Jodi Tuck, RN, HBSc, MSc(A), is a Registered Nurse and Assistant Professor at the Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University. She is the Co-chair of Global and Indigenous Health Nursing-McGill, Co-founder of the first Canadian Global Health Master’s Concentration in Nursing and strives to incorporate Global, Indigenous and Planetary health competencies in Nursing education. Jodi is currently focusing on supporting reconciliation by cultivating understanding through hands-on experiences in Indigenous settings for students and working to improve access to Nursing education for Inuit learners in Quebec. She is the newly appointed Nurse-Entry Master’s Program Director and the Global, Indigenous and Community Health Partnerships Coordinator.

Gender & Health,
Sexual & Reproductive Health,
Social Determinants of Health,
Indigenous Health