Support Queen's Health Sciences on our transformational journey towards Radical Collaboration in preparing the next generation of health scientists, partnering to improve health in regional communities and driving world-renowned research that answers the most pressing questions in health sciences.
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Queen's Health Sciences is reimagining health sciences education, research, and patient care – and your support is crucial. Our focus on interdisciplinary science and interprofessional education will improve health systems, quality of care, and…Learn more
Support innovative clinical placements that serve the Kingston community
Clinical placements are a crucial aspect of the learning experience for occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) students. By providing students with the opportunity to explore clinical settings and build their confidence, these…Learn more
Support innovative education through simulation
Starting an IV, suturing, inserting a catheter, or even learning how to resuscitate a trauma patient: students in health sciences must master a wide array of core skills as they work to become the best clinicians they can be.
At Queen’s…Learn more
Support Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in FHS Curriculum, Events, and Opportunities
Advancing equity, diversity, inclusion, Indigeneity, and accessibility (EDIIA) within health sciences education creates opportunities for marginalized students to access and succeed in careers previously closed to them. It addresses the many ways…Learn more
Support School of Nursing Graduate Students
Graduate students in the School of Nursing are working on some of the most creative and impactful research in Queen’s Health Sciences. Here’s one example:
Polypharmacy is the use of five or more medications—a common phenomenon in the…Learn more
Support health research at Queen’s
As Queen’s Health Sciences (QHS) delivers on its ambitious plan for Radical Collaboration, interdisciplinary research will become a core focus. QHS researchers and centres will shift…Learn more
Help Queen’s Catalyze Our Global Health Research Impact
If nothing else, the COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that there are immense disparities in healthcare accessibility and quality of care in countries and regions worldwide. Queen’s University researchers have been working with partners in low…Learn more
Support Ongoing Excellence in Medical Education
Queen’s Health Sciences prides itself on offering med students an excellent education. In a contemporary context, providing high-quality education requires more than access to peer-reviewed literature and experienced instructors. For example,…Learn more
Support Nursing Students working in Northern Canada
Queen’s School of Nursing graduate Shalisa Barton was transformed by her experience working in the north in her fourth year of studies. Shalisa is an Indigenous woman who is interested in incorporating more humanity into her role as a nurse. When…Learn more
Support Mental Health Resources for Nursing Students
Though nursing is a profession that requires a great amount of empathy and care for the physical and mental wellbeing of vulnerable patients, it can be easy to forget that nurses and nursing students are often also in need of similar attention.…Learn more
Improve access to medical education
For many, the cost of education can be a significant barrier to accessing medical school. Finances play a large part in the pre- and post- admissions process.
MD Candidate Sloane Kowal is one…Learn more
Support Rehabilitation Therapy Graduate Students
When we think of important research discoveries within academia, we too often imagine only faculty members behind them. Though this is frequently the case, graduate students also bring groundbreaking innovations to their fields. This is…Learn more
Rehabilitation Therapy research that supports people across the healthcare system
When we think of those who benefit from research in rehabilitation therapy, patients in recovery are usually front of mind. However, there is another group of people who need support—their caregivers.
The partnership came together when Dr…Learn more