Rick Lowe established an award to support students.
Celebrating Achievement: The UBC Blue and Gold Review
UBC Media Release
Recent BSN grad, Pauline Voon, travels to Ethiopia for prestigious internship
Nicole Fortier presents nursing with Shinerama's "Strongest Faculty Cup"
Dr. Lynda Balneaves' research is highlighted in UBC Reports
Honouring the work of nurses who have worked at the front line of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care.
UBC School of Nursing Hosts “Philosophizing Social Justice in Nursing: The 14th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference”
A new DVD looks at nurses’ experience of workplace violence and how to stop an aggressive act in its tracks and Associate Professor Angela Henderson is the principal investigator of a new study.
UBC School of Nursing “School of Walk” awarded as highest school fundraiser at the annual Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
Director Search Underway
As more people living with cancer turn to complementary therapies, a BC-based researcher is helping them make informed choices
Lead author Associate Professor Sabrina Wong, UBC School of Nursing
School celebrates official opening of the Critical Research in Health and Healthcare Inequities (CRiHHI) research unit
An important upcoming conference being hosted by the UBC School of Nursing
Masculine ideals of strength coupled with strong family ties can help men combat depression and overcome thoughts of suicide, according to UBC research.
Mindy Obara, a Term 4 student shares her experiences of post-earthquake Haiti
Including comments from Sally Thorne, Director of the UBC School of Nursing
Drinking and driving accident leaves MSN student Karla Green to take care of five neices and nephew
Two faculty members and a number of alumni and adjuncts are among the recipients of the 2010 CRNBC Nursing Excellence Awards.
Wendy Hall and Tania Dick both recieved awards from the College of Health Disciplines
John Oliffe's podcast on prostate cancer support groups in Canada is available at the International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research.
Professor Wendy Hall's sleep study is profiled
Madeleine Keteskwew Dion Stout will receive the National Aboriginal Achievement Award for Health.
"The findings revealed the uncomfortable dilemma new dads experience in relation to smoking and their role as providers" says associate professor John Oliffe.
A study by UBC School of Nursing grad student Cindy Masaro and colleagues, suggests too many people consider themselves at low risk of sexually transmitted diseases
Director Sally Thorne makes top 100 of Women's Executive Network list.
Lynda Balneaves, Associate Professor, is principal investigator.
Professors Galdas and Oliffe publish in new book.
UBC School of Nursing Students called upon to administer flu vaccine
Dr. Lynda Balneaves comments on the recent scams involving marketing ozone generators as a miracle cancer cure.
Cardiac Nurse Martha MacKay, a CIHR clinical research fellow and doctoral student at the UBC School of Nursing found that there were no gender differences…
UBC Nursing will be honoured at the upcoming 15th Annual UBC Alumni Achievement Awards. Link
Nov 6th-7th, 2009: Diabetes Education Academy Event PDF Brochure
The University of British Columbia’s School of Nursing is excited to announce their sponsorship of the 14th International Philosophy of Nursing Conference in Vancouver, Canada for 2010.
: UBC-Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota study
Government of Canada Celebrates the Historical Significance of Ethel Johns
Study finds nearly one in five university students experienced violence in last six months
Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc has been ranked 2nd in CIHR’s Top 40 Stakeholders in the Media Spotlight
Congratulations to SoN faculty whose work has been recognized in the 40th issue of the CJNR!
An interactive game that educates student nurses about standards of practice
The study, reveals teens use of marijuana for relief from health problems. CTV news story featuring an interview with Dr, Joy Johnson elaborates.
PhD candidates Mariel Lavieri and Sandra Regan produced a powerful tool for health human resources (HHR) planning
Canadian Nurse article by Sheila McBurney and Elaine Carty promotes use of multiple mini-interviews for admission to baccalaureate programs
Dr. Colleen Varcoe contributions a chapter on violence and abuse in the 3rd addition of Realities of Canadian Nursing: Professional, Practice, and Power Issues
A televised interview with OMNI Channel 8 Punjabi News highlights research being performed by Dr. Paul Galdas and colleagues
Dr. Carol Jillings, Associate Professor, comments on the Canadian Heart Health Strategy and Action Plan
UBC researchers study effects of masculinity on men's health choices
Faculty members publish chapters in new book, addressing significant issues pertaining to men's health.
UBC Nursing profs honoured by the College of Registered Nurses of B.C.
A legacy project in celebration of our 90th anniversary
A legacy project in celebration of our 90th anniversary
Study finds high rates of street involved and marginalized Aboriginal youth in B.C.
Executive Summary - Dr. John Oliffe
Elizabeth Saewyc leads study finding lesbian and bisexual youth up to seven times more likely to get pregnant
Delaying treatment is one way to delay or avoid side effects of incontinence and impotence
A study by Elizabeth Saewyc finds gay or bisexual teenage boys living in rural B.C. are nearly twice as likely to have attempted suicide and been physically sexually harassed.
Interested service providers, community members and clinicians are invited to attend this exciting event to share their experiences on current and emerging initiatives in HIV prevention, treatment, ca
A UBC School of Nursing study led by Sabrina Wong has shed light on patients’ priorities for primary health care.
Introducing a new resource developed in the UBC School of Nursing for nursing and applied health researchers to study the complexities of clinical phenomena.
Many faculty members at the School involve themselves in high profile and quietly meaningful research projects. The faculty, along with staff and students, also involve themselves in community service
UBC Nursing graduate students receive Canadian Institutes of Health Research funding.
Annette Browne led a team of Canadian editors and authors to make a well known “classic” relevant to our country and our times.
Research funding involving members of the School of Nursing.
Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc has uncovered surprising data about the sexual activity of youth in British Columbia.
Faculty members at UBC were part of a team that won the Academic Health Award for the Educator Pathway Project.
Happy Anniversary to the School’s first five off-campus doctoral students.
The Complementary Medicine Education and Outcomes Program officially opened June 3rd.
The research in this report shatters some of the myths about sexual exploitation among youth in BC, what it is, and who is experiencing it.
The UBC School of Nursing warmly welcomes and thanks all those who have applied for admission to the 2008/09 intake.
Dr. Annette Browne received the College of Registered Nurses of BC Award for Excellence in Nursing research, April 28, 2008.
This month a new crop of nursing graduates transitions from the halls of the School of Nursing into new and exciting ventures. Two of those students are profiled here
The School of Nursing was out in force (over 40 strong) for this year's Vancouver Sun Run April 20th. Our team placed fourth overall in the Education category. Congratulations.
The world premiere of Dream Healer, an opera drawn from the novel Pilgrim by Timothy Findley, was performed March 2-8, 2008 at the Chan Centre, Vancouver.
After a strong competition between five nominated teams, the School of Nursing's IT Team placed second in all of Canada for the 2008 MSDN Code Awards. Congratulations.
Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc has been awarded a CIHR/CPHA Research Chair in Applied Public Health.
The Senate of the university has recently approved a proposal by the School of Nursing to differentiate the Nurse Practitioner master’s degree program from the regular MSN degree.
On September 21st and 22nd, the newly formed Canadian Academy of Health Sciences held its first formal meetings in Vancouver.
Congratulations to Dr. Angela Henderson, Associate Director, Faculty Development, Associate Professor who is the 2006-2007 recipient of the UBC Killam Teaching Prize.
The grand opening of the UBC Health Clinic took place in the first week of March, 2006, signaling UBC’s innovative approach to the practice and education of fully interprofessional primary health care
Dr. Colleen Varcoe, Associate Professor, received the Award for Excellence in Research at the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International.
Dr. Carol Jillings, Associate Professor in the UBC School of Nursing was appointed National Chair of the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada.
The UBC Library has digitized its collection of 159 letters written by Florence Nightingale.
Heather Mass, RN, BN, MSc and Irene Goldstone, RN, BN, MSc, both adjunct professors with the UBC School of Nursing, were presented with Awards of Distinction in Nursing from the CRNBC.
Jo Wearing, one of the School’s adjunct professors, received the Xi Eta Chapter Recognition Award for Excellence in Nursing.
Congratulations to Professor Pam Ratner who was inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Sally Thorne, the 2006 reviewer of the year for the Canadian Journal of Nursing Research.
Professor, Associate Director, Graduate Programs and Research, Dr. Joy Johnson has been appointed the new Scientific Director of the CIHR Institute of Gender and Health.
The 2007 Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Canada Award of Excellence was presented to Cathy in October.
Dr. Maura MacPhee, Assistant Professor, was awarded the prestigious Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education at the OHA Health Achieve 2007 conference November 7th.
The Canadian Association for the History of Nursing welcomed Geertje Boschma, Associate Professor, as its President for the 2007/2008 term.
Dianne Doyle, Adjunct Professor, President and CEO; Providence Health Care, Vancouver, ranks as one of 100 of Canada’s most powerful women as reported by Report on Business.
The UBC Alumni Association recognized a number of alumni November 17 for a variety of work, and Marjorie Ratel was one of them.
Dr. Verna Huffman Splane, honourary professor in the School, received a Doctor of Science, Honoris Causa from the University of Toronto November 12.