The Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program is a four-year (or two-year Fast Track) degree that aims to prepare nurses to meet the challenges of health care today and into the future. Our program assists students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to help people achieve and maintain health. Nursing course include, but are not limited to: Developing Therapeutic Relationships, Health Assessment, Health Promotion, Nursing Leadership, Community Health, Advanced Professional Development and nursing Concepts for the care of women and the childbearing family, adolescents and middle and older adults.
This is a four-year basic nursing education program or a two-year fast track program which prepares nurses to meet the challenges of health care today and into the 21st century. Students graduate from this program with a Bachelor of Nursing Degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Nurses comprise the largest group of health care professionals in Canada. They make daily decisions that require a balance of ethical and clinical judgment skills. The men and women who choose this dynamic career find themselves in a field that encourages personal and professional reflection and self evaluation. Nursing students are presented the opportunity to provide wellness education, as well as develop and utilize the critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary to respond to health care crises.
To find out more information about the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program visit out web sites:
or contact the:
Consortium Office - (709) 737-6871