Tania has been the owner/operator of a foot, wound and ostomy clinic since 2003. Her nursing experience includes maternity, community nursing, dialysis and nurse educator. She lives with her husband on a ranch in northern BC, four horses, three dogs, and two goats.
Tannis Sorge, RNBritish Columbia Advisor
Throughout her career, Tannis has owned and operated three businesses focused on foot care. She started her career providing foot care services in facilities, clinics, and in-home client visits and later opened her second business, providing instruments and support equipment to foot care nurses. Since 2014, Tannis has expanded into foot care education as the co-owner of PEDEd, providing education courses/workshops.
Tannis is a strong advocate for the importance of foot care education for both nurses and the general public. She believes in the importance of creating a professional community of foot care nurses across Canada, guided by a set of national standards and certification shaping their practice. It is her hope that the CAFCN will continue to take a leading role in helping the Canadian foot care community achieve this goal. She believes that foot care nurses working in a united role alongside governing bodies, allied foot health professionals and associations such as the CAFCN, result in better client outcomes. Additionally, this further strengthens and provides recognition to the essential role of the foot care nurse professional.
Lorna Gail Proudfoot, RNBritish Columbia Advisor
Lorna Gail has been full time since 2014, providing advanced foot care in the community, clinics and in complex care. She is inspired to support national standards as a foundation for education and best practise to benefit all nurses and the public we provide care to.
May 2017: CAFCN has put a hold on listing educational programs on the website. CAFCN does not endorse any educational program or have influence over curriculum, course material, educational outcomes.