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

The 2014 Donald Berman Maimonides Foundation Bursary was awarded to Svea Rawe (3rd from left), posing here with Allen Quallenberg and Larry Nachshen to the left, and Michael Corber, Hélène Ezer and Rosalie Dion to the right.

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]

Smiles all around as students pose with Faculty Lecturer Josée Bonneau (first from the left) on the last day of clinical at LaSalle Hospital./Summer 2014

 

(l to r) The Director of the School, Hélène Ezer, poses with Faculty members Annie Chevrier, Elaine Doucette, Madeleine Buck, Lia Sanzone and Linda McHarg. /Summer 2014

Our Nursing Undergraduate Society hosted the 2015 Jeux des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec at McGill - and were also winners of the best Therapeutic Nursing Practice.

Welcome!

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...

Position statement in support of nurses working with Ebola

The Ingram School of Nursing commends all nurses who are making contributions in the fight against Ebola. We recognize that the care these nurses provide brings them in contact with infectious bodily fluids on a regular basis.  They undergo grueling shifts as they don personal protective equipment and work lengthy hours - some without proper remuneration or on a voluntary basis.  We recognize the dedication and expertise they bring to the care of people infected with the Ebola virus. 

We also would like to acknowledge the stigma, ostracism, fear and potential danger they and they families face on a daily basis, and, in particular, West African nurses.  Some of these dedicated nurses and their families have given their lives in their effort to care for the sick and dying.