Ingram School of Nursing

McGill Nursing Research Awarded $2 Million-Dollar Grant

SSHRC, CIHR and partners invest in five-year multi-site project aimed at improving healthcare work environments via Strengths-Based Nursing/Care, led by ISoN Professor Dr. Laurie Gottlieb.


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Nearly 300 nursing students made a pledge to the profession at our 4th annual Nursing Professionalism Ceremony. If you missed it, be sure to check out the livestream video on Youtube.

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Educating nurses to be global citizens and agents for change

“An important part of our role as educators is to make future nurses keenly aware of how health intersects with social, cultural, religious, political, gender and sexual factors and experiences.”

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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. 

Academic Excellence - Offering world-class nursing education at the undergraduat, graduate and doctoral levels

Research & Innovation - Leading nursing scholarship, research and knowledge development

Community - Fostering collaboration with clinical and community partners locally, nationally and globally

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

Our McGill Nursing faculty and students are making major strides. Find out more via Nursing E-News.  

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