2013 AST Pinning/Convocation
Health Sciences Education Rounds
The Health Sciences Education Rounds are held on the fourth Thursday of the month from 8:00-9:00 am. The sessions will take place at the Louise D. Acton Building, 31 George St, room 008. Everyone is welcome. Registration prior to the session is not required.
For details, visit the Health Sciences Education Rounds' website.
Health Sciences Education Journal Club
The Office of Health Sciences Education is pleased to present Faculty of Health Sciences Education Journal Club. The Journal Club will meet once a month, on the second Wednesday of every month in the Glaxo Wellcome Centre.
For details, visit the Health Sciences Education Journal Club's website.
AST Information Session
Tuesday, November 5th
Come SOAR at Queen’s this July!
Come SOAR at Queen’s! REGISTER NOW!
NOTE: Registration closes:
Queen’s Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) is a one-day program which aims to ease the transition of our incoming first years and their families. Structured information sessions, as well as opportunities to connect with upper-year students, faculty and staff, will prepare students for new academic expectations, address questions and fears, and introduce on-campus resources and support services.
The advantages of attending:
Parents and family members will also have the opportunity to attend a session that will introduce them to common academic and social transition issues, so they can better support their students through their transition experience.
When: For students enrolled in Engineering and Applied Science, Commerce and Nursing:
Thursday, July 11 – Monday, July 15
Check-in begins at 9:30am. The program runs from 10:00am-3:30pm.
Where: Queen’s University, Biosciences Complex
Parking: Tindall or Stauffer lots
Cost: $45 per student and an additional $10 for each guest (max. of 2 guests per student). The cost includes summer orientation programming, a parking pass, light refreshments upon arrival, and a full lunch in the Ban Righ Dining Hall.
Questions? Please contact the Queen’s Student Experience Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Can’t attend? You’ll find all the information you need on our website, including links to videos, resources and other helpful information.
We look forward to welcoming you to Queen’s in July!
2013 Annual Kingston Nursing Research Conference
Call for Abstracts
Conference Date: Thursday, March 7th, 2013
From Grave to Cradle
A Father’s First Hand Account
Author Ian Powell will tell his remarkable journey into the health care system as the father of a traumatically injured son. He will share experiences and lessons learned about engaging the family, enhancing patient outcomes and improving our experience with our health care system.
Date: Tuesday Nov 27
Of interest to Health Science students - all welcome. The book is available in the Campus Bookstore.
For further information see www.marrette.cc/hcpro.html
Hospice Palliative Nursing Course
The Queen’s University School of Nursing (http://nursing.queensu.ca/index.php) offered the new 6-module (8-week) online Hospice Palliative Nursing course (NURS 428) for the first this past spring term (2011) to 45 third & fourth year nursing students. Currently it is offered to a maximum of 50 students in the spring term only, and will be offered in 2012.
This online course was developed with the input from over 20 regional nurses, social workers, spiritual and hospice directors, a community representative, educators and physicians who work or have an interest in the area of hospice palliative care.
The module topics include an overview of hospice palliative care, pain and symptom management, care of vulnerable populations e.g., elderly, children, care of adults with cancer, care of adults with end-stage illnesses, and professional self-care.
This course is open to senior health professional students (university and college). Please contact School of Nursing for more details. (613-533-2668)