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  • A McGill bag finds its way into TANWAT hospital's nursing staff room in Njombe, Tanzania, thanks to MSc(A) Global Health student Maggie Wilson.

  • Christina Echegaray-Benites (right of center, wearing sunglasses) with new found friends while on her NUR1 530 Clinical Internship in Panama.

  • Final-year BScN students Brigitte Ireson-Valois and Frangelica Goulding during clinical internship in Ghana.

  • Reception held at Maimonides Geriatric Hospital honoring 2012 Maimonides Fellowship recipient Victor Uscatescu. [L-R: Dr. Ezer, V. Uscatescu, Freddie Naimer, Lucie Tremblay, Allen Quallenberg, Larry Nachshen. /Photo: Donald Berman Maimonides Foundation]

  • BScN graduates, from left to right, Evan Jolicoeur, Brandon Lowther and Anthony Prymack do their best Superman impersonation. Fall 2012/Photo: Adam Scotti

  • Nursing students have access to a recently renovated Learning Laboratory, conveniently situated in University Hall, just a few steps from Wilson Hall.

  • Mr. Richard Ingram, Dr. Susan E. French, Dr. Helene Ezer and Dr. Sean Clarke – pioneers of the Nursing Collaborative and the Susan E. French Chair in Nursing. /Photo Nicolas Morin

  • Faculty members celebrating the renaming of the School on September 10, 2012. [L-R: Norma Ponzoni, Sandie Larouche, Elaine Doucette, Madeleine Buck and Lia Sanzone /Photo Nicolas Morin]

  • Faculty members Elaine Doucette and Sarina Fazio (second and third from right) with a group of nursing undergrads at the 2012 Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) annual conference in Vancouver. /Photo: Marcel Fournier

  • Who said 13 was unlucky? 13 Canadians raised well over their target of $13,000 for McGill Nurses for Highlands Hope, reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro on January 13, 2014. Funds will support the 'Let them Learn' project at Hope School, Iringa, Tz.

School of Nursing


The Ingram School of Nursing has been a pioneer in nursing education, research and practice since its founding in 1920. It is recognized internationally for the excellence and rigour of its academic programs and for the impressive contributions made by graduates and faculty to the development of the nursing profession and the delivery of health care.

Celebrating success

Join us in celebrating all who have walked the hallways of the Ingram School of Nursing and those who have contributed in their unique way to the betterment of the profession. Learn more...

Happy Nursing Students

Our Community Nursing students get 'Happy' at St. Michael's Mission on April 9, 2014.

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