Celebrating Nursing Alumni 1974-2019
To mark our 50th year as a nursing school in 2019, we released a colourful booklet that looks at the inspiring leadership, history and achievements of the Faculty of Nursing Alumni over the years.
This book would not have come together without the committed work of Janice Arbour (BN’88), Arlene Johnston (BN’79, MEd’81) and Lorraine Watson (BN’79, MEd’81, PhD’91) who searched archives, scoured their own notes (and memories) and canvassed former Alumni Committee members for their recollections.
Enjoy this slice of history and take pride in your place within it.
Alumni nurse works in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and remote nursing stations up in northern Canada
Alida Fernhout, BN’04 loves the variety and flexibility in her nursing career and humanitarian work that have taken her abroad to Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan
Class of 2023: Growing number of grads cross convocation stage after completing Graduate Certificates in Advance Nursing
Flexibility of certificate program allows more nurses to acquire specialized skills
Paula Mickelson says more education is needed around the Critical Care Pain Observation Tool
Cindy Myo brings new skills gained from graduate certificates into her acute care practice as Edmonton RN
Faculty of Nursing provides ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) free of charge to faculty, staff and students
Amanda Loates, BA’04, BN’10, MEd’23, returns to her alma mater to support mental health and wellness at the Faculty of Nursing