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Dean's Report : Faculty of Health Sciences 2016-2017

Queen’s University has, for many decades, been known for its phenomenal student experience. But in recent years, there has been a big collective push to realize our goal for a balanced academy by combining that excellent student experience with an intensified research environment. There is a general appreciation around campus that what’s needed most, notwithstanding increasing challenges in the funding environment, is a redoubled focus on fortifying our research endeavours.

School of Nursing - Strategic Plan 2015-2020

In 2016 the School of Nursing is celebrating the 75th anniversary. The School wasformed in 1941 and has continued to evolve from a sandwich nursing program incollaboration with hospital diploma programs to the full suite of RN programs –entry to practice to PhD. The faculty and staff examined the previous strategic planand realigned the priorities and outcomes to reflect the changes that haveoccurred since 2015. This strategic plan will guide the faculty, staff and students, asthey prepare for accreditation, program approval, and quality assurance in 2020.

Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter | July 24th, 2019

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Shades of grey: Ultrasound imaging of neck arteries helps identify risk of heart attack or stroke, research shows

New research by Dr. Amer Johri, a clinician-scientist at Kingston Health Sciences Centre, shows that non-invasive ultrasound imaging of the major arteries in the neck may hold the key to better treatment of patients with coronary artery disease.

In a recently completed study, Dr. Johri,and his team used 2D ultrasound to look at the carotid arteries of 522 patients at Kingston Health Sciences Centre who also underwent angiograms for symptoms of coronary artery disease.

The researchers wanted to see whether ultrasound images of plaques, or deposits of fat and calcium, in the…Read More

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Come and watch the World Cup Semi Finals with your colleagues in SOM 132A

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Beat the Dean STEP CHALLENGE - July 10th-12th

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Nursing SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)

The SOAR program aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about academic expectations, resources, learning strategies, and common student transition issues, as well as meet upper-year students, tour a residence room, and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Incoming first-year Nursing students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current Nursing students, and tour the Nursing Simulation Lab.

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Teaching and Learning Celebration 2018

Hear about the latest innovative teaching in the Faculty of Health Sciences!

All Welcome | Reception | Networking

Keynote Presentation: Dr. Brian Hodges

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Nursing SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)

Submitted by aw148 on 18 June 2018

The SOAR program aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about academic expectations, resources, learning strategies, and common student transition issues, as well as meet upper-year students, tour a residence room, and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Incoming first-year Nursing students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current Nursing students, and tour the Nursing Simulation Lab.

First Annual Employee Engagement Event

Guest blog by Andrew Willson, Senior Communications Officer, Queen's University Faculty of Health Sciences.

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