Catherine-Anne Miller

Catherine-Anne Miller, RN, MHSc
Faculty Lecturer

680 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC, H3A 2M7
Office: 1926
catherineanne.miller [at]

Catherine-Anne Miller is a full-time faculty lecturer at ISoN. She completed her undergraduate degree in Nursing at McGill and her graduate degree in health promotion and global health at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Prior to becoming a full time lecturer, she devoted many years to the MUHC neuroscience mission, most notably in her role as a clinical nurse specialist in the brain tumour program. She also worked in the community, including her role as a nursing advisor in a government hospital in a war-torn region of Nepal (2004-2005). She was awarded the Award for Excellence in Neuroscience from the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada and the ISoN Award for Excellence in Preceptorship/Advising in 2015. She currently teaches core theory and clinical community health nursing courses in the 3rd year of the undergraduate program and a graduate course in the Global Health concentration.

Areas of Interest

  • Health promotion: Primary Health Care
  • Global Health
  • Neurosciences: Neuro-Oncology
  • End of Life Care
  • Quality Improvement and Inter-professional collaboration