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Emily Hamilton

Lead, Stakeholder Engagement- BC Emergency Health Services

Provincial Health Services Authority

HQ Phone:  (604) 675-7400

Direct Phone: (604) ***-****direct phone

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Provincial Health Services Authority

700-1380 Burrard St

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6Z 2H3

Canada

Company Description

PHSA operates nine agencies and services: ?Cancer Agencies BC Centre for Disease Control BC Children's and Sunny Hill Health Care Centre BC Mental Health and Addiction Services  BC Renal Agency BC Transplant BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Cardiac Servic...more

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Employment History

Lead, Integration and Transformation - Patient Care Communications and Planning

Provincial Health Services Authority


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Simply Fit with Emily


Co-Executive Director

eatART Foundation


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sustainability | The Daily Gumboot

dailygumboot.ca [cached]

Exhibits include interactive touch sensitive sculptures, a wearable walking machine, the first walking electric vehicle, and a 50 ft electromagnetic snake."We define energy as the exertion of vigour or power, and the vitality and intensity of expression," said said Emily Hamilton, Curator and Co-executive Director of eatART.
"Energy manifests through art through mood, emotion, movement, materials, narrative, connection with the viewer, and sources of power and light. eatART is a volunteer-run charity organization that provides space and support artists, performers, engineers, and robotic sensationalists to gather, network and collaborate. "We give artists the opportunity to demonstrate their explorations of energy and sustainability, promote their message and to gain exposure," added Ms. Hamilton.


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