Ingram School of Nursing

ATTENTION!
 

FOR ALL APPLICANTS TO THE BACHELOR OF NURSING (INTEGRATED) (BNI) PROGRAM: you are required to complete a CASPer test as part of your application, WELL BEFORE THE MARCH 1, 2018 DEADLINE.

CANDIDATS FRANCOPHONES : une seule date disponible pour effectuer le test en français: 20 février 2018.

Click here for info and all test dates

#DigitalHealthWeek


Ever used your phone to receive health care services? Yes? You have participated in and benefited from digital health.

Our faculty members Dr. Antonia Arnaert and Ms. Norma Ponzoni are working together, building a common program of digital health research.

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You made it!

 

On Tuesday, October 31, the ISoN held a Vin d'Honneur at Place des Arts in celebration of our BSc(N) graduates, following the convocation ceremony. This year, 124 students graduated from the program, making it the largest graduating BSc(N) class in the history of the ISoN!

Photo by Owen Egan. 

Lynne McVey  recipient of MAG  Alumni Award of Merit for Nursing
 

“I feel so honoured. I am proud to have contributed as a nurse... to be able to make a public commitment to society ...”
Photo by Owen Egan: (L-R) Dean Eidelman, Lynne McVey, Ingram School of Nursing Director Anita Gagnon. 

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CONGRATULATIONS!
 

On October 6, hundreds of our students made a pledge to professionalism as future nurses, with the recitation of an oath and the pinning of their nametags. We're so proud of you all!

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Mission

The mission of the Ingram School of Nursing is to educate current and future nurses, advance the art and science of nursing, and optimize health and health equity globally through academic excellence, strengths-based nursing and innovation.

Vision

Creating conditions for health and healing through knowledgeable, compassionate, strengths-based nursing. 

Academic Excellence - Offering world-class nursing education at the undergraduat, graduate and doctoral levels

Research & Innovation - Leading nursing scholarship, research and knowledge development

Community - Fostering collaboration with clinical and community partners locally, nationally and globally

The Ingram School of Nursing at McGill University has been providing world-class nursing education since 1920.

The Nursing Professionalism Ceremony affirms commitment to the profession to its highest standards.

The School espouses Strengths-Based Nursing (SBN) as its foundation for practice, education and research.