Disaster Management, Emergency Preparedness, Public Health, Emergency Response
Kim Fournier began her career as a Medic in the Canadian Forces, which included multi-disciplinary responsibilities in emergency response by land, sea and air, mass casualty response, aircraft crash exercises, public education, training, teaching, human resources, and management. She later specialized as a Preventive Medicine Specialist and worked with hazard and risk evaluation, public education, public health, prevention of injury and disease, deployment/international health, control and mitigation of communicable disease outbreaks, water quality, food borne illness, and occupational health and safety. She also worked for provincial emergency management (EMBC) and involved with the Red Cross.
Training & Development
Leadership & Project Management
Education and Professional Development
Health & Survival