Dr. Eunice Gorman
|R.N.||Toronto General Hospital, School of Nursing, George Brown College|
|B.S.W.||King’s University College at U.W.O.|
|Ph.D.||Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto|
Eunice has worked in the areas of oncology, palliative care, bereavement, perinatal bereavement, professional caregiver support and chronic illness as a clinician, teacher, researcher, administrator, and speaker throughout her career. Her current research interests include: end of life care, hope, chronic sorrow, loss across the lifespan, interprofessional education, legacy leaving, bereavement support groups, professional caregiver stress in palliative care and bereavement. She is involved in a number of community research partnerships with LHSC, Parkwood, the SouthWest LHIN, Goodwill and Daya Counselling, CHWO and Sickkids in Toronto, Ontario. Eunice sits on a number of local committees including patient and family and education committees at the CCAC, and the Bereavement Services Committee of London, Ontario. Eunice is a member of numerous Canadian, American and International professional associations related to illness, palliative care, grief and loss. She is a member of a national work group creating educational materials to support the social work competencies in end of life care developed by a cross section of highly skilled senior social work clinicians from across Canada. Eunice volunteers at The Carpenter Hospice and Bereaved Families of Ontario.