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We are committed to sharing our knowledge and experience with students to help them become skilled, adaptable, compassionate and career ready graduates. Our faculty experts reinforce excellence and a commitment to social justice and transformation as students train to work across a range of careers in the healthcare field. Teaching and learning is student-centred with emphasis on technological innovation, diversity and integrated community and clinical collaborations. State-of-the-art facilities enhance learning giving students a solid foundation for field placement experience.

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Transfer Student Video - School of Health Sciences

Transfer Student Video - School of Health Sciences

PSW Students - Cooking Lab Exercise

PSW Students - Cooking Lab Exercise

Health Sciences Personal Support Worker with Norma Frost

Health Sciences Personal Support Worker with Norma Frost

Research News

Simulating Real-Life Emergencies

Emergency nursing and paramedic students tackled clinical similations, as well as several other situations that may be experienced on the job during Interprofessional Trauma Day.

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Humber's Guatemala Experience

For over 10 days, students in Humber’s School of Health Sciences conducted health assessments and provided care to almost 300 children living in under-resourced communities in Guatemala.

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Natural Playground

"Bringing Nature to Life: Creating an Early Childhood Research Facility at Humber College"

Humber faculty member Bridget Woodcock and Adam Bienenstock, CEO of Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds, discuss their CONII and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation funded research project.

Highlight on Scholars' Hall

Humber News - a story on Scholars' Hall.  

Nurses of Ubuntu Photo Exhibit

Nursing Students in the School of Health Sciences have been exploring concepts of cultural awakening and civic engagement by traveling to Tanzania and Jamaica and working with local communities. The work exhibited captures the experiences of the nursing students as they encounter togetherness, honour compassion, allow tolerance and propagate harmony.

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