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.
Reduction of sedentary lifestyle consequences, such as heart disease, is a traditionally understood benefit of exercise; however, the nervous system is also advantaged.
Increasingly, nursing faculty working in previously non-research intensive teaching and learning institutions are encouraged or required to engage in scholarship activities of discovery and applied research.
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.
"Bringing Nature to Life: Creating an Early Childhood Research Facility at Humber College"
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.
We, in the CICE Program, are proud to share with you that 2 CICE students are one of the 9 recipients of the New Venture Seed Fund for 2014.
Emergency room nurses and paramedics work together on a daily basis as patients are transferred from pre-hospital to emergency department care...