Thursday, March 7 and Thursday, May 9
7:00pm - 8:30pm
UBC School of Nursing
Room G279 - UBC Acute Care Hospital
Ground Floor (beside Cafeteria)
2211 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 2B5
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org (please include the number of people attending the session)
For overview of information session click here.
Serving those in need in their most vulnerable state is a privilege the UBC School of Nursing does not take lightly. Our students are exposed to the latest technology, encouraged by leading academic scholars and teachers and provided with a broad range of resources. Our School has an international reputation for research and scholarship and a vision characterized by social relevance and excellence.
You will learn from faculty members who are continually recognized for ground-breaking and dedicated work to the field of nursing. To view some of the School's latest accomplishments visit Honours and Distinctions.
As a professional nurse, and a graduate of our program, you will be well-equipped to offer excellent service and garner high satisfaction from your new role. Some of our graduates maintain their high level of skilled practice in acute care settings. Others contribute to Canadian health education with research in oncology, geriatrics or with disadvantaged populations in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Still others move into leadership roles, pushing the boundaries of nursing care in hospitals, agencies, extended care and other institutions. Each day is anything but routine!
The UBC School of Nursing was established in 1919, has an international reputation for research and scholarship and a vision characterized by social relevance and excellence. It has first-rate faculty as well as strong relationships with partners, providing a broad range of resources to enhance the educational enterprise. Read more about the history of the UBC School of Nursing and Nursing’s history in Canada here.