NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Happy Sunday Graduates!

In this weeks newsletter, prepare to be dazzled by this weeks BRIDGING THE GAP event being held THIS WEDNESDAY!

Learn about the dangers of hospital acquired infection, discover the epic experience of academic integrity, and gaze upon the opportunity of working with disadvantaged youth this summer in the wilderness setting of Algonquin Park!

This and so much more awaits you through the PDF file below. Click it, and you will be forever changed.

January 25th 2015

 

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

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Take a look at this week’s newsletter! January 18th 2015 Newsletter

- Flu Vaccines

- Ebola Cases

- Nurses and CAM

- Nurses choices in clinical field in early career

- Exploring Family Homelessness

- Pediatric Palliative Care Research Rounds on January 28th!

and much more!

Cheers

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

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Hey everyone and welcome to the new year! We have a number of important updates in our newsletter this week so take the time, fulfill your new years resolution to read the NGSA Newsletter every week and take a look! January 11th 2015 Newsletter

1) Global Health Conference registration! Sign up today for this Friday! Limited spots!

2) CFS Referendum the 15th and 16th. Get out and vote!

3) To ensure that graduates are able to go to both events, the Bridging the Gap event will be postponed so that those who wish to go to the global health conference can.

The new date for Bridging the Gap is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday January 28th from 1730 to 1930 but we will confirm as the date approaches.

4) Teacher assistant opportunities!

AND SO MUCH MORE!

Cheers

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

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December 1st 2014 Newsletter

Once upon a time there was a newsletter.

It crept into the mail of students all across the land.

While they studied their textbooks

redbull in hand.

 

Many stories and thoughts scattered it’s pages

but so few students saw it

for fear of not getting aces.

 

And so the woeful newsletter

alone and forlorn in it’s box

said

“Won’t you read me?”

“I don’t want to be lost”.

 

So won’t you make this a holiday night?

To take some time aside

and forgive us this poor rhyme

Read our newsletter.

 

Pretty please?

 

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

Last one this semester! Enjoy!

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Hello everyone and welcome to the November 23rd 2014 Newsletter!

It’s been a quiet week in the presses but that doesn’t mean we don’t have some interesting stuff for you!

In this weeks edition you can find the following:

1) DID SOMEONE SAY BAKE SALE???

2) How people who were born after thalidomide administration are coping today.

3) Family integrated care in the NICU

4) Mental health services at McGill

5) The McGill Interprofessional Global Health Course is open for registration!

6) Surgical Global Health Committee is looking for a nurse!

7) Socks for the Homeless

 

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

Bonus: Studies show that your favourite kind of cookie makes you happy!

NGSA Weekly Newsletter

Hello wonderful nurses and nurses-to-be! Click November 16th 2014 Newsletter!

This weeks newsletter has some fascinating articles on new MS treatments out of Ottawa. I recommend you take a look as it has some promising potential.

In other news, we’ve got an upcoming DE qualifying year info session, an open house at the new Glen for ICU and Emergency, and some information on the latest survey that was sent out to newly admitted students at the Ingram School of Nursing.

So lay back, grab your favorite PDF reader, and relax with some fresh and new NGSA Newsletter material!

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration

 

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Hey everyone and welcome to this weeks NGSA newsletter! November 9th 2014 Newsletter

1) The Grad Committee for the 2015 grads is going to run an AUCTION! If you have resources or contacts that would help them, give them a shout at nursingradcommittee2014@gmail.com

2) Extra extra! Read all about it! Externs being hired at CHUS!

3) It’s a bird! No it’s a plane! NO! It’s ANGELLA LAMBROU local superstar librarian! She’s coming to Wilson Hall Student lounge near you on November 11th!

4) In other news; therapeutic lying contributed to a health care review of IVF practices in Quebec. 

5) The weather is cold and getting colder. Please look through your home and donate clean socks to the homeless. There is a box in the Research Unit where they will be collected.

But actually, having clean dry socks can make massive difference. As referenced in earlier editions, not having clean dry feet contributes to some of the most prevalent biomedical issues that people who experience homelessness face.

Take and make the time to address this if you are able to.

Cheers!

Eric Shamy-Smith

VP Administration