Updates for the Fall term 2021
Students who have witnessed or experienced harassment, discrimination or harmful unprofessionalism can use the Faculty’s disclosure protocol.
Tips and Tricks from your fellow nursing students as you begin the new academic year
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The Lawrence S Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing 2017-2022 Strategic Academic Plan, Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, is central to shaping our priorities and defining our path for the future.
A 2021 winner of the University of Toronto Arbor Award, Richard Tang is being recognized for his dedicated volunteer service to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, something he believes has made a significant impact on his time as a student and alumnus.
Professor Sioban Nelson of the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing has been elected President of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS), marking the first time a nurse has been appointed into this role. CAHS is Canada’s preeminent scientific and scholarly society and is well-known for it’s ability to leverage the expertise of leading […]
Nightingale.ai, an interdisciplinary Toronto-based startup co-founded by U of T Nursing’s Charlene Chu, wants to revolutionize physiotherapy for those who are recovering from orthopedic surgeries. This online tool, using vision-based artificial intelligence, is one of five winning pitches from U of T’s Hatchery 2021 Demo Day competition.
The pandemic has pushed the field of public health into the spotlight, but with most of the voices at the helm belonging to epidemiologists and physicians, nurses, who work directly with the community, have remained largely in the background. Retired public health nurses Susan Blue and Maureen Cava wanted to amplify nursing voices, and saw […]