Professor Kelly Metcalfe leads the charge against genetic cancers.
Join us for the ‘New Approaches to Nursing Leadership Development’ Nursing Week panel discussion on May 8, 2017.
Reconnect with your fellow alumni on June 3, 2017
2015-2016 Research Report showcases the rich research accomplishments of our faculty members and graduate students.
Early career development and international networking of emerging nursing scholars who are embarking on a research focused career. Application deadline: February 10, 2017
“Over the years I’ve worked in the ICU, I’ve kept a list of the charms, trinkets, and assorted bric-a-brac that family and friends have brought to the patients’ bedsides.”
“Simulation has injected new life into nursing education.” – Maureen Barry
From oral health in the ICU to an app that helps women manage cardiac pain, our researchers are poised to make a difference.
Eight researchers to participate in new projects impacting patient care across Ontario.
The SuDDICU study aims to assess whether adding SDD to a patient’s usual care in the ICU improves patient outcomes.
Through a generous donation from the James H. Cummings Foundation, our state-of-the-art simulation laboratory welcomed a new addition with the arrival of SimMan3G.
The Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute (CCSRI) has awarded a 3-year grant for Dr. Metcalfe’s study, “Breast cancer treatment in women with PALB2 mutations”.
Ranked number 1 by CIHR, Dr. Kristin Cleverley will engage youth and caregivers as experts in a Delphi study to come to consensus on process and outcomes indicators that can be used to improve the quality of transitions between child and adult mental health services.