Amie Archibald-Varley, RN, MN-CP Women’s Health, is a thought leader in advancing health equity and political health activism in healthcare. She inspires others to speak their truths and brings communities together to engage in “courageous conversations”. She is a dynamic speaker, scholar and medical media contributor. She currently works at Niagara Health as a Quality and Patient Safety Specialist for Emergency Services and Accreditation Canada Quality Lead.
Amie is the co-host of the successful “Gritty Nurse Podcast” which discusses hot topics in healthcare. Amie is also the Director of Multimedia at CanadiEM, which is “a community of practice for Canadian Emergency Medicine practitioners
by producing and distributing high quality, freely available educational resources”.
Amie has been featured on numerous TV, Radio and News media outlets nationally and internationally. During the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic she has been a frequent medical contributor on CBC, CTV, Global News, CityNews, The Agenda, CTV W5, and TODAY. She has written for The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine & Toronto Star. Amie is also a Keynote speaker, an expert at engagement, a healthcare/podcast consultant and has volunteered in her community speaking
extensively about vaccine hesitancy, mental health and health advocacy.