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Nursing

Nursing

Location

Location

  • Ingram School of Nursing
  • 680 Sherbrooke Street West, Suite 1800
  • Montreal QC H3A 2M7
  • Canada
  • Telephone: 514-398-4144
  • Fax: 514-398-8455
  • Website: mcgill.ca/nursing

Programs Offered

Programs Offered

The Ingram School of Nursing offers the following undergraduate programs:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, B.Sc.(N.), for holders of a collegial (CEGEP) diploma in Health Sciences or Natural Sciences (or its equivalent). This program prepares students for entry into the Nursing Profession.
  • Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated), B.N.I. for holders of the DEC 180.A.0. Applicants must apply within three years of obtaining their DEC 180.A.0 from their CEGEP program.

The B.N.I. program offers admission to a campus program and to an on-line program of study. For the sake of brevity, mention of the B.N.I. will here forth pertain to both these program offerings unless otherwise stated.

Other online resources available include the Undergraduate Admissions Guide at mcgill.ca/undergraduate-admissions.

Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits)

The B.Sc.(N.) extends over three years (four years for students who must complete U0 science courses, i.e., high school graduates and mature students with no previous science background) with general and professional courses in each year. Nursing courses continue in the Summer sessions. Clinical experiences are in community health centers, hospitals, and other agencies as well as in the home setting.

Bachelor of Nursing (B.N.I.) - Integrated Nursing (65 credits)

The B.N. (Integrated) program is part of a five-year program developed jointly by Quebec universities and CEGEPs. This five-year program is open only to students who complete the three-year 180.A.0 and 180.A.1 Nursing programs at CEGEP. Students admitted on the basis of a CEGEP DEC receive 27 credits of advanced standing (equivalent to the first year of university) and are admitted to the second year of university. The program consists of two years at university in which students take more advanced nursing and science courses to meet the competencies expected of a nurse with a Baccalaureate degree. These competencies include working in multidisciplinary teams or more autonomously in hospital and community settings, with individuals, families, and groups, planning health education programs and participating in research. This program also aims to further advance the practice of students by expanding their knowledge base, strengthening their critical thinking skills, promoting a strength-based, family-centered perspective and preparing them for roles expected of a baccalaureate nurse. The program may be completed in two years if taken full-time and three years if taken part-time. While the B.N.I. on-campus and online are relatively similar, the B.N.I. online is unique in that it is tailored toward learners who are independent and self-directed.

Minor Degrees

Minor Degrees

Minor degrees are offered by several academic units (e.g., Women’s Studies, Psychology). Minors involve a specified program of study, generally 18–24 credits. The option is most applicable to transfer students. Those seeking to complete a minor must complete a form and be able to respond ‘yes’ to each of the questions and submit this form to the Nursing Student Affairs Office (NSAO) for approval. The form is available in the Ingram School of Nursing Faculty and Student Handbook.

Program Accreditation

Program Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science (Nursing) and the Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) programs are fully accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN).

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

  • M.Sc.A. in Nursing; this clinically-based program prepares nurses to assume advanced-practice roles in nursing. It is subdivided into concentrations to address specific career goals. The M.Sc.A. in Nursing concentrations are:
    • Advanced Clinical Practice
    • Direct Entry Nursing
    • Global Health
    • Global Health Direct Entry
    • Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
    • Neonatology Nurse Practitioner
    • Nursing Services Administration
    • Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner
    • Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
    1. Nurses holding a bachelor's degree in nursing equivalent to the B.Sc.(N.) or B.N. (Integrated) undergraduate degree offered at McGill must choose a concentration from the following: Advanced Clinical Practice, Global Health, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner,Neonatology Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Services Administration, Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner and Primary Care Nurse Practitioner.
    2. Graduates with a general B.A. or B.Sc. from programs comparable to the McGill undergraduate degrees and no previous nursing preparation may only choose the Direct Entry Nursing or the Global Health Direct Entry concentrations. This route of entry to graduate studies in nursing is unique in Canada.
  • Graduate Certificates are offered in Theory in Neonatology and Theory in Primary Care. Graduate Diplomas are offered in Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner and in Primary Care Nurse Practitioner.
    Applications to the Graduate Certificates and Diplomas are accepted from:
    1. Licensed nurses with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree;
    2. A minimum of two years experience in the field of neonatology or in primary care.
    See mcgill.ca/nursing/prospective/master-programs for further details.
  • Ph.D. in Nursing: The doctoral program in Nursing is designed to prepare nurses for careers as researchers, academics and health care leaders who will develop the discipline of nursing through the advancement of nursing knowledge, practice and education. Applicants must have completed master’s level studies and have either an undergraduate or graduate degree in Nursing.

For information on our graduate programs (graduate certificate, master's, doctoral, and postdoctoral studies), please refer to Nursing's Graduate Section.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated May. 20, 2021) (disclaimer)

Nursing Admission Requirements and Application Procedures

Nursing Admission Requirements and Application Procedures

CASPer Assessment

CASPer Assessment

All applicants to the Bachelor of Science (Nursing), Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) and Master's programs at McGill University are required to complete a mandatory 90-minute online assessment called CASPer. CASPer—the Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics—is a web-based situational judgement test designed to evaluate key personal and professional characteristics essential for students to be successful in nursing school and, ultimately, as practising nurses. Some of these characteristics include professionalism, empathy, compassion, and cultural sensitivity. Since CASPer assesses non-cognitive and interpersonal characteristics, studying is not required.

It is the responsibility of the applicant to secure technical requirements including a reliable internet connection on their selected test date. No exceptions will be made for applicants who are unable to take CASPerTM online due to unreliable internet connection caused by technical or political factors. Applicants may want to explore details of the requirements and the structure of this assessment at takeCASPer.com.

Please go to takeCASPer.com to sign up and reserve a test date using your McGill Student Number and a piece of government-issued photo ID. You will be provided with a limited number of testing dates and times; these are the only testing dates available for your CASPer test as no additional tests will be scheduled. Please use an email address that you check regularly, since there may be updates to the test schedule. You may direct any inquiries to support [at] takecasper.com or via online chat by registering on the CASPer website.

The CASPer test is composed of 12 sections of video and written scenarios. Following each scenario, you will be required to answer a set of probing questions under a time constraint. Each response is graded by a different rater, giving a very robust and reliable view of personal and professional characteristics important to our program. You may want to familiarize yourself with the test structure at takeCASPer.com, and ensure you have access to a quiet environment in which to take the test. CASPer test results are valid for one admissions cycle; applicants who have already taken the test in previous years will therefore be expected to re-take it.

B.Sc.(N.) Entrance Requirements

B.Sc.(N.) Entrance Requirements

Detailed information about each admission category can be found at mcgill.ca/applying/requirements.

Quebec Diploma of Collegial Studies (Health Sciences/ Sciences)

Holders of the Diploma of Collegial Studies who have completed the following courses are considered for admission to the 103-credit B.Sc.(N.) Program:

  • Biology - NYA, General Biology II (00UK, 00XU)
  • Chemistry - NYA, NYB, Organic Chemistry I (00UL, 00UM, 00XV)
  • Mathematics - NYA, NYB (00UN, 00UP)
  • Physics - NYA, NYB, NYC (00UR, 00US, 00UT)

Admission will be based on the cote de rendement au collégial (Cote R); overall Cote R, and Cote R in prerequisite courses are considered.

Mature Students

Within the University provisions, candidates who are at least 23 years old and are Canadian citizens or permanent residents, may be eligible for consideration as Mature Students. See mcgill.ca/applying/requirements for more specific details. An applicant requesting entry as a Mature Student must have successfully completed a minimum of three courses: one in functions (precalculus; calculus is preferred), and at least two of general biology, chemistry, or physics (all with labs). Each of the courses must have been completed at the CEGEP or university level, with a minimum university grade of 70% or equivalent. Mature students are advised to meet with CEGEP representatives to determine what courses they should take based on high school science studies. Candidates with these prerequisites may then be admitted to the 136-credit B.Sc.(N.) program (four years, see U0 year in Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits); students will not repeat CEGEP level courses that are equivalent to U0 courses).

Applicants from Ontario

Ontario applicants must have completed the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) by the time they commence their university studies. Most students are considered for the four-year B.Sc.(N.) program (includes a U0 year described in Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits)).

  • Calculus and Vectors MCV4U

At least two of:

  • Biology SBI4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Physics SPH4U
  • 4U English or French

Admission is based on McGill's calculation of the applicant's "Top 6" pre-university (4U and 4M) course average and on the program prerequisites. At least four of the "Top 6", as well as all prerequisites, must be at the 4U level. All grades are taken into consideration in determining admission, including those for failed or repeated courses. Most applied courses are excluded from the "Top 6" average; performing arts courses at the 4M level (maximum of two) will be eligible. Grade 12 English or French must be included in the "Top 6" calculation, depending on the language of instruction at the applicant's school.

Applicants from Canadian High Schools outside of Quebec and Ontario

These applicants must hold a high school diploma giving access to university education in their province/territory. Most students are considered for the four-year B.Sc.(N.) program (includes a U0 year described in Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits)).

  • Grade 12 Mathematics (precalculus)
  • At least two of: Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry or Physics
  • Grade 12 English or French

Admission is based on McGill's calculation of the applicant's "Top 5" academic Grade 12 courses (regardless of the calendar year in which they were taken), including the prerequisites. All grades are taken into consideration in determining admission, including those for failed or repeated courses. Grade 12 English or French will be included in the "Top 5" calculation, depending on the language of instruction at the applicant's school.

Applicants from other Universities or Colleges and Second Bachelor Degree applicants (Transfer Students)

Students who wish to transfer from other universities and colleges are considered on the basis of both the pre-university and university studies. A minimum of 60 credits must be completed at McGill if a degree is to be granted. Admission requirements are:

  • One semester of differential calculus
  • One semester of integral calculus
  • Two semesters of biology with labs
  • Two semesters of general chemistry with labs
  • One semester of organic chemistry with lab
  • Two semesters of physics (mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves and optics) with labs

It is possible to be admitted with a minimum of two semesters of calculus plus two semesters of biology, chemistry and/or physics, in which case the remaining science prerequisite course requirements must be completed within the program. Applicants with a previous degree, and missing one or more of the above courses may be granted equivalence if credit and exemption is awarded for courses which are part of the 103-credit B.Sc.(N.) program. This applies particularly to the Physiology and Pharmacology courses. In order to form a basis for admission or to be considered for credit or exemption, sciences and mathematics courses must have been completed within the last five years.

Applicants from U.S. High School Programs (in U.S. or other countries)

These applicants must hold a high school diploma and must have followed an academic program leading to university entrance:

  • Precalculus (functions)
  • At least two of: Biology, Chemistry, or Physics
  • SAT IIs must include at least two different subjects from the following list: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics

Grade 10, 11, and 12 academic results will be considered, with special attention paid to results in courses most relevant to the B.Sc.(N.) program of study

Applicants from outside Canada or the U.S.

Students with a strong mathematics and science preparation at a Senior High School level, who wish to be considered for entrance to the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) program, should visit mcgill.ca/applying/requirements for detailed information about requirements. Most students are considered for the four-year B.Sc.(N.) program (includes a U0 year described in Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits)).

Students educated in different languages may be required to provide proof of proficiency in English. A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of at least 233 (577 for the paper-based version) is required (see Proof of Proficiency in English for other assessments that are acceptable).

Inter-Faculty Transfer Students (McGill University students)

Applications are completed through Minerva. Visit mcgill.ca/students/transfer-readmission for complete instructions and application deadlines.

The Ingram School of Nursing accepts applications from students currently enrolled in another program within McGill University. Students must be in Satisfactory Standing in their current program. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.70 (3.0 or above preferred) is normally required. Transfer students are considered for admission on the basis of current university studies and previous studies.

Holders of a Bachelor's Degree

Applicants who already have a general bachelor's degree in Science or Arts, or will have completed such an undergraduate degree by August 1 of the entering year, should contact Service Point or the McGill Welcome Centre. Said applicants may be eligible to apply either for entrance to the B.Sc.(N.) program or to the Qualifying Year of the Master's program. Application to the B.Sc.(N.) program is made to Enrolment Services. Requests for information regarding applications to the Qualifying Year should be directed to the Ingram School of Nursing.

B.N. (Integrated) Entrance Requirements

B.N. (Integrated) Entrance Requirements

Applicants who have completed the Diplôme d'études collégiales (DEC) 180A.0 and 180A.1, will be considered for admission to the University segment of the program. Applications must be made within three years of graduation from the DEC 180A.0 and 180A.1. Admission will be based on the cote de rendement collégiale (Cote R); overall Cote R and Cote R in prerequisite courses are considered.

The courses must be taken in the sequence outlined unless discussed with the B.N. (Integrated) adviser.

Application Procedures

Application Procedures

Application to the Ingram School of Nursing is made using the McGill online application available at mcgill.ca/applying.

Please note that the same application is used for all undergraduate programs at McGill, and two program choices can be entered.

All applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable fee; please see the Student Accounts website for application fee amounts and other details. McGill does not offer application fee waivers.

Application Deadlines

Application Deadlines

The deadlines for submission of applications for Fall admission are: January 15 (applicants studying outside of Canada), February 1 (applicants from Canadian high schools outside of Quebec), March 1 (all other applicants). If January admission to the Bachelor of Nursing program is open, the deadline for application is November 1.

Quebec Canadian (outside of Quebec) International Special/Exchange/Visiting
Fall: March 1 Fall: Feb. 1 Fall: Jan. 15 Fall: Same as Canadian/International
Winter: Nov. 1 Winter: Nov. 1 Winter: Nov. 1 Winter: Same as Canadian/International
Summer: N/A Summer: N/A Summer: N/A Summer: N/A
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated Apr. 21, 2021) (disclaimer)

Nursing Faculty

Nursing Faculty

Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
David H. Eidelman; M.D.,C.M.(McG.), FRCPC, FACP
Associate Dean (Medicine) and Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Anita Gagnon; N., B.Sc.(N.)(CUA), M.P.H.(Johns Hop.), Ph.D.(McG.)
Associate Director, Ingram School of Nursing – Education
Josée Bonneau; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.)(Montr.)
Associate Director, Ingram School of Nursing – Research
Carmen G. Loiselle; RN, Ph.D.
B.N. (Integrated) - Online Modality and Continuing Nursing Initiatives Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Annie Chevrier; N., B.N.I., M.Sc.A.(McG.)
B.N. (Integrated) - Campus Modality Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Mélanie Gauthier; N., B.Sc.(N.)(McG.), M.N.(Syd.)
B.N. (Integrated) Assistant Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Oxana Kapoustina; N., B.Sc., M.Sc.A.(McG.)
B.Sc.(N.) Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Lia Sanzone; N., B.SC.(N), M.Sc.A(McG)
B.Sc.(N.) Assistant Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Amanda Cervantes; RN, MSc(A)(McG.)
Master's (NE) Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Jodi Tuck; N., B.Sc.(McM, M.Sc.A(McG.)
Master's (DE & QY) Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Maria Di Feo; N., B.Sc.(N.)(Montr.), M.Ed.(McG.)
Nurse Practitioner (NP) Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Irene Sarasua; N., B.A.(Tor.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Ph.D. Program Director, Ingram School of Nursing
Sonia Semenic; N., B.A., M.Sc.A., Ph.D.(McG.), postdoc(Ott.)
Emeritus Professors
Susan E. French; N., B.N.(McG.), M.S.(Boston), Ph.D.(Tor.), Ph.D.(McM.)
C. Céleste Johnston; N., B.N., M.S.(Boston), D.Ed.(McG.)
Judith Ann Ritchie; N., B.N.(New Br.), M.N., Ph.D.(Pitt.)
Professors
Franco Carnevale; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.(McG.), Ph.D.(Laval)
Anita J. Gagnon; N., B.Sc.(N.)(CUA), M.P.H.(Johns Hop.), Ph.D.(McG.)
Laurie N. Gottlieb; N., B.N., M.Sc.A., Ph.D.(McG.) (Shaw Professor of Nursing)
Carmen G. Loiselle; N., B.Sc.(N.)(Montr.), M.S., Ph.D.(Wisc. Madison)
Associate Professors
Antonia Arnaert; N., M.P.H.(KU Leuven), M.P.A.(EHSAL), Ph.D.(KU Leuven)
Madeleine M. Buck; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Susan Drouin; N., B.N.(New Br.), M.Sc.A.(McG.), M.A., D.Soc.Sci.(R. Roads)
Nancy Feeley; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.A., Ph.D.(McG.)
Céline Gélinas; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.), Ph.D.(Laval), postdoc(McG.)
Kelley Kilpatrick; R.N., Ph.D.(MgG.), postdoc(McM.)
Sylvie Lambert; N.,B.Sc (N), Ph.D.(McG.), postdoc(New Castle, Australia)
Mélanie Lavoie-Tremblay; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.), Ph.D.(Laval), postdoc(Tor.)
Christine Maheu; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(Montr.), Ph.D.(INSERM), postdoc(Br. Col.)
Frederick Nestel; B.Sc.(McG.), M.Sc.(Qu.), Ph.D.(McG.)
Margaret Purden; N., B.Sc.(N.), Ph.D.(McG.)
Sonia Semenic; N., B.A., M.Sc.A., Ph.D.(McG.), postdoc(Ott.)
Argerie Tsimicalis; N., B.Sc.(N) (Windsor), M.Sc.(QU), Ph.D.(Tor.), postdoc(Col)
Assistant Professors
Rosetta Antonacci; N., M.Sc.(Admin.)(Laval)
Josée Bonneau; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.)(Montr.)
Annie Chevrier; N., B.N.(I.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Françoise Filion; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.)(Montr.)
Heather D. Hart; N., B.Sc.(N.)(UWO), B.Ed.(Bran.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Caroline Marchionni; N., B.Sc.(McG.), M.Sc.(John M.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Marjorie Montreuil; N., Ph.D.(McG.)
Norma Ponzoni; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.), Ph.D.(Montr.)
John Pringle; N.P., M.Sc.(Qu.), Ph.D.(Tor.)
Lia Sanzone; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Irene Sarasua; N., B.A.(Tor.), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Jodi Tuck; N., B.Sc.(McM), M.Sc.A.(McG)
Andraea Van Hulst; N., Ph.D.(Montr.)
Faculty Lecturers
Cheryl Armistead; N., B.Sc.(N.), M.Sc.(N.)(Ott.)
Amanda Cervantes; N., B.F.A.(NYU), M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Stephanie Charbonneau; N., B.Sc.(N),M.Sc.(N)
Diana Gausden; N., SCPHN(Southbank Univ., Lond.)
Melanie Gauthier; N., B.Sc.(N.)(McG.), M.N.(Syd.)
Marie-Claude Goyer, B.Sc., M.Sc. (Queen)
Oxana Kapoustina; N., B.Sc., M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Philippe Lamer, B.Sc., M.Sc. (NY)
Giuseppina LaRiccia, B.Sc., M.Sc.(McG.)
Catherine Leblanc; RN, B.Sc.(N)
Katherine Logue; N., B.Sc., M.Sc.A.(McG.)
Linda Massé; N., B.Sc.(N.)(Montr.), M.Sc.A.(McG.), LL.M.(Sher.)
Shannon McNamara, B.Sc., M.Sc.(Montr.)
Catherine-Anne Miller; N., B.Sc.(N.)(McG.), M.H.Sc.(Health Promotion & Global Health)(Tor.)
Martyna Rembisz;RN, B.Sc.(N)
Academic Associates
Hugo Marchand; N., B.N.(I.)(McG.)
Elizabeth Marie Claire Murphy-Lavallée; B.N.(I.)(McG.)
Louise Murray; N., B.Sc., M.Sc.N.(Montr.)
Amélie Samson; N., B.N.(I.)(Sher.)
Rosanna Zappavigna; N., B.Sc, M.Ed. (McG.)

Clinical and Affiliated Faculty Members

Clinical and Affiliated Faculty Members

Professor
Susan E. French
Associate Professors
Lynne McVey, Frederick Peter Nestel, Janet Rennick, Edith Zorychta
Assistant Professors
Alain Biron, Madeleine Boulay-Bolduc, Mark Daly, Linda Edgar, Jessica Emed, Lucia Fabijan, Valerie Frunchak, Mary Grossman, Andrea Laizner, Ariella Lang, Virginia Lee, Diane E. Lowden, Ann Lynch, Anita Mehta, Michelle Nadon, Patricia O'Connor, Hélène Racine, Marie-Claire Richer, Christina Rosmus, Andreanne Saucier, Charles Sounan
Faculty Lecturers
Deborah Abner, Nathalie Aubin, Sophie Baillargeon, Denise Bédard, Jacqueline Bocking, Johanne Boileau, Linda P. Boisvert, Diane Borisov, Rose Boyle, Sandra Bradford-Macalanda, Diane Brault, Sharon Brissette, Carolyn Brown, Susan Marie Buddo, Sonia Castiglione, Sophie Charland, Luisa Ciofani, Christina Clausen, Martine Claveau, Erin Lillian Cook, Hermes Cornejo, Joann Creager, Esther Dajczman, Julie Dallaire, Rose Deangelis, Rosalie Dion, Nancy Drummond, Julie Fréchette, Maryse Godin, Iris Gourdji, Cynthia Graham-Certosini, Maria Hamakiotis, Norine M. Heywood, Tara Jesion, Rosalie Johnson, John Kayser, Mina Ladores, Philippe Lamer, Anne Marie Lanctôt, Karine Lepage, Rachel Lomas, Luisa Luciani Castiglia, Althea Hazel McBean, Sharon Mooney, Louise Murray, Catherine Oliver, France Paquet, Maxime Paquet, Joanne Marie Power, Andréanne Robitaille, Nathalie Rodrigue, Ramona Rodrigues, Patricia Ann Rose, Irene Sarasua, Maryse Savoie, Eleanor Scharf, Melanie Sheridan, Jessica Sherman, Marie Jennifer Somera, Rosa Sourial, Isabelle St-Sauveur, Janice Karen Stephenson, Lucie Tardif, Gillian Taylor, Claire Thibault, Kelly Thorstad, Lucie Tremblay, Antoinetta Vitale, Lucy Wardell, Rosanna Zappavigna
Adjunct Professors
Bruce Gottlieb, Manon Lacroix, David Wright
Associate Members
Rhonda Amsel, S. Robin Cohen, Jae-Marie Ferdinand, Richard Gosselin, Ronald D. Gottesman, John C. Kirk
Affiliate Members
Joyce Marie Arsenault, Theresa Broda, Patrick Casey, Stephanie Charron, Nadia Andrée Doiron, Meggie Guinan, Tiffany Johnston, Donna Kindrat, Caroline Martel, Colette Mascle, Trisha Andrea Nonog, Caroline Normand, Emily Chang Orlov, Royal Orr, Brigitte Perrier, Lisa Marie Pichocvich, Grzegorz Sobieraj, Chantal Souligny, Karinne Troini, Chantale Viens, Barbara Ann Taugher, Teresa Testa

McGill Teaching Hospital Network

McGill Teaching Hospital Network

McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)
Glen Site
Lachine Hospital
Montreal General Hospital
Montreal Neurological Institute
CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal
Batshaw Youth and Family Centre
CSSS de l'Ouest de l'île (CLSC Pierrefonds, CLSC Lac St-Louis, Lakeshore General Hospital)
CSSS Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle (LaSalle Hospital, CLSC LaSalle, CLSC Dorval-Lachine)
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
St. Mary’s Hospital Centre
West Montreal Readaptation Centre
CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'île-de-Montréal
CSSS Cavendish (CLSC René Cassin, Henri-Bradet Residential Centre, Julius Richardson, Father Dowd Home, St. Andrew Centre d'Hébergement, Catherine Booth, GMF Queen Elizabeth, GMF Kildaire)
CSSS de la Montagne (CLSC Côte des Neiges, CLSC Metro, CLSC Parc Extension)
MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre
Maimonides Hospital Geriatric Centre
Sir Mortimer B. Davis – Jewish General Hospital
Other Teaching Centres
Accueil Bonneau
Cambridge Residence
Concordia University Health Clinic
CSSS Bordeaux-Cartierville-St. Laurent
CSSS Lucille-Teasdale
CSSS Pointe de l'île
CSSS St. Leonard-St. Michel
CSSS Sud Ouest Verdun (CLSC St. Henri, CLSC Verdun, CLSC Ville Emard-Côte St. Paul, Hôpital Verdun)
Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital
Kateri Memorial Hospital
Manoir Westmount
Salvation Army Montclair Residence
Shriner's Hospital for Children
Tulattavik Health Centre Kuujjuaq
Ukrainian Villa
Vista Residence
Waldorf Residence
Welcome Hall Mission
West Island Palliative Care Residence
International Sites
A range of international placement sites is collated by the Clinical Placement Coordinators.
Directors of Nursing Research in Teaching Hospitals
MUHC – Chantal Souligny
Jewish General Hospital – Margaret Purden
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated May. 20, 2021) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Science (Nursing) (B.Sc.(N.)) - Nursing (103 credits)

The B.Sc.(N.) is a 3-4 year program (including summer sessions) that focuses on complex and contemporary nursing issues. As a preparation for a nursing career, the program includes innovative courses on fundamental nursing expertise, skills and critical thinking. Completion of this program entitles successful graduates to sit licensure examinations in Quebec,...

For more information, see Nursing (103 credits).

Bachelor of Nursing (B.N.I.) - Integrated Nursing (65 credits)

This program is offered in two modalities, online and on campus. Students must register in online or on campus courses according to the program they are admitted into. ...

For more information, see Integrated Nursing (65 credits).

Ingram School of Nursing—2021-2022 (last updated May. 20, 2021) (disclaimer)
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