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Following the federal announcement on January 12, 2022, we proudly celebrate that Chloe Crosschild, PhD student at the School of Nursing, received a Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral scholarship, one of the Tri-Agency Scholarships and Fellowships announced in January as part of the Science Bundle (the result
Congratulations to Dr. Lillian Hung, whose Tier II Canada Research Chair in Senior Care was announced on January 12, 2022.
The Canada Research Chair in Senior Care aims to improve the care of older adults and revitalize the workforce in Long-Term Care (LTC) homes and hospitals by;
The School of Nursing proudly announces the part-time doctoral program, which was approved in December 2021. Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc, director of the school, is delighted that the program has been approved by Senate. "UBC has been a leader in doctoral education in nursing for over 30 years," she points out.
Dr. Helen Brown and PhD student Kelsey Timler were invited to witness a historical event on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. They were present among the invited guests when President Santa Ono signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the University of British Columbia and the Tŝilhqot’in National Government.
The School of Nursing congratulates Dr. Suzanne Campbell, who, on November 15, 2021, was inducted as one of two new Fellows of the Canadian Nurse Educator Institute (CNEI), as part of the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) Virtual Awards Recognition Event.
The UBC School of Nursing's annual research report is now available online. The report highlights research activities and successes of UBC School of Nursing faculty, students, and staff in the past year with a particular focus on COVID-19 related research.
The School of Nursing has recruited Tania Dick, a member of Dzawada’enuxw First Nations of Kingcome Inlet, a UBC Nursing Indigenous Advisory Circle Member and UBC School of Nursing Alumna, as our inaugural Indigenous Nursing Lead.