Thanks to the support of our donors and friends, the University of Toronto Boundless Campaign has set a record for Canadian philanthropy.
Join us for a panel and Q&A on May 7th with nursing leaders as we explore solutions to ending hallway healthcare and improving health outcomes across Ontario.
Spend time with your fellow Bloomberg Nursing graduates and fill your reunion weekend with fun activities and events
The College of Nurses of Ontario’s (CNO’s) Council approved a new Code of Conduct (Code) for Ontario nurses, effective February 2019.
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Participants will practice focused health assessments in a simulation laboratory.
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.
Dr. Stremler received this award in recognition of her innovative ideas in nursing research, working with nurses, NPs & students to identify research needs, and for enhancing the image of nursing by engaging in efforts to disseminate research knowledge.
“The sim lab is ideal for our students because it is a safe environment to practise patient care assessments before moving into a practice setting,” says Natalie Crown, assistant professor, teaching stream, at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy.
Bloomberg Nursing’s Dr. Quinn Grundy’s latest paper published in the BMJ explores how medical apps are sharing user data, posing unprecedented privacy risks.
Several Bloomberg Nursing faculty members are among the top 25 nurse researchers in Canada, a recent analysis shows.