Nursing News Archive
September 18, 2019 —
Two College of Nursing students originally from Nigeria took part in a workshop with youth in Little Saskatchewan First Nation this summer that explored video as a way to share the community’s continuing struggles following a devastating 2011 flood.
September 16, 2019 —
Before the lectures began and the studying started, first-year Rady Faculty of Health Sciences students were introduced to their programs and primed for academic success during orientation sessions.
September 6, 2019 —
The College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences welcomed 10 students into its doctoral program this fall, the largest group since the program’s inception in 2013 when five students were accepted.
August 19, 2019 —
This summer, College of Nursing dean Dr. Netha Dyck and College of Nursing professor and Rady Faculty vice-dean, education Dr. Christine Ateah were among more than 5,300 nursing professionals from 120 countries assembled in Singapore for the International Council of Nurses (ICN) 2019 Congress. The conference, which takes place every four years, will be co-hosted by the Canadian Nurses Association in Montreal in 2023.
July 12, 2019 —
More nursing students are taking part in the Summer Research Internship Program than ever before
July 4, 2019 —
Four faculty members at the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, were recently recognized for being among the top cited nursing researchers in Canada
June 27, 2019 —
'The course really helped me to think about and look at issues from a more macro-perspective'
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.