WILKIE, SK, CANADA, March 5, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Jacklin H. Andrews, MSW has been accepted into the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who’s Who as a result of his exceptional effort in the healthcare industry. Throughout his brilliant professional career, Jacklin has routinely exhibited the passion, vision and dedication necessary to be considered among the elite.
Jacklin serves as a Clinical Coordinator for Children and Youth with Heartland Regional Health. He has over 33 years of experience in the field and currently specializes in providing counseling to children.
In addition to his work with Heartland Regional Health, Jacklin works as a Weekly Columnist and Sessions Lecturer with The Western Producer, which is the leading agricultural publication for Western Canadian farmers and ranchers and has been a staple in the agricultural industry since 1923. Jacklin also teaches for the University of Regina and has done so for a number of years. Moreover, he has taught various courses for the First Nations University of Canada, where he served as one of the first professors when it was known as the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College.
Within his years of experience, Jacklin has held a position as the executive director of the Leaf Rapids Health and Social Development Centre in Leaf Rapids, Manitoba, one of the first integrated professional care centers in Canada that opened the way for community medicine as it is now practiced in the country. He is credited with leading the center into the new age of medical and community health care.
During his collegiate career, he earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Calgary. Jacklin is also a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers.
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