Monday, July 22, 2024


Wonder what it’s like to work with me?
Here’s what others have written about me.

“Virginia is an excellent communicator. Her writing and editing skills are top notch. She is also a savvy social media expert. As a contributor for Canadian Nurse magazine, I was impressed with her ability to engage me in the writing process. She was a pleasure to work with and I’d love to have the chance to work with her again in the future.”

David Granovsky
Former Government Relations Lead, Canadian Nurses Association


“The CJP could not function without the devoted work of Virginia St-Denis (Director, Scientific Publications), and I am fortunate to have worked with Virginia for most of my mandate.”

Joel Paris
Former Editor-in-Chief, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Paris, J. (2013). Bigger and Better: Expanding In Reviews and the Electronic Era [Editorial]. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58(1), 1.


“Virginia St. Denis, the Director of Scientific Publications at the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, deserves the largest share of my thanks. She kept the idea for the book alive when everyone else (including me) had given up hope of finding a publisher, and she worked diligently to get the old files into a form that I could use.”

David L. Streiner
Statistical Associate Editor, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Streiner, D. L. (2013). Acknowledgment. A Guide for the Statistically Perplexed: Selected Readings for Clinical Researchers. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, p. xi.


“Our hard-working staff in Ottawa is led by Virginia St-Denis (Director, Scientific Publications). It would be hard to imagine the recent successes (or smooth operation) of The CJP without Virginia and her team.”

Joel Paris
Former Editor-in-Chief, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Paris, J. (2009). Many Hands Make Light Work: Thank You [Editorial]. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 54(1), 1.


“In the end, this issue of the Journal of Aboriginal Health could not have been realized without the tireless support of Virginia St-Denis of the National Aboriginal Health Organization. I am grateful for her careful attention to detail and consistently positive outlook.”

Kim Scott
Former Guest Editor, Journal of Aboriginal Health

Scott, K. (2005). Population Health: Risk and Resistance [Editorial]. Journal of Aboriginal Health, 2(1), 3.


“NAHO’s Communications Editor Virginia St-Denis provided excellent co-ordination of the entire publication. She helped ensure the papers used accessible language so as many people as possible could benefit from the information.”

Judith Bartlett
Chairperson, National Aboriginal Health Organization Board of Directors

Richard Jock
Executive Director, National Aboriginal Health Organization

Bartlett, J., & Jock, J. (2004). Journal of Aboriginal Health [Introduction]. Journal of Aboriginal Health, 1(1), 3.


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