News release PIF funding December 2013
No longer offered as a post baccalaureate certificate. Now at the Graduate level.
Name Change !
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 winter term of 2014 is proving to be very cold and very snowy. We have not yet had a snow day at Queen’s but many days have been very challenging for everyone struggling into the university. As always we are concerned that people take care on the roads and arrive safely. In early January 2014 we welcomed the first cohort of the MSc(HQ) students back to Kingston and they had a very busy week completing a course in Human Factors. The students have now one course to complete and their project and will be graduating in the fall term.
We are in the process of interviewing candidates for two tenure track positions and hope to welcome the successful candidates to campus in July of this year. In the Queen’s School of Nursing we have had a significant turnover of faculty and that has led to us all examining our research priorities and partnerships. This has been very successful in the last year and we have seen a number of newer faculty acquire external funding for their programs of research.
We will be launching our 75th anniversary program shortly and hope that many alumni will come back to Queen’s in 2016. Enjoy the snowy cold winter and we look forward to seeing old friends and new at Home Coming in the fall
Dr. Jennifer Medves, Vice-Dean (Health Sciences) & Director,
School of Nursing
Last week you might have heard about the release of the Family Medicine Expansion Report, released by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU). The report details a very successful decade-long … Continue reading