Mary-Anne Parker is an End-of-Life researcher whose work and learning have evolved into critically examining end of life care in Canada. As the new development coordinator for the Saskatchewan Hospice Palliative Care Association, she is excited to be involved in advocacy and research which she hopes will add to the recognition that meaningful end-of-life care is crucial to both client and family well-being. Her Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies applied thesis project involved an in-depth philosophical and phenomenological study of the Canadian death doula role within the long-term care context. In another lifetime she has enjoyed careers in marketing communications, fundraising, and writing. Mary-Anne is also an artist with a particular fondness for florals.
SHPCA hires new Administrative and Development Coordinator.
Updated: Nov 10, 2021