Healthy Public Policy
II Fort Erie Is Unique
III A Unique Source of Funding
IV The Group's History
V Getting Started
VI Notable Support
VII Next Steps
By Catherine Mindorff, Volunteer Project Chair, Community Health and Wellness Fort Erie
With nearly twenty years of nursing experience and graduate training as an epidemiologist, Catherine oversees project management and is responsible for facilitating research planning and implementation. She also leads critical analysis of the local empirical quantitative and qualitative data. Catherine's family has lived in Fort Erie for thirty-seven years and she is founder and executive director of the Fort Erie Refugee Reception and Migration Health Centre. Catherine is a regular author and presenter of research abstracts.
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