- BSN (Nursing), University of British Columbia
- MSN (Nursing), University of British Columbia
Elizabeth Beddard-Huber, RN, MSN, a graduate from the University of British Columbia has worked in the field of palliative care as a clinician, instructor and researcher. She worked as a Registered Nurse at the BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver and Auckland General Hospital, New Zealand. She was the Palliative Care Coordinator for a rural community in BC, a nursing instructor for the University of Victoria, an Advanced Practice Nurse with the Vancouver Cancer Centre Pain and Symptom Management/Palliative Care Team and a Clinical Nurse Specialist with the Palliative Care Program at Vancouver General Hospital. Currently she is the Clinical Lead for the Serious Illness Conversation Initiative with the BC Centre for Palliative Care and an Adjunct Professor with the School of Nursing at UBC.
- Member - CRNBC
- Member - CNA-Hospice Palliative Care Certification
- Advisor - Canadian Partnership Against Cancer - Person Centred Care Committee
Research involving parenteral nutrition for cancer patients and management of abdominal ascites using an indwelling catheter.
Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed
Hawley, P., Beddard-Huber, E., et al. (2011). Intrathecal infusions for intractable cancer pain: A qualitative study of the impact on a case series of patients and caregivers. The Journal of the Canadian Pain Society, 14(5), 371-370.
In my role as Advanced Practice Nurse at BC Cancer Agency, I have taught in clinical, classroom, seminar and conference settings.