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Feature: Nursing Week 2020

Eight faculty honoured for teaching excellence

Eight faculty honoured for teaching excellence

Eight exceptional faculty members have been awarded Western’s highest honours for leading and inspiring their students. Collectively and individually, they exemplify the heart of excellence in teaching – and their influence has stretched across fac …

Nursing thesis tops September downloads

Nursing thesis tops September downloads

According to the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Western’s Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository had 38,534 full-text downloads and 162 new submissions posted in September. The five most popular theses were: Barriers to Education in Homeless...

Nursing professor, student honoured for work

Nursing professor, student honoured for work

Western Nursing professor Richard Booth and Nursing student Mia Biondi have been named among the 2014 winners of the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing (COUPN) annual awards.

Western faculty earn top university distinctions

Western’s latest honorees of Distinguished University Professorships (DUP) join a select group of faculty members recognized for exceptional scholarly careers. Honoured this year with the university’s top award for faculty are Jeremy McNeil, Biology; Cheryl Forchuk, Nursing; and Michael Rieder, Paediatrics, Medicine, and Physiology & Pharmacology.

Research turns attention to family care

Research turns attention to family care

Canada needs to rethink how it manages the role of formal care, as opposed to family care, for dementia patients in order to avoid caregiver burnout, one Western Nursing professor contends.

Clinical education bring ‘real world’ into the classroom

Joanne McDonald spends her days being cared for by students at Western’s Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing. They check her vital signs, administer her medication, bathe and feed her, and even change her mastectomy dressings.

Nursing finds lessons in the community

A partnership between Western’s Nursing program and Minto Properties, a company that owns and manages London’s Cherryhill Village Mall and its adjacent residential buildings, is proving mutually beneficial.

2011-12 Awards for Excellence in Teaching

EDWARD G. PLEVA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING CAROL McWILLIAM Arthur Labatt School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences Carol McWilliam has multiplied her impact through hundreds of consultations with colleges and universities, hospitals and health-care...

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

The economic costs for women who leave an abusive partner do not end once they walk out the door. In fact, the ongoing costs in Canada equal a staggering $6.9 billion annually.

New London clinic has strong Western roots

New London clinic has strong Western roots

A new nurse practitioner-led clinic in London, opening this fall, will bring peace of mind to the 3,200 more people who will be able to access health care closer to home.

Nursing prof secures $1.35M CIHR grant

Nursing prof secures $1.35M CIHR grant

A Canadian Institutes of Health Research grant valued at $1,371,511 over five years has been awarded to Nursing professor Helene Berman and her team.

Nursing thesis tops September downloads

Nursing thesis tops September downloads

According to the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Western’s Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository had 38,534 full-text downloads and 162 new submissions posted in September. The five most popular theses were: Barriers to Education in Homeless...

Nursing professor, student honoured for work

Nursing professor, student honoured for work

Western Nursing professor Richard Booth and Nursing student Mia Biondi have been named among the 2014 winners of the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing (COUPN) annual awards.

Western faculty earn top university distinctions

Western’s latest honorees of Distinguished University Professorships (DUP) join a select group of faculty members recognized for exceptional scholarly careers. Honoured this year with the university’s top award for faculty are Jeremy McNeil, Biology; Cheryl Forchuk, Nursing; and Michael Rieder, Paediatrics, Medicine, and Physiology & Pharmacology.

Research turns attention to family care

Research turns attention to family care

Canada needs to rethink how it manages the role of formal care, as opposed to family care, for dementia patients in order to avoid caregiver burnout, one Western Nursing professor contends.

Clinical education bring ‘real world’ into the classroom

Joanne McDonald spends her days being cared for by students at Western’s Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing. They check her vital signs, administer her medication, bathe and feed her, and even change her mastectomy dressings.

Nursing finds lessons in the community

A partnership between Western’s Nursing program and Minto Properties, a company that owns and manages London’s Cherryhill Village Mall and its adjacent residential buildings, is proving mutually beneficial.

2011-12 Awards for Excellence in Teaching

EDWARD G. PLEVA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING CAROL McWILLIAM Arthur Labatt School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences Carol McWilliam has multiplied her impact through hundreds of consultations with colleges and universities, hospitals and health-care...

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

Tally for violence ‘shocking’

The economic costs for women who leave an abusive partner do not end once they walk out the door. In fact, the ongoing costs in Canada equal a staggering $6.9 billion annually.

New London clinic has strong Western roots

New London clinic has strong Western roots

A new nurse practitioner-led clinic in London, opening this fall, will bring peace of mind to the 3,200 more people who will be able to access health care closer to home.

Nursing prof secures $1.35M CIHR grant

Nursing prof secures $1.35M CIHR grant

A Canadian Institutes of Health Research grant valued at $1,371,511 over five years has been awarded to Nursing professor Helene Berman and her team.