Provincial Representatives

Provincial Representatives are voting members of the CFPNA Executive.

Please contact a representative to learn more about

family practice/primary care nursing in your region.

Atlantic Region

Ruth Campbell RN

Family Practice Nurses Association of Nova Scotia (FPNANS)


Ontario/Quebec Region

Jennifer Bugera, RN

Jennifer graduated from Misericordia School of Nursing, Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1987. She initially worked in general medicine at the Victoria General Hospital in Winnipeg from 1987-1989 followed by various inpatient units at Wellesley Hospital, Toronto, Ontario 1989-1996.

Since then Jennifer has been  part of the Primary Care Team at St James Town Health Centre,  Department of Family and Community Medicine at St Michaels Hospital, Toronto, providing care to marginalized patients with an expertise in chronic disease management, addictions, foot care and wound care.

She also  provides foot care in the home through  St Elizabeth Health Care,  and  drop-in  care at  the  Out of the Cold program for homeless persons at  St Aidens Parish in Toronto.

She enjoys teaching nursing students the broad scope  of Primary Care Nursing and is looking forward to CNA certification in Primary Care

On her time away from work she loves foreign flicks, documentaries, gardening and spending time with loved ones.


Manitoba/Saskatchewan Region

Laura Donnelly

Laura is the President of the Manitoba Primary Care a Nurses Association (MPCNA).   


Alberta/British Columbia/Territories Region

Abbie Skrove RN

Abbie has been a Registered Nurse for 18 years. She has worked in numerous areas of nursing in her career but since 2008 has been working in the Primary Care setting. Over the past ten years, she spent 4 years  as a PCN RN assisting family physicians in managing chronic disease. She then moved into clinical care coordinating for a Primary Care Network in the Edmonton area for 2 years. Finally since 2013 she has been working as the Education & Clinical Supervisor with the Palliser Primary Care Network in Medicine Hat. Abbie says 'I am happy to say that so far working within the primary care setting has been my most rewarding part of my career."


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