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Dr. Rani Srivastava H.

Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Direct Phone: (416) ***-**** ext. *****       

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

33 Russell Street (Russell And Spadina)

Toronto, Ontario M5S 2S1

Canada

Company Description

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital, as well as one of the world's leading research centres in its field. CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor At the Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty
University of Toronto

Affiliations

Board Member
Aurat Health Services Inc

Lecturer and Board Member
Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

Lecturer and Board Member
Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

Education

Bachelor of Nursing

Dalhousie University , Halifax

Masters of Science
Nursing
University of Toronto

PhD

Institute of Medical Science

PhD

U of T. She

PhD
medical sciences
University of Toronto

doctoral degree

University of Toronto

Web References (119 Total References)


Executive Committee - ACEN | ACDSI

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Rani Srivastava - Chair, Leadership/Policy Committee Deputy Chief, Nursing Practice Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Toronto, ON

Dr. Rani Srivastava currently holds the position of Chief of Nursing & Professional Practice at the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health (CAMH), Assistant Professor at the Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto and Adjunct Professor, York University, Toronto. Her areas of professional expertise include: cultural competence and health equity; knowledge transfer; organizational dynamics, and professional practice. She is the author/editor of a textbook entitled: The Healthcare Professional's Guide to Clinical Cultural Competence and has written on the influence of religion and ethics on health care. She has served as chair for a national panel which developed best practice guideline for Embracing Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence through the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, co-chair for RNAO Best Practice Guideline Panel on Interprofessional Care and worked with the regulatory body to develop practice guideline for nurses in Providing Culturally Sensitive Care. Her current work is focused on cultural competence from a leadership and organizational perspective as well as approaches for inter-professional education and inter-professional collaboration.


This inaugural event was opened by ...

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This inaugural event was opened by Dr. Rani Srivastava, CAMH Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice, who shared her thoughts on the role of the collaborative in advancing the mental health and well-being of South Asian communities.


This inaugural event was opened by ...

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This inaugural event was opened by Dr. Rani Srivastava, CAMH Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice, who shared her thoughts on the role of the collaborative in advancing the mental health and well-being of South Asian communities.


Staffing is not a universal problem, ...

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Staffing is not a universal problem, said Rani Srivastava, CAMH's chief of nursing and professional practice, and issues occurred even when there was a full complement of staff on duty, according to past internal investigations.

Immediately following any such event, management conducts its own incident analysis, focusing on securing the situation, debriefing and coming up with prevention methods and lessons learned to mitigate future hazards, she said.
"That helps us look at, 'What are the contributing factors?'" Srivastava said.


Staffing is not a universal problem, ...

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Staffing is not a universal problem, said Rani Srivastava, CAMH's chief of nursing and professional practice, and issues occurred even when there was a full complement of staff on duty, according to past internal investigations.

Immediately following any such event, management conducts its own incident analysis, focusing on securing the situation, debriefing and coming up with prevention methods and lessons learned to mitigate future hazards, she said.
"That helps us look at, 'What are the contributing factors?'" Srivastava said.

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