedGlobe team an extensive medical and travel background as well as a long history of mentoring youths and helping them to develop leadership skills.
Anna graduated from the Physiotherapy program at McGill University. She continued her studies at Brock University by completing her Masterís of Applied Disability Studies in 2009.
For the past 5 years, Anna has served low-income clients working as a community physiotherapist in the Toronto area.
When not working or teaching emergency care programs, she continues to mentor youths through the Girl Guides of Canada where she has functioned as a Leader for the past ten years. She currently manages a Guiding Ranger Unit for 15-18 year old girls and has travelled extensively with her unit around the world including Mexico, England, France, Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Annaís mentoring also included volunteered at a centre for international youth leadership and social awareness in Mexico for 3 months.
Further travels include China, India, New Zealand, Alaska, Central America, and extensively in Europe and North America.
Anna has a passion for canoe tripping and wilderness camping which she has done for 15 years currently holding an Ontario Recreational Canoe and Kayak Association (ORCKA) Level D and Canoe Tripping qualifications as well as Bronze Med/Bronze Cross through the Lifesaving Society of Canada. She is also an accomplished musician performing regularly in various groups and musical theatre productions in Southern Ontario.
Anna teaches a range of emergency care programs ranging from basic first aid and Wilderness First Aid to some of our more advanced programs.
Anna Rose, B.Sc (PT), M.ADS
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