Nursing Peer Mentorship Program (NPMP)
The NPMP is a peer mentoring program available to all BSc(N) and BNI students designed to help and support the transition into nursing. Mentors, who can be current students, recent graduates and faculty of the School, are paired with a student to assist them in all aspects of university life.
The McGill Nursing Collaborative for Education and Innovation in Patient- and Family-Centered Care was inaugurated on September 10, 2012. It is supported by an initial gift of $6 million over 5 years to the founding partners - the Ingram School of Nursing and the Nursing Departments of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and the Jewish General Hospital (JGH) - by the Newton Foundation and the partner institutions’ donors.
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.