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Hari G Nair

| Physiotherapist | Coach |


Topic: Women lead Women’s Healthcare and Equity

Women’s College Hospital is a world leader in health for women, health equity and health system solutions – a hospital designed to keep people out of hospital. They are developing ground-breaking
innovations that address issues related to population health, patient
experience and system costs. They advocate for health equity because
they know that a healthy society requires a level playing field where everyone has access to timely, high quality, efficient and compassionate care.

Hari is a specialist in chronic/persistent pain management with background in coaching as well as expertise in meditation and exercise therapy. 

Hari is an alumnus of Ontario Internationally Educated Physiotherapy Bridging Program (OIEPB) with University of Toronto and graduated with Award for Clinical Excellence. 

Hari is a guest lecturer on pain modules to Master of Science Physical Therapy and Ontario Internationally Educated Physiotherapy Bridging Program (OIEPB) learners at University of Toronto. 

Hari is a PCC and holds post-graduate degrees in Management and Applied Psychology. 

His typical role involves 4 days with TAPMI- providing individual consultations and facilitating group exercise/therapy programs for persistent/chronic pain population. One day of the week is dedicated to surgical unit to assist hip/knee surgical patients with same day discharge protocol. 

In addition to his full time job at WCH, Hari works part-time at Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga, Canada as an ICU Physiotherapist in acute care medicine department. 


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