Tag archive for ‘Nursing’

UNBSJ nurses lend a hand in nicaragua (Comments Off on UNBSJ nurses lend a hand in nicaragua)

7/26/12 •

Eight third-year nursing students from the University of New Brunswick (Saint John) recently volunteered to provide healthcare assistance in Nicaragua.  When they embarked on their voyage they expected to learn about healthcare in the area, but what Continue reading

Teaching in Tanzania (Comments Off on Teaching in Tanzania)

2/14/11 •

A group of 10 nursing students from the University of New Brunswick got a hands-on experience in the summer of 2009 that was a little more intense than usual. The UNB Saint John students, each then Continue reading

A family-friendly university (Comments Off on A family-friendly university)

2/14/11 •

When it came to deciding where to go after high school, Rebecca McIsaac couldn’t imagine studying anywhere else but the University of New Brunswick.

A world of learning (Comments Off on A world of learning)

11/23/09 •

It may be impossible to determine who benefited more from a recent trip to Africa – the University of New Brunswick students or the children of a tiny village in Malawi.

Honing their skills in Honduras (Comments Off on Honing their skills in Honduras)

7/27/09 •

A job in health care is always challenging – and two respiratory therapy students from the University of New Brunswick are taking on an added challenge.

Improving student health (Comments Off on Improving student health)

7/07/09 •

Research at the University of New Brunswick Saint John campus health centre could have implications on the well-being of university students across Canada.

Beyond hospital walls (Comments Off on Beyond hospital walls)

5/25/09 •

Edith-Rose Cairns tried university 10 years ago, and thought it wasn’t for her – but after several years working in banking in Toronto, she realized that she wanted a career where she could help as many people as she could.