School of Nursing

We're moving!

The Ingram School of Nursing will be moving from Wilson Hall to 680 Sherbrooke St. West in 2017, in anticipation of its 100th anniversary.

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McGill’s role in the evolution of patient-centred care

Dr. Laurie Gottlieb, Flora Madeline Shaw Chair in Nursing, explains how McGill’s nurses are uniquely placed to help guide the medical community’s newly rediscovered interest in patient-centred care, because they’ve been at it for decades. A patient-centred care model was pioneered by McGill nurses back in the 1950s.

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Managing our way to a healthier, happier nursing workforce

Melanie Lavoie-Tremblay explores how paying close attention to the leadership practices of nurse managers could go a long way in improving patient care and increasing the retention rate among our new nurses. 

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Nurse with a mission

Jessica Sherman, MSc(A)’10, has been awarded the 2016 Alumni Award of Merit from the Ingram School of Nursing for her work at Montreal’s Welcome Hall Mission.

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Professionalism Ceremony for McGill University Nursing students

Students from the Ingram School of Nursing take part in a ceremony which reaffirms their commitment to the nursing profession and in maintaining the highest standards in fulfilling their social contract with society.

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The mission of the Ingram School of Nursing is to educate current and future nurses, advance the art and science of nursing, and optimize health and health equity globally through academic excellence, strengths-based nursing and innovation.


Creating conditions for health and healing through knowledgeable, compassionate, strengths-based nursing. 

The Ingram School of Nursing at McGill University has been providing world-class nursing education since 1920.

The Nursing Professionalism Ceremony affirms commitment to the profession to its highest standards.

The School espouses Strengths-Based Nursing (SBN) as its foundation for practice, education and research.