Tyne M. Lunn (she/her) ACP
As Project Coordinator with the Covenant Health Palliative Institute, Tyne leads the Alberta Palliative Care Competencies and Education grant initiative. Preparing her pathway into research, Tyne previously served an 18-year frontline paramedic career, spanning diverse interprofessional clinical practice settings in remote/rural Alberta (fixed wing air/ground/fire services); most recently serving in an Advanced Care and Community Paramedic Specialist role for the EMS Mobile Integrated Healthcare department of Alberta Health Services, Alberta, Canada. Additional roles include: Outreach and Engagement – Paramedic Grief Support, Canadian Virtual Hospice, Canada; Outreach and Engagement Lead – Underserved Populations, Canadian Virtual Hospice, Canada; Member, McNally Project for Paramedicine Research, Canada; Culturally Proficient Care Context of Practice Working Group Lead – National Occupational Standard for Paramedics (NOSP), Paramedic Association of Canada, Canada. Tyne is an active volunteer within her profession and communities, including serving on the Board of Directors with the Peace Regional Restorative Justice agency and advising the Peace River School Division No.10 on equity initiatives in public education. With a passion for cultivating authentic team connections - Tyne is a mentor, educator, facilitator, invited speaker, and researcher, providing practice setting expertise on several provincial and national initiatives, while leading advocacy and activism enabling interprofessional care, intersectional health equity, and justice.