Dr. Terry Hill, MEd, MA, PhD, has spent 12 years in senior health care management, 16 years teaching university and college and 10 years in community development and consulting. His interests extend to prostate cancer, spinal muscular atrophy, professional ethics in health care, body image, and the aging process. His applied intervention activities extend to community development and training in various health care topics, and his interests in social philosophy take in moral evolution, utopian human systems theory, and humanism.
His specialties include networking, policy analysis, editing, affiliation agreements, medical sociology research, instructing, and applied social change
Dr. Hill is currently Director of Education at Everest Canada. Previously, he was the Community Mission Specialist at the Heart and Stroke Foundation; Lecturer/Assistant Professor/Professor at Lakehead University Confederation College; Acting Director, Northern Educational Centre for Aging and Health; Director and Assistant Professor, Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.
His volunteer activities include being President and a member of the Board of Directors of the NW Ontario Prostate Cancer Network (PCCN), the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning, Business without Boarders, and the Adult Education Action Group.