Queen's University IRC

Carol De Rosie

Carol De Rosie is a Registered Nurse who spent most of her adult life in Toronto working at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre where she worked in Oncology. As an active staff member, Carol sat on numerous hospital committees through the years including the Diversity, Ethics, Fiscal Advisory, and Nursing Advisory.

Carol held positions with the Ontario Nurses Association, Local 80 as: Grievance Officer, First Vice President, and for 10 years, full time President. During those years she led complicated negotiations during hospital restructuring, and managed grievances, arbitrations, mediation, professional practice, contract negotiations, return to work, and accommodation issues for her members.

In 2003, Sunnybrook learned first-hand the importance of strong and collaborative health and safety practices during SARs. As the Worker Co-chair of a productive and highly functional 40 member Joint Health and Safety Committee, Carol led the successful shift in the safety culture at Sunnybrook.

In 2006, Carol and her family moved to Kingston where she started a consulting company. She then worked for Ontario Nurses Association, teaching labour relations, health & safety, professional practice, return to work, and accommodation. As well as a servicing Labour Relations Officer and Chief Negotiator, she represented nurses working in the community, nursing homes, hospitals, and public health units sectors.

Upon retirement in 2015, Carol revived her consulting company and for the past two years has focused on staff engagement, conflict resolution, healthy workplaces, and leadership, predominantly in the health care field.

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