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Dr. Rani Srivastava

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Chief of Nursing and Professional...

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...   more
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD , medical sciences
    University of Toronto
  • Masters of Science , Nursing
    University of Toronto
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CAMH: Board Of Trustees Bios
www.camh.ca, 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Kelly Meighen | Gordon Bell | John Bowcott | Jim Griffiths | Christine Hart | Thomas Hofmann | Bill Hogarth | Pam Jolliffe | Mark Krembil | Betsy Little | Tom MacMillan | Anne Ramsay | Murray Segal | Robert Walsh | Victor Willis | David Wilson | Dr. Catherine Zahn | Dr. Vincenzo De Luca | Ana Lopes | Dr. Benoit Mulsant | Rani Srivastava | Dr. Trevor Young
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Rani Srivastava Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice Rani Srivastava is the Chief of Nursing & Professional Practice at CAMH. In this role, she oversees the Professional Practice Department, which includes Professional Practice, Quality & Safety, Ethics, and Client Relations. She joined CAMH in 2003 as the Deputy Chief, Nursing Practice, bringing with her extensive experience in nursing practice, education, consultation, policy, administration, and research. She has developed practice guidelines for nurses and is frequently asked to be a workshop facilitator or speaker.
Rani also holds academic appointments: Assistant Professor, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing and Associate member, School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto as well as Adjunct Professor, York University School of Nursing. Her formal education includes Bachelor of Nursing (with honours) from Dalhousie University (1981) and a Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Toronto (1986) and a PhD (medical sciences) from the University of Toronto (2008).
Aurat Health Services - A dedicated South Asian Women's organization that strives to empower South Asian women
www.aurat.ca, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
RANI SRIVASTAVA
Rani Srivastava is a nursing professional with interest and expertise in integrating issues of equity, diversity, and access into day today practice, at the individual as well as organizational level. She is the author of a textbook on cultural competence entitled The Healthcare Professional's Guide to Clinical Cultural Competence. She also chaired a national panel on development of best practice guidelines for Embracing Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence. Presently she is the Chief, Nursing Practice at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. She also holds academic appointments at Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto and School of Nursing at York University in Toronto. Rani received a Bachelor of Nursing from Dalhousie University, Halifax, and Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Toronto. She has recently completed her doctoral studies at the University of Toronto and her dissertation is titled: Influence of organizational factors on clinical cultural competence.
Executive Committee - ACEN | ACDSI
acen.ca, 16 Nov 2014 [cached]
Rani Srivastava - Regional Advisor (ONTARIO) 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.
CAMH: Executive Leadership Team bios
www.camh.ca, 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Dr. Catherine Zahn | Darrell Gregersen | Dev Chopra | Dr. Benoit Mulsant | Rani Srivastava | Sarah Downey | Dr. Bruce G. Pollock | Dr. Ivan Silver | Lori Spadorcia | Kim Bellissimo | Tracey MacArthur​ | Kristin L. Taylor | David Cunic | Hilary Rodrigues
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Rani Srivastava Chief of Nursing and Professional Practice Rani Srivastava is the Chief of Nursing & Professional Practice at CAMH. In this role, she oversees the Professional Practice Department, which includes Professional Practice, Quality & Safety, Ethics, and Client Relations. Rani joined CAMH in 2003 as the Deputy Chief, Nursing Practice, bringing with her extensive experience in nursing practice, education, consultation, policy, administration, and research. Rani has developed practice guidelines for nurses and is frequently asked to be a workshop facilitator or speaker. Rani also holds academic appointments: Assistant Professor, Lawrence Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing and Associate member, School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto as well as Adjunct Professor, York University School of Nursing.
Staffing is not a universal problem, ...
www.wpnonline.com, 17 Feb 2015 [cached]
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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