May 28, 2015


Programs & Events


ATTENTION UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Register by tomorrow (May 29, 2015) to secure your opportunity to gain the essential knowledge and skills helpful in launching your career in research!

2015 Launchpad Schedule

If you are a recipient of the Faculty of Nursing Undergraduate Student Summer Research Award, attendance to all sessions is mandatory unless otherwise approved. All students who will not be present to one or more sessions must report absences prior to June 3, 2015.

Lunch will be provided at noon for students and presenters, which will be followed by a 30 minute presentation. Please make use of the time during lunch to network and discuss your research projects (challenges and successes), as well as issues and questions related to the research process. Formal presentations will follow the 1:00 break.

All students are strongly encouraged to participate in the July 29,2015 poster presentation session. Recipients of the Faculty of Nursing Undergraduate Student Summer Research Award / CIHR Health Professional Student Research Award are required to participate.

Please report absences and direct all questions to:

Heather Boyco
Research & Funding Support Coordinator
heather.boyco@ualberta.ca
780.492.6832


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Important Announcements


Attention all faculty and graduate students:

The Unit for Philosophical Nursing Research (uPNR) is requesting suggestions for upcoming “engaging with ideas” lunchtime conversations to be regularly scheduled for the fall and winter terms.

The intention of these conversations is to bring together faculty and graduate students who have an interest in delving into dialogue and round table conversations facilitated by a expert presenter for each session.  Given the current climate of nursing in the political, practice, research, and educational spheres, there are many topics to contemplate.  We would be delighted to hear your suggestions, ideas, and comments in order to begin organizing presenters for these sessions and making the topics relevant for the attending audience.

Please forward suggestions via email to either Drs. Pauline Paul (ppaul@ualberta.ca), Sherry Dahlke (dahlke@ualberta.ca), or Deirdre Jackman (deirdre.jackman@ualberta.ca).


Call for Papers: Clinical Nursing Studies

Call for papers: Vol. 3, No. 3 & Vol. 3, No. 4 of CNS in 2015.  You are invited to consider submitting new papers to our journal.  If you have the befitting manuscripts, please don’t hesitate to submit it by logging into the website or sending it to cns@sciedupress.com. If you have any questions, please contact cns@sciedupress.com.

Mission Statement

Clinical Nursing Studies (PRINT ISSN 2324-7940, ONLINE ISSN 2324-7959) is a peer-reviewed and international nursing journal that focuses on the field of clinical nursing. Strong coverage of ambulatory care, community care, family care, home, hospital, practice, primary and secondary, public health, etc. is provided.  CNS aims to enrich insight into clinical need and implications for nursing intervention and models of service delivery, enhance clinical practice by pinpointing potential clinical applications of the latest research, and encourage the debate on all spheres of nursing and midwifery practice.

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