Continuing Education has wrapped up the first class of its health informatics program.
The University of Windsor is donating disposable gowns, gloves, masks, and other supplies to frontline hospital staff testing for the COVID-19 virus.
Two members of the UWindsor faculty will be among the presenters at a conference on teaching and learning in the digital age, Oct. 8 to 10 in Toronto.
The Great Faculty Soup-off brought together faculty, staff, and students for charity, Wednesday in the student centre.
A reception Tuesday honoured high-achieving nursing students.
The UWindsor Faculty of Nursing looks forward to welcoming its first PhD students in the fall, says dean Linda Patrick.
The new degree program, focused on health outcomes and health services research, will combine coursework, comprehensive exams and a dissertation. It will prepare its graduates to assume leadership roles in academic and practice settings.
“Our PhD program will engage candidates in research and scholarly activities that will ready them for policy development as well as the design and delivery of patient care,” Dr. Patrick says.
Accreditation by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing is a testament to the continued quality of the UWindsor BScN program and its faculty, students and graduates.
UWindsor Faculty of Nursing sessional instructor wins Lois Fairley Community Service Nursing Award