Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

Our Facilities

Designed to enhance the learning experience and promote student success, the facilities at Bloomberg Nursing provide valuable resources to nursing students at every stage of their degrees.

  • 6th Floor Lecture Hall
    6th Floor Lecture Hall
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  • 6th Floor Lecture Hall

    6th Floor Lecture Hall

    Located in room 610 of the Health Sciences Building, this spacious hall can seat 250 comfortably. The layout ensures a clear vantage point for both professors and students. The room also boasts a floor-to-ceiling screen for presentations viewable from any seat in the hall.

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  • Multimedia Room 270
    Multimedia Room 270
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  • Multimedia Room 270

    Multimedia Room 270

    The Faculty of Nursing takes learning and lectures to a new level with this multimedia classroom. Equipped with two flat screens for multiple viewing, teleconferencing and video, faculty have numerous communications resources to enhance the learning experience for students. Lectures are recorded so they are available for online viewing, a benefit to the virtual class environment in the Nurse Practitioner programs. In addition, guest speakers from around the world have been hosted, via webcast, to provide their insight and expertise to students and faculty.

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  • Sim Lab
    Nursing Simulation Lab
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  • Sim Lab

    Nursing Simulation Lab

    Providing valuable hands-on experience in a controlled environment, the Nursing Simulation Lab (Sim Lab) is a state-of-the art facility. The ability to practice situations that could occur at a hospital ward, intensive care unit and/or isolation setting allows students to build their confidence and competence before using those skills in the field. Computerized adult and paediatric high-fidelity mannequins replicate actual patients and help students test their abilities either for the first time or as they re-certify existing skills.

    Find additional information on the Sim Lab see our Nursing Simulation Lab Resources.

    Overview
    Virtual Tour
    Floor plan
    Contact
    • The Sim Lab (Nursing Simulation Laboratory) at Bloomberg Nursing is a state‐of‐the‐art teaching facility. This 4,000 square‐foot space is equipped with a 12 bed in-patient ward with a large nursing station, a critical care unit with four patient beds, the Bluma Appel Isolation Room with an ante and exit room, a full operating room (OR), a one bed post‐anaesthesia care unit, a home care setting living space, and an interview or ambulatory clinic room.

    • Click here to view a virtual tour of the Nursing Simulation Lab.

      *Note: Adobe Flash is required to view this tour.

    • For a detailed map of the Simulation lab, see Sim Lab Floor Plan 2013 (PDF).

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    • For general question or rental and booking enquires, please contact:

      Luciana Boic
      Sim Lab Administrator

      416-978-7703
      lab.nursing@utoronto.ca

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  • Long view of student lounge
    Student Lounge
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  • Long view of student lounge

    Student Lounge

    Designed as a space for students to take a moment and pause during a hectic day, meet with their peers, grab a snack, or participate in student government, Bloomberg Nursing opened its new student lounge in summer 2015. Located on the third floor of the Health Sciences Building, this brand-new space features sweeping views over College Street and the Lassonde Mining Building across the way. A large kitchen, vending machines, and flexible seating arrangements are dedicated spaces for students to relax and work in. Wireless print stations are installed here, allowing students to print from anywhere in the lounge on their own laptops. The space can be divided into three independent zones, offering opportunities for a seminar or presentation in one section while a yoga class happens in another.

    Here you will also find the offices of the Nursing Undergraduate Society (NUS) and Graduate Nurses’ Student Society (GNSS), and flexible meeting rooms to accommodate various student groups. All of this is controlled by the students, for students.

    It’s your space.

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