Veronique Fraser, RN, MSc (Applied) MSc (Bioethics)

Veronique joined the Centre for Applied Ethics at the McGill University Health Centre in the fall of 2015. As an ethics advisor, her work focuses on ethics consultation, ethics education, research ethics review, policy/guideline development, and promoting public engagement with bioethics issues through lectures in the community. Her clinical background as an emergency room nurse combined with her background in philosophy has fostered her deep commitment to understanding and addressing ethical issues arising in health care.

Veronique has an undergraduate degree in philosophy and graduate degrees in nursing and bioethics. She completed a fellowship in Clinical and Organizational Ethics at the Centre for Clinical Ethics in collaboration with the Joint Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto in 2015. Her research interests include: global health and the ethics of humanitarian aid, professional practices of applied ethics, and ethical issues in medical aid in dying.