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CNS students celebrate National Nursing Students's Week
November 17th - 23rd, 2013
National Nursing Students' Week (NNSW) is an opportunity to recognize the outstanding achievements of nursing students across Canada, both during school and outside of school, and to promote specifically the role of a nursing student and the nursing profession as a whole.
This year the Centre for Nursing Studies CNSA Committee hosted a number of activities during the week of November 17-23rd to celebrate the contributions made by nursing students in our school to improve the health and wellbeing of our community and beyond. Read more...
The Centre for Nursing Studies is pleased to announce that Marcy Greene BN MSc NP RN, faculty member and Coordinator of Continuing Studies, has been recommended by ARNNL to Chair the Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators (CCRNR) Exam Scoring Committee for the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC’s) adult and paediatric national NP exams.
Library Research Fair at MUN on December 11. Karen Hutchens will be doing a presentation with Alison Farrell and Janet Goosney: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Course Integrated Library Instruction in an Undergraduate Nursing Program. PowerPoint Presentation
This program was launched by the Centre for Nursing Studies in the Fall of 2013. It prepares IENs to practice nursing in the Canadian health care system.
Practical Nursing Program awarded 5 year approval from CLPNNL
In 2013, the Practical Nursing Program was granted a 5 year approval, the maximum approval period possible, from the College for Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
CNS introduces a new uniform policy for first year BN (Collaborative) students
Starting in the 2013-14 academic year, all first year Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) students will be required to wear a standard nursing uniform consisting of navy blue pants and a white top. This standardized uniform will be phased in through all four years of the program as these students progress through their program.
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