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Two new studies by U of T researcher Charlene Chu, explore the impact of lockdown policies and poor technological infrastructure in long-term care settings. Both pieces of research illustrate the profound impact on essential family caregivers and find that EFCs experienced a collective trauma due to these policies put in place during the acute stages […]
Vonnie Lee, a student in the BScN program at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing is the winner of the 2022 Sopman Humanitarian Award, presented by the University Health Network. Selected from among a group of nominees, Lee is being recognized for her unique and compassionate interactions with patients during her time as a […]
Like many students who pursue doctoral education, pediatric critical care nurse Laura Buckley had a burning question that she wanted answered. What could be done to fix the rising rates of burnout among pediatric nurses?
When Samantha Bulchand, a first year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) student didn’t get accepted to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing on her first attempt, she was devastated. But something her mother told her gave her pause, “everything happens for a reason.”