Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical Practice: Building Collaborative Strategies
Join us for Explorations 2014 where you will be invited to discover and learn about useful strategies health care professionals can use in their practice when facing ethically challenging clinical situations.
Are you interested in:
- Applying your background in the humanities, social and life sciences?
- Helping individuals and families deal with health crises?
- Taking a leadership role in helping communities to improve their health?
- Being a part of new directions in the health care system?
The Direct Entry Master of Sciences (Applied) program may be for you!
This seminar is mandatory for Nursing students who are registered in NUR1 220 or NUR1 319 or NUR2 511D1 for Fall 2013.
I am very proud and pleased to announce that the Ingram School of Nursing has received confirmation from the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN)’s Board of Accreditation that our Direct Entry Master of Science (Applied) program in Nursing has been awarded a full 7-year accreditation.
This entry-to-practice Master’s program is the only one of its kind in Canada. It has a 35 year history of graduating an exemplary cadre of nurses who have taken on leadership roles as clinicians, researchers, educators, and administrators in the profession.
Transforming Nurse - Physician Communication: Maximizing Patient Safety
Please visit the Nursing Explorations website for more information on how to register to the Live and Interactive Webcast.
Incoming (first year) students enrolled in Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology are required to attend the Interprofessional Education workshop. Attendance is for one of the two dates only and will be communicated in the first week of class.
When: October 10 OR 17, 2012 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Where: McIntyre Medical Building, Palmar Amphitheatre Room 522
McGill University’s School of Nursing launched today a new patient- and family-centred initiative, made possible by a visionary contribution from entrepreneur and philanthropist Richard S. Ingram, of the Montreal-based Newton Foundation. McGill also announced that the School has been renamed in honour of Mr. Ingram’s longtime support of nursing at McGill and across Quebec.