Anna Power Horlick
Anna began her Nursing career in Halifax, Nova Scotia with an interest in orthopaedics. She relocated to Victoria, B.C., working again in orthopaedics and after moving to Saskatoon spent the next 20 years in post anaesthesia care at Royal University and St. Paul’s Hospitals, which lead to a keen interest in acute and chronic pain management. For the last 8 years Anna has been a program planner and Client Care Coordinator at the Saskatoon Health Region’s (SHR) Chronic Pain Centre. Anna is completing a Master’s Degree in Nursing at the University of Saskatchewan.
Anna is a member of the SHR Tri- Site Interprofessional Paediatric Pain Management Committee, the Canadian Pain Society, The Canadian Pain Coalition (Member Group SRNA), and the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA)Nursing Special Interest Group on Pain Management, as well as Conference committee member for an annual Provincial Pain Management conference with the College of Nursing Continuing Education Department. Anna also serves on the Saskatoon Health Region Ethics Committee.
Anna's work with the SRNA SIG on Pain Management for Saskatchewan has been successful in gaining Provincial Health Ministry support and Anna was chosen to represent the SIG at the National Pain Summit in Ottawa, 2012.