Sally Thorne, RN
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Dr. Sally Thorne is a respected nursing leader, academic and sought-after expert on health and public policy. She is passionately committed to a strong and effective nursing professional association policy voice and to enriching the coordinated contributions of BC’s three nursing organizations in building a strong, healthy provincial nursing system.

As a former Director of the UBC School of Nursing, Sally has had a hand in teaching and supporting generations of RNs/NPs and she remains an approachable and supportive mentor across nursing careers. She has led many initiatives that have resulted in improved health for Canadians. Having served on numerous boards (including as current Chair of MSFHR) she brings a strong understanding of governance, fiduciary responsibility and strategic planning.

Sally strongly believes the people of BC deserve the benefit of a nursing vision on matters of public policy. She looks forward to working in collaboration with BC nurses to inspire public excitement about the contributions our profession makes to society.

Sally is a Director at Large of the Association of Registered Nurses of BC.

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