The Scholar Practitioner Program is an innovative second degree nursing program for university graduates who would like to pursue nursing at the BScN level. It also offers a way to become a nurse that is highly learner centred and responsive to changes in contemporary health care. The premise of the program is that nurses need to be clinically competent and theoretically sound thinkers as developing "scholar practitioners." This program prepares graduates to carry out knowledge work in a holistic healing relationship, to serve individuals and larger communities at home and internationally, and to generate new forms of knowledge to support inter-professional health-care practice.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN)
The program location is as follows:
750 Dundas Street West, room 201
Toronto, Ontario M6J 3S3
Co-learner students are matched to one of three core affiliate health care agencies upon program admission. Additional affiliate organizations, as available, are utilized throughout the program curriculum.
Information on the background of this innovative program.
Required for students with a positive TB skin test result
Handbook is to assist in understanding more fully the policies, practices, and procedures of the School of Nursing.
SPP preceptors contribute greatly to the overall growth, development and education of future nurses in a most unique individualized learning environment.
Nursing students who have a permanent Toronto address (postal code begins with ‘M’) must complete a Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) with the Toronto Police Service (TPS).
For any adverse event please complete the following incident form including the student reflection and learning questions.
Request form for Official School of Nursing Credential Assessment.
Students are responsible for all associated costs and expenses incurred for application to or while enrolled within any Nursing program.
These may include, but are not limited to, the following: BCLS-HCP CPR certification, criminal reference check/vulnerable sector screening clearance, mask-fit testing, required lab/practicum equipment and/or supplies, licensure preparatory requirements, transportation to and from any theoretical and/or practicum course placement, etc.
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After graduation, you will be eligible to write the national licensing exam. Upon successful licensure, you will enter a rewarding profession of endless opportunity within health care.
Graduates of the Nipissing University School of Nursing commence their nursing careers within local, national and international health care delivery environments. Many excel in their careers to become leaders in nursing and health care organizations.
Nipissing takes pride in knowing that, as a graduate of the nursing program, you will be equipped with the required nursing knowledge, skills, and competencies that you will need to meet your goals. You will be well positioned to work within the many domains of nursing such as public health, community and hospital nursing, health education, and case management. You may also consider future directions in academic or research institutions, furthering your education with graduate studies, or starting your career in today’s complex health care system, research-related jobs,or administration. Whatever career path you choose, Nipissing will have prepared you for a rewarding and challenging experience