Patrice Latka

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Assistant Professor Faculty of Community Services Midwifery Education Program Toronto, Ontario patrice.latka@ryerson.ca

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Patrice Latka graduated from the Midwifery Education Program at Toronto Metropolitan University in 1999 and has had the privilege of working as a midwife and educator in a variety of settings. From Canada’s largest urban centres, to the most remote Inuit communities of the Canadian Arctic, Patric...

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Patrice Latka graduated from the Midwifery Education Program at Toronto Metropolitan University in 1999 and has had the privilege of working as a midwife and educator in a variety of settings. From Canada’s largest urban centres, to the most remote Inuit communities of the Canadian Arctic, Patrice has served families and taught perinatal healthcare providers for over 20 years. Patrice is a non-practicing registrant in Ontario and BC and a midwife with Special Authorization to work in Québec. She has a Master of Science in Community Health from the University of Toronto with a specialty in interprofessional medical education. In addition to teaching in the Midwifery Education Program at Toronto Metropolitan University, Patrice is an instructor of obstetrical emergency management courses including NRP, ALARM, MEST, ESW and FHS. As a subject matter expert in emergency obstetrical management, Patrice teaches interprofessional perinatal healthcare providers while working as an educational content developer for various perinatal organizations. Realistic high fidelity obstetrical emergencies simulations are Patrice’s specialty!

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