Welcome to the Centre for Nursing Studies (CNS)! Whether you are a new student or returning to continue in one of our many nursing programs, the faculty and staff at the CNS are committed to nursing education and supporting your learning. The CNS is an extraordinary place where you will be part of a profession and education that will be life changing. The CNS faculty members are recognized as leaders and are committed to excellence in all aspects of nursing education, practice and research. Our staff members are knowledgeable and helpful. We take tremendous pride in our 22-year history of offering nursing programs that are dynamic, engaging and of the highest quality. Our graduates are recognized for their competence, leadership skills and ability to function in diverse health care settings. We are delighted you are a part of the CNS community and encourage you to approach your studies with enthusiasm and commitment. We wish you much success and look forward to hearing about your achievements.
On behalf of the Administrative team at the CNS, I would also like to extend a sincere welcome to all of our faculty and staff members. We have a critical important role to play in the success of our students and programs. I look forward to working with you throughout 2018-2019 to ensure that it is a successful and rewarding year for all students, faculty and staff.
Dr. Kathy Watkins, Director
Centre for Nursing Studies
Great accomplishment for Grace Clark, Centre for Nursing Studies Student (BN class of 2021)
In the past few months I have been working with a team of MUN students, Katie (engineering), Jack (engineering), and Emma (neuroscience), on a project to submit to the 2018 IDeA competition.
We worked to design a solution specifically for children with spastic quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy. We developed the prototype for a little guy that I work with, Mat, the child in the video attached, who struggles with everyday functions due to the lack of proper head support from his current wheelchair.
I am pleased to tell you, that we placed as a first place finalist in the competition! We were awarded $2000, which we will spending on developing a prototype. We have also been invited to present our project at the Canadian Innovation Exchange Conference in October!
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