School of Nursing

By Diane Weidner, Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning

Community nursing is an important focus for students who are completing their final year of the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) – BSc(N) program at the Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN). Collaborating with peers in small groups, they are assigned to work with a community-based organization in order to apply what they learned in class to a real-world project.

Classified as: Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning
Published on: 6 Apr 2018

By Christina Kozakiewicz, Ingram School of Nursing

On World Health Day April 7, Jodi Tuck, like many of her nurse colleagues, will be celebrating the various ways nursing makes a difference in people’s lives across the globe; in providing care, conducting research to drive evidenced-based practice forward, and effecting change in policy.

Classified as: Nursing, Ingram School of Nursing
Published on: 5 Apr 2018

Sue Harrison is now the person in charge of the French courses for McGill HSS students at McGill French Language Centre (FLC) replacing Hélène Riel-Salvatore, who recently retired from her position. Previously, Sue was part of the  winning team behind Dialogue McGill’s Self Study Workbooks.

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Classified as: Sue Harrison, French courses, McGill HSS students, McGill French Language Centre (FLC)
Published on: 9 Feb 2018

According to a 2015 census, there are just over 3,000 homeless people living in Montreal. This number does not account for those who are dealing with hidden homelessness, such as temporarily living with friends or family or other short-term accommodation.

In addition to the many challenges and stresses of homelessness—such as meeting immediate survival needs for food, water, clothing and shelter from the elements—taking care of health needs might seem insurmountable.

Classified as: homelessness, Nursing, McGill, students
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Published on: 27 Nov 2017

The McGill French Language Centre is offering French language courses specifically designed for students registered in professional programs for health and social sciences with the aim of preparing them for professional practice in Quebec.

Classified as: students, 2016-2017, Health and Social Services
Published on: 22 Jul 2016

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

Classified as: Nursing
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Published on: 12 Sep 2012

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