A summer up north: psychiatric nursing student seizes early opportunity for valuable work experience
Kaarun Sangra shared the responsibilities of his nurse supervisor, which included incorporating cultural practices and beliefs into treatment plans for Indigenous patients.
Nursing grad Adelia Paul is a fighter; she fought to achieve her own goals, and now she’s fighting to improve health-care for Indigenous people.
Nursing and Child and Youth Care alumni share how the nature of their work has shifted in the wake of a global pandemic.
Online movement Nurses Support Their Young championed by Douglas College students in order to create a more inclusive working environment.
After a chance meeting with a psychiatric nurse, Sanjin Ramovic knew getting his Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing was his calling.
By Sucheta Singh, Marketing and Communications Photo by David Denofreo She’s already a star on the court with the Royal’s Women’s Basketball team. Now, Simran Bir is taking that drive and determination to help the youngest patients at the hospital with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. But it wasn’t until her pediatric rotation at BC Children’s Hospital that Simran found what she really wanted to do: work with kids. “The connections I made with these children and their families was very rewarding,” she says. “And, on the pediatric ward, you work… Read More
“I chose nursing because I want to make a difference in people’s lives by looking after them when they are sick.”