Master of Psychiatric Nursing
Are you passionate about Psychiatric Nursing practice?
Do you want to further develop your clinical skills, leadership abilities or teaching talents?
Is career advancement in your future?
The Master of Psychiatric Nursing program at Brandon University is designed for students who are seeking advanced practice roles in psychiatric nursing. The program prepares graduates to be leaders in psychiatric nursing and health care. Graduates will have foundational academic preparation to facilitate advanced knowledge and skills in clinical practice, administration or education, with in-depth focus in one of these streams. Graduates will combine this knowledge with research methodology to critically analyze current practices and contribute to innovation in service delivery and policy development. Graduates will serve as teachers, mentors and role models to promote excellence among students and practitioners. Graduates will demonstrate ability to: engage in reflective practice; anticipate and respond to emerging health and mental health needs; engage in independent practice; and undertake doctoral study.
Your comments, suggestions and questions are welcome. Please contact:
Dr. Renee Robinson, Master of Psychiatric Nursing Program Coordinator, Department of Psychiatric Nursing, Faculty of Health Studies, Brandon University, 270 – 18th St., Brandon, MB R7A 6A9, Phone: (204) 727-9721, Fax: (204) 571-8568, E-Mail: email@example.com
Ms. Wendy Haidey, Office Assistant, Master of Psychiatric Nursing Program, Phone: (204) 571-8569, E-Mail: Haideyw@brandonu.ca