Join us on May 7th for a public lecture and panel on the topic of Canada’s opioid crisis.
Apply now for our forum supporting early career development of nurse scholars embarking on a research-focused career.
This spring (May 30- June 6), we’re planning special events for our Nursing alumni.
The Counsellor offers brief counselling services to students tailored to the challenges presented by university life, with a focus on strengths, resiliency, and skills-building.
Some of our outstanding researchers were recently awarded funding by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to support their important research.
Read the latest edition of our Pulse magazine – hot off the press!
Our 2016-17 Research Report showcases the rich research accomplishments of our faculty members and graduate students.
This partnership demonstrates a shared commitment to fostering leadership development for health leaders, strengthening our ability to meet the evolving needs of the development of health leaders.
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.
Eleven of our students have been named recipients of this year’s Registered Nurses’ Foundation of Ontario awards and scholarships.
The third-year Nursing doctoral candidate received this award from the University of Toronto in recognition of her outstanding academic excellence and extra-curricular leadership.
Opportunities for career development and advancement via clinical innovations and research discoveries here at Bloomberg Nursing are unparalleled. Current opportunities include Assistant and Associate Professor, Teaching Stream.
Students in the nursing program at the University of Toronto beneﬁt from being at the epicentre of medical research in Canada.