Graduates Achieve Outstanding Success on National Examinations in 2008!

In 2008, graduates of the Psychiatric Nursing and Nursing Departments of the School of Health Studies achieved a 97-98‰ success rate on their first attempt at national registration examinations. Dr. Dean Care, Dean of Health Studies is proud of the graduates and says: “This is an outstanding achievement. It is a testament to the quality […]

Dr. Kathryn Hyndman receives CRCRI Research Award

Congratulations to Dr. Kathryn Hyndman on receiving $14,500.00 from the Canadian Tobacco Control Research Initiative for her project entitled, “Research Planning Grant: A Survey of Health Professional Student Training in Tobacco Reduction Counselling on the Canadian Prairies”. Research team consists of: Dr. Kathryn Hyndman, (Principal Applicant), Brandon University. Co-Applicants: Mr. Marino Francispillai, Alberta Cancer Board; […]

SHS Research Affiliates with the MCNHR

The School of Health Studies is pleased to announce that Dr. Renee Robinson, Dr. Kathryn Hyndman and Dr. Dean Care have been appointed as Research Affiliates with the newly restructured Manitoba Centre for Nursing and Health Research (formerly the Manitoba Nursing Research Institute). The MCNHR operates within the Faculty of Nursing at the University of […]

Career Opportunities in the School of Health Studies

The School of Health Studies is currently accepting applications for two Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) positions and two Instructional Associate positions in the Department of Psychiatric Nursing. The B.Sc.P.N. program is delivered in both Brandon and Winnipeg and positions are available at both sites. Please go to our website at https://www.brandonu.ca/ jobs/ faculty.asp for more details.

New Course in Nutrition and Health Promotion Offered

BRANDON, MB – Brandon University’s School of Health Studies is pleased to announce a new course offering this spring in Nutrition and Health Promotion. The new course will run May 4 to June 15 from 6:30 PM. to 9:30 PM. on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Nutrition and Health Promotion (71.197) has been designed for students […]

School of Health Studies Welcomes the First Nations and Aboriginal Counseling Program

On June 9, 2009, the Senate of Brandon University approved that the First Nations and Aboriginal Counseling (FNAC) program be situated within the School of Health Studies. This move was one of the recommendations put forward by an External Review Committee team that evaluated the FNAC program earlier this year. The First Nations and Aboriginal […]

Health Studies Programs Receive Approval

This summer the School of Health Studies at Brandon University received approval for both its nursing programs. The College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of Manitoba granted approval for the Bachelor of Psychiatric Nursing program until the spring of 2013. The Board of Directors congratulated the program for its significant work during the last few years […]

Champions of Student Learning 2009 – Psychiatric Nursing Department

The School of Health Studies’ Psychiatric Nursing program recognizes the important role that clinical partners play in student learning and thank them for the continued professional working relationship with nurses, health care professionals and facilities. This past year, 140 health care professionals acted as Preceptors. Each received a personal thank you letter from the Dean […]

Champions of Student Learning 2009 – Nursing Department

The School of Health Studies’ Nursing program recognizes the important role that clinical partners play in student learning and thank them for the continued professional working relationship with nurses, health care professionals and facilities. This past year, 128 nurses acted as Preceptors and Mentors. Each contributed greatly to student clinical experiences. A personal thank you […]

New Admission Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing (B.Sc.P.N.)

New admission requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing (B.Sc.P.N.) have been approved by Brandon University Senate to be effective September 1, 2010. All students are required to complete tPre-Psychiatric Nursing Year and apply to Year II of the Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing program on the basis of that year. Please […]

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