Nursing News Archive
May 27, 2019 —
Dr. Nicole Harder, assistant professor in the College of Nursing who was appointed Mindermar Professor in Human Simulation in January, has seen a lot of growth in simulation learning as a health education tool over the last 19 years, from the quality of the manikins to the realism of simulated hospital environments.
April 9, 2019 —
Early in her nursing career, Crystal Cook, a mental wellness clinician with Natawiwewak Medical Clinic, knew she wanted to work directly with people in her culture and become a role model for those thinking of pursuing health care as a profession
March 25, 2019 —
Changing health systems to make them more inclusive to vulnerable people was the focus for the 2019 Helen Glass Lecture, held, fittingly at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
March 21, 2019 —
Two researchers from the College of Nursing are celebrating an investment of over $1.8 million from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for three projects that will support child, youth, maternal and Indigenous health in Canada.
March 15, 2019 —
$10.4M in funding for U of M researchers is part of a national investment by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support researchers studying full spectrum of health issues
March 14, 2019 —
Two fourth-year students and one staff member from the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences were among 10 award recipients at the third annual Indigenous Awards of Excellence, presented by the Office of Indigenous Engagement on March 11 during Indigenous Awareness Month.
February 15, 2019 —
The second annual career fair took place in the Brodie Centre atrium and included 10 exhibitors.
February 15, 2019 —
Health systems in most countries are more than 40 years out of date, according to Dr. Amanda Kenny
February 7, 2019 —
Giving students in health-related fields the opportunity to play the role of both caregiver and patient
February 6, 2019 —
Competition builds resilience, flexibility and cross-cultural skills.