Jane Galbraith lives near Toronto, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from McMaster University and has worked in the community health care field since 1976. She is the author of “Baby Boomers Face Grief – Survival and Recovery". Her work has included dealing with palliative clients and their bereaved families for the past two decades and also assists facilitating grief support groups. She has been involved with both residential hospices that opened in her region as well as the palliative care initiatives in her area. Jane sits on the Canadian Pension Plan Tribunal as the medical member to hear appeals for disability cases as well as providing nursing expert opinion on a variety of legal matters. She presents on a regular basis to many community groups, hospices, volunteer groups and employers. Companies concerned about lost productivity have embraced workshops on the effect of grief in the workplace. As well she has presented to the Bereavement Ontario Network annual meeting, the Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Conference in 2007, conducted a workshop at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in September 2009 and presented to the Ontario Palliative Care Association in 2010.