The School of Nursing
The Queen’s School of Nursing has a long history of providing excellent nursing education has developed a strategic plan under the mission “to advance learning and scholarship in the discipline and profession of nursing”
Seven programs are offered in the School; the Baccalaureate of Nursing Science degree program in two patterns – four year and two year (advanced standing track). At the graduate level the School offers a Master of Nursing Science, a Master of Nursing (primary health care nurse practitioner), a Master of Science (Healthcare Quality), a post masters primary health care nurse practitioner diploma, and a PhD.
The research focus of the faculty in the School of Nursing is reflected in the fields of study in the graduate program and supported by the Queen’s Joanna Briggs Collaboration (QJBC) and the Practice and Research in Nursing group (PRN). The Masters programs have three fields: chronic health conditions, primary health care nursing, and transitions in health and illness. The PhD field is transitions in health and illness
In 2016 Queen’s celebrated the 75th anniversary of the School of Nursing. In recognition of this milestone, and with the support of many generous alumni and donors, funds were raised to establish the School of Nursing 75th Anniversary Bursary.
Thank you for your interest and support for the School of Nursing!
Dr. Jennifer Medves
Vice Dean (Health Sciences) and Director of the School of Nursing