No longer offered as a post baccalaureate certificate. Now at the Graduate level.
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For their generous donation to local women's programs...
According to Marian Luctkar-Flude, SIM-one's Profile in Simulation, simulation helps students apply their knowledge in the clinical setting.
Congratulations to Dr. Harrison, and her colleague Dr. Graham, on being selected as the 2013 International ...
Jane Johnston, the IPE lead for the School of Nursing, is teaching at BISC this summer and thoroughly enjoying...
The School of Nursing in collboration with the Faculty of Health Sciences offers students many rich opportunities for interprofessional learning.
April 15th 2013 was an exciting day in the School of Nursing. Our first PhD students defended their theses. Congratulations to Amanda Digel Vandyk and Gail Macartney.
Laura MacDonald receives Medal of Bravery from the Governor General.
"That's four children who died": Hospital drug errors blamed for child deaths in new report.
This brand new, exciting program which is the first of its kind, specializes in linking theory and practice in quality, risk, and safety in healthcare.
Barbara Bolton received a silver St John Ambulance Life saving award for performing the Heimlich maneuver on another staff member who was choking..
The School of Nursing will be closed between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. The faculty and staff wish everyone a happy and safe holiday with family and friends and we look forward to wishing all the students back to campus for the start of the winter term on January 6th 2014.
We will also welcome a new faculty member Dr. Mona Sawhney and say farewell to Dr. Barbara Kisilevsky and Dr. Margaret Harrison who are both retiring.
We have had a very busy fall term and thoroughly enjoyed the two homecoming weekends. Orientation week went well and then the new students got down to the busy first term at university. We welcomed several new clinical instructors to the School – all of whom have enjoyed working in clinical settings with students. The students organized a wonderful conference in November which was well attended and the presentations and discussion led to lively discourse. We received approval from the Board of Trustees to establish the Sally Smith Chair in Nursing and we will soon start to advertise nationally for a scholar in nursing who will lead research in the school.
Our total student population increased to 550 this year as we grow graduate programs and we are starting to plan for increased growth over the next five years.
Best wishes to you,
Dr. Jennifer Medves, Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) & Director,
School of Nursing