The Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN) provides our students with vital learning opportunities. Our students are taught by outstanding Clinical Instructors (CIs) in both our undergraduate and graduate curricula.
Hands-on experience in the clinical setting is an integral component of a nursing curriculum, and CIs, as highly skilled professionals, help provide our students with opportunities to practice nursing skills under their direct supervision and guidance.
CIs are key members of the ISoN’s academic community, and we greatly rely on their dedication and commitment to be able to provide our students with quality clinical experiences. We are grateful to all our CIs for their continued support of ISoN’s mission which is to provide our students with the highest caliber of nursing education.
WHY BECOME AN ISoN CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR?
ISoN offers it’s Clinical Instructors (CIs):
- Opportunities to teach in a variety of settings, such as Community Health, Critical Care, Medical-Surgical Care, Psychiatry- Mental Health, Maternal-Child Care, Pediatrics, Rehabilitation, and more
- A supportive working environment
- Continuing education opportunities
- Access to McGill University resources (i.e. Library and Journal databases)
HOW TO APPLY TO BECOME A CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR
ISoN invites all new and returning CI candidates to apply via Workday.